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Katie @ Life With The Crew
Trying to manage to keep life simple and happy in a crooked, old, pet-filled farmhouse with an idea crazy dreamer for a husband!
Interests: Making good food from organic ingredients, living simply, running (not too fast), dreaming of traveling, sewing without patterns, photographing pretty things, and knitting with natural fibers. Oh, and cleaning up after my busy and curious little babe!
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It is great Chrisy. This nature center does a really great job of educating the community about all aspects of natural history/wild animal information. The fact that they are associated with the local university provides them with a lot of funding that smaller nature center's don't have.
Thank YOU Christina for your comment!
Glad you agree they are totally healthy! :)
Oh, cozy long undies for the little babe - yes please!
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For the little babe's birthday I made Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies. I made the recipe again this week, but used mashed sweet potato instead of the pumpkin and they turned out just as good. I did not alter the recipe (except for the sweet potato substitution and I did not... Continue reading
Posted 16 hours ago at Life With The Crew
The hot water bottle cover is a great idea! I remember, way back several years ago when I first discovered Etsy, one of the first things that caught my attention was the sweetest felted wool hot water bottle cover, with a little tiny sheep design on it - so sweet and useful!
Thank you. The little snake was trying his hardest to put on a scary show - we only held him for less than a minute and then put him down safely in the leaves.
Thank you Mandy. Yes, I enjoy taking pictures in Autumn more than in Summer. Much more visual interest I think.
It is a great time of year here in New England Tracey - glad you are having some Autumn weather down South too!
Glad I gave you a giggle! My husband learned about the wording difference when he was climbing with a British guy. The guy's pants got wet from the rain and a girl told him to just "take his pants off" - long moment of awkwardness until he realized what she really meant!
The arboretum recently had a pumpkin festival, which we did not attend because we went to another Autumn festival on the same day. However, when the little babe and I visited later in the week, there were squash and gourds displayed all around the arboretum. There were amazing varieties, not... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Life With The Crew
I am trying to get rid of any items that I have like that Deb. I do have one black wool cardigan that I am giving myself one more winter to wear, if not, I'll do something with it. I don't know what I was thinking when I bought black - I have way too many furry pets!
That is great CJ - give it a try! Maybe some mittens for those active boys of yours?
Thanks Donna - I felt like I was on a roll with these sweaters!
Thanks, and I think I have enough materials left over for at least another pair of mittens. I need to practice my thumbs!
Thanks Gillian - she wears mismatched Fair Isle well! :)
Thanks Tracey. The little buttons are from my husband's grandmother.
I'm happy to share Mandy! You're a far way from home now!
Most of yellow we have is from Maple and Black Walnuts.
We have been having a lot of the wet and soggy here too Christina - in fact, that was like the one dry day in a week!
Thank you Amanda. The grass is called Prairie Dropseed.
Thanks Tracey - I am so happy with it! So for this growing season, I got a couple gourds, a bunch of red raspberries, and one giant pumpkin! All of the fun stuff, nothing to last us through the winter. :)
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Thanks for stopping by Heidi!
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on The $1 Hat at Life With The Crew
She was a little unsure about all of the people there - a lot were in costumes - but she enjoyed seeing the birds!
Thanks for commenting Karin!