Back-to-Homeschool Mama Gift Bag 2022

My neighbor decided to start her first year of homeschooling this year. Her daughter is entering 7th grade. She is feeling a bit apprehensive so I made her a little gift bag of encouragement. I found a cute canvas teacher tote bag with a tassel at TJ Maxx on clearance for $4. I filled the … Continue reading Back-to-Homeschool Mama Gift Bag 2022

Children’s Entrepreneur Fair

My kiddos were absolutely thrilled about the opportunity to participate in a Children’s Entrepreneur Fair. They’ve been working hard for the past few months making hand loom knit hats in 3 sizes. They finished a total of 36 hats for the fair. Parents were not allowed to help make the products for the event and … Continue reading Children’s Entrepreneur Fair

4th of July Charcuterie

Again, not technically a charcuterie since there is no meat, but such a fun snack board. Happy 4th of July friends!

Canada 🇨🇦 Day Charcuterie

I think, technically, to be a charcuterie, the board has to have meat and cheese. We did a sweet board and 2 savory boards, none of them have meat. Oh well, I still like calling them charcuterie because I practiced pronouncing the word so much! How to pronounce charcuterie Our friends invited us to their … Continue reading Canada 🇨🇦 Day Charcuterie

Thank You to 365 Followers!

I’m always flattered (and a bit surprised) when someone finds my blog, and then finds it interesting enough to follow! Thank you followers for following! And now we’ve got as many followers as there are days in a year. How fun is that!? I started this thing right after we lost our home in the … Continue reading Thank You to 365 Followers!

Happy Mother’s Day to Me

Found this 8ft bookshelf at Idaho Youth Ranch thrift store for $70. Found the ladder (which is hinged and folds into a chair) at Deseret Industries thrift store for $40. Finally having a place to put my book collection - priceless! Update 5/12/22: Since setting up our home library with 2 bookcases, the one shown … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day to Me

Selling at a Homeschool Curriculum Sale

Against my husband’s better judgement, and at the very last minute, I decided to sign up for a table at a nearby “Annual Homeschool Curriculum Sale”. The table was $20 to reserve with the promise of a full refund just for showing up at the scheduled day and time. The kiddos were ecstatic, because they’re … Continue reading Selling at a Homeschool Curriculum Sale

Book Spine Poetry – March

Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? It’s Raining Pigs and Noodles, By Lantern Light, One Morning in Maine.

Life is like…

I ordered this for my husband for Valentine’s Day, completely expecting him to share with me! And yes, we totally opened them early today! To see why I special ordered these chocolates check out my previous post: Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolate Factory Tour – Salt Lake City, Utah ❤️ Happy Valentine’s Day my sweet friends!

Happy New Year Charcuterie – Wordless Wednesday