The Western diet stare.

“The greatest enemy of all is considered he who tells the truth” Plato, The Republic Repost once again 10/31/2021- This article was from years ago. Before the pandemic, before the riots, the chaos, and fear of what the world is going through right now. Once in awhile when I am cleaning out my spam here…

 To be a father.

  “ A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society.” Billy Graham Just wanted to give a BIG THANK YOU to all those men out there who father and mentor children of all ages. And an especially big THANK YOU to…

ASD Table time crafts- pretend play

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. Benjamin Franklin   Trigger warning, this post might trigger some educational professionals. Just my personal opinion and experiences with the educational system here in our country. I know there are exceptional teachers out there and if you are one of…

  A road trip to the country.

  “A little bit of country is good for the soul.”   We are so happy to finally have a truck. Remember the accident my husband was in a couple months ago? Everyone was okay and that is the most important part and now we have a vehicle to drive up north with. The day…

“ Summer is coming” -hiking an Arizona desert

  Repost- This one holds the spot of number 4 in most popular posts of mine. I wrote this up after watching Game of Thrones one weekend, so I had Game of Thrones on the brain. Sometimes this will happen, the things we are dealing with or experiencing will show up in our art or…

 An Easter egg hunt in Tuscany and one DIY project- Yarn eggs

It is that time of year again…egg decorating. There are so many beautiful designs out there sometimes it is hard to choose one to try. This reminds me of the time my husband and I were visiting family in Italy one Easter. Our daughter was still a baby but old enough to show interest in…

Quick trip to Our Little Red House

Time to start thinking about winter so we headed up north to get things ready for the Winter season coming up. We had some weeds to clear out and I was happy to see some purple morning glories still hanging around our old fence. They will be gone soon but the apple trees in town…

DIY’s from the 1920’s…rock house magazine part 5

This was the cool part when I looked through this magazine, the fact that even back in the 1920’s they did crafts. More so in fact, since there were no other distractions like we have today. Also things were harder to come by so you had to either figure out how to make something yourself or…