If you have been following me on social media you may know about the downsizing in my life and becoming an empty nester this fall. Grab a cup of coffee and join me and I’ll share the exciting plans for our lives as our downsizing story is revealed and what is ahead for our lives at we hit the Road for a sabbatical.
These are the things I know you will love and want to buy for yourself this Christmas, or give to a friend or family this season. Have fun trying My Favorite Things.
Make some crafts with the grandkids or the nieces and nephews. Maybe you’re a mom and want something fun to do with the kids this Christmas. Pull up your chair to my table and I’ll share three Christmas Crafts with Kids.
I have walked where Jesus walked and have seen the landscapes of the bible. My eyes have seen and my mind now comprehends what things were like in the scriptures. It’s as if I now see the Bible in 3D. Reading the bible will never be the same. Have a seat at my table and I’ll tell you why going on a Holy Land/Israel tour should be on your bucket list.
My family and I love Thai pizza. I’ll share how we make Thai pizza at home so you can enjoy it around your own table.
In some seasons life moves at a frantic pace. For some, time lends itself to enjoy the seasons. Today I am sharing some frozen foods/meals you can make ahead for those in the busy season of life. Meals and Recipes for college students, elderly and families.
Decorating with pumpkins, eating pumpkin dishes or carving a pumpkin, you can’t think of October without Pumpkins. Let’s talk pumpkins…
This new picture book, Sissy Goes Tiny, by Minnesota authors will have you and your kids thinking about your stuff and what it means to own fewer things and live tiny.
The gals want to plan a day out together and don’t know where to go? Take my lead and spend your next Gals day out in Lindstrom, MN. Stepping into this town is a taste of Scandinavia with their designs throughout the town and the coffee pot water tower. Join me on a tour.
It is back to school time for college and school-age kids. We send them out the door each day and…