Week 48 & 49 [2021]

Man, I can’t believe we’ve only got a few more weeks in the year! Here’s the run down for Nov. 29-Dec. 12, 2021. Still finding tomatoes in the garden! Alex has been enjoying doing puzzles in front of the tv. We went to the tree farm and it started pouring down when we got there. …

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iSpy #49

sparkles starts with J J is for Jewelry. These are all my Christmas earrings that I put on my earring rack just for this month. lit Christmas tree is lit, of course! used I had a difficult time figuring out what to capture for used, but as I was going through and making peanut butter …

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Monthly Digest – November 2021

I’m really behind with this post, but I didn’t just not want to post it. LIFE Happenings Week 44 Week 45 Week 46 & 47 Loving that we got the shelving done in our kitchen! Happy with the way Auburn played against Bama. What an epic game! We still didn’t win, but we played our …

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iSpy #48

starts with U Katniss likes to sleep under the tree in front of where I park. red Holly bushes outside my office small building Target Bullseye’s Section find sweet Pecan Pie bites leftover from Thanksgiving. So yummy! your choice I’m amazed that a couple of my tomato plants have survived the night or tow of …

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Currently – December 2021

Y’all how is it December?!?! I’m still in disbelief that were in the midst of the Advent season. Here’s my Currently post for December. decorating This last weekend Alex and I pulled down all the Christmas bins. I decorated. We will get our Christmas tree this weekend, but I’m happy to have this part done. …

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Week 46 & 47 [2021]

The week before Thanksgiving wasn’t too crazy. Look at this adorable Gnome I got from Walmart dot com by accident. Put it in my cart on the Walmart app and when I went to put my pickup order in I accidentally pressed buy from both carts or something. I realized it a few minutes after …

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iSpy #47

Hey guys! For all of those who celebrated Thanksgiving this last week, you can probably understand why I’m just now getting this post up. Regardless, I hope everyone had a great week. festivities I made a Thanksgiving punch for the Thanksgiving Festivities. food I always order my groceries for pick up at Walmart. I accidentally …

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Traditional Holiday Recipes

When you are getting ready for the holidays, one of the first things that comes to mind is the food. What are types of dishes do you think of when it comes to the holidays? Here’s 3 traditional recipe ideas… Roast Turkey Most people think of turkey when it comes to a traditional holiday meat! …

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YouTube Channel Favorites – Summer 2021

This is my 3rd rundown of what I watched on YouTube over the summer so like June through September. What are your favorite YouTube channels? Homesteading/Gardening Whispering Willow Farm 49.3K subscribers – 254 videos Justin Rhodes 899K subscribers – 1,979 videos Roots and Refuge Farm 486K subscribers – 949 Videos The Hollar Homestead119K subscribers – …

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iSpy #46

house – (fall or current season) quarterly pic brown stitch architectural your choice You are invited to the Inlinkz link party! Click here to enter I’d love you to join along with us next week! Challenge yourself this week to step out of your comfort zone. Get low, go high, change your angle, get close, …

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Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up

If you’re like me you’re busy planning what you’re going bring or serve for Thanksgiving. I thought it would be fun to gather up some Thanksgiving recipes. What are your go to Thanksgiving recipes? Appetizers Spinach Artichoke Dip Thanksgiving Charcuterie Boards Spicy Bacon Wrapped Pineapple Bites 15 Minute Candied Spiced Nuts Crockpot Honey Garlic Lil’ …

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Week 45 [2021] Kitchen Project Done!

This last week I was happy to finally finish up this wall in our breakfast area that’s attached to the kitchen. If you remember, back in January we got this new sideboard table and when we moved the old microwave stand we discovered lots of wall issues! Here is how it’s looked since then. Till …

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Cajun Gravy (Copycat Popeye’s)

Tired of that powdered gravy mix? This recipe takes just a little bit of time to make, but it is SO worth it. This is a Cajun Gravy Copycat Popeye’s recipes and it is amazing! Servings: Plenty Prep Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 30 minutes Ingredients: 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 2 tablespoons minced green bell …

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iSpy #45

selfie quarterly pic starts with letter H H is for Happy birthday to my coworker Mrs. Patti! paper My favorite note paper. trim These leaves are trimmed with green. your choice You are invited to the Inlinkz link party! Click here to enter I’d love you to join along with us next week! Challenge yourself …

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Honey Baked Ham

Many years ago, I decided to start a new tradition. I’ve probably talked about this before, but I finally have a half way decent photo to share. Anyway, on Christmas Eve we always go to church that afternoon or evening and then the boys would come home and open their 1st gift which was always …

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4 Ways To Enjoy Your Vacation

Your vacation is just around the corner and you’re probably looking forward to some relaxing downtime with your family. There are many ways to enjoy your vacation, whether you’re on a tropical island or taking in some popular attractions. Don’t limit yourself to just one activity during your vacation! With all the time off, why …

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Week 44 [2021]

Happy November! Just 2 full weeks until Thanksgiving week! Do you have your turkey yet? The Braves won the World Series! So exciting! We had really hoped they’d win Sunday night when they were still home, but they ended up losing that game and then having to fly back to Houston. One day I was …

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Tips for Moving To A New State

If you’re an American, then it’s highly likely that you’re the descendent of people who decided to move. They may have been in Europe, Asia, or elsewhere originally, but they decided to pack up their bags and head to a new country. While people move less than they did in the past, the truth is …

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iSpy #44

vintage I believe this is my Grandmother’s bracelet that I think it quite a vintage style. seasonal These flowers are seasonal. They bloom every fall and I think they are so pretty. I think these are Camellias. zigzag My Grandmother’s pinking sheers create a zigzag pattern. collect I collected more tomatoes just this week. Hard …

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How To Manage Stress More Productively

Let’s face it, it’s pretty hard to have a stress free life where you encounter no anxiety or anger promoting scenarios or situations. An average day can be riddled with struggles and strains that can cause you to feel fatigued, overwhelmed, and generally a little down in the dumps to say the very least. Fortunately …

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