Robin

  One of my favorite things to do is to serve my family nutritious and yummy food. Since discovering we had food allergies and celiac disease, I’ve had to learn over the years what that means for my family. I’m sharing one of our favorite recipes for muffins – lemon blueberry. This recipe calls for […]

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  With Easter coming up I wanted to share one of our family’s favorite cakes – Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Carrot Cake. It’s so moist and delicious. I’ve served it to many guests and they can’t believe it’s gluten-free. This would make a great addition to your Easter dinner, birthdays, bridal showers, or even wedding receptions! I […]

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Last fall a group of women from my church started going through “The Excellent Wife” and “The Excellent Wife Study Guide” by Martha Peace together. It’s the fourth time that I’ve gone through this book and every time I have been both convicted and encouraged. It’s a book that can be studied by yourself or […]

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Christmas carols, sharing the real meaning of Christmas, twinkle lights, family gatherings, making memories together in the kitchen whipping up yummy Christmas treats. These are a few of the things that make Christmas time so special. One thing that we look forward to as family at Christmas time is making decorations – anything from stringing […]

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One of the hardest things over the past several years for many of us has been keeping our budgets in order, being intentional with our income, and trying to build a savings. With so many businesses taking a down turn and the economy still so stagnant, it can seem, well, almost hopeless. If you’re like […]

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Planting Garlic

by Robin on September 18, 2015 in Activities, Food, Gardening, Industry

As the weather starts turning cooler it’s a perfect time to plant some bulbs in your garden for next year’s harvest. Most of the time I think of fall planting as the time to plant tulip bulbs. However, last fall I planted garlic bulbs and was so excited at how easy it was and what […]

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Felt Letters

by Robin on August 24, 2015 in Creativity, Homeschooling, Sewing

Lately I have been making felt letters for a some little friends of mine. I think they will be wonderful learning toys and fun to play with. The pattern  is FREE and you can download it at PurlBee. These letters would make a great sewing project to do with your children and they are super […]

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A year ago we took cuttings from these hedges to use as centerpieces at a dear friend’s wedding. Her original plan for flowers wasn’t working out, and God’s perfect timing provided the blooming spirea shrubs in our yard. As they bloomed, God provided the answer to last-minute flower troubles – and a reminder to trust […]

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