Homemaking

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Static

With each out-of-state move, every step of obedience–the discerning, the deciding, the doubling down–has gotten easier, save one. The uprooting has gotten harder, especially now that a double oven, mountain views and neighbors I’ve come to care about deeply are involved. Idolatry is a good shot. It nails me every time. The day the realtor shows up is the worst….

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5 Things I Learned in 2014

Check. Check. Is this thing on? Oh, good. Hello. 🙂 I’m back from a bit of a blogging break and ready to ease into a new year of creating in this space with a short list of things I learned in 2014. Let see if I remember how to do this. Ahem… 1. Entertaining is fun when…

When Homemaking Feels Small
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When Homemaking Feels Small

I know what you’re thinking. I’ve thought it as well. It’s lonely. It’s small. It’s not at all what you thought it would be.  Everything you do in a day unravels.  It comes undone.  What you did today will need to be done tomorrow and in much the same way. The fridge you stocked. The…

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Our Family Rules

How. Great. Is. This? I came across it on Etsy last week and ordered it immediately from Alexander Creative. When it arrived on my doorstep yesterday, I dropped everything and went out to get a frame. The kids shared in my joy (Rule 3, baby!), and Evan has already said at least four times that the…

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Love That…Paper Solution

I’m pretty sure the only thing I dislike more than Paper is voicemail…and maybe clowns. Yes, definitely clowns. Oh, and ice cream trucks. Gah. Anyway, I avoid Paper whenever possible. I can’t stand the piles he makes. I gave up scrapbooking when Mac boogied into my life and wooed me away from him. I have myself…

 

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