Home-Made


On this page you'll find everything 'home-made': from arts & crafts projects, poetry, and recipes to repurposing household items.  Hopefully you will enjoy making some of these projects as as much as I do. If so, I'd love to see your version, just post your link in the comment box.

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  1.  Repurposing Men's Shirts into Fun Aprons

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Here is a modge-podge of recipes I've tried, tweaked, and liked. Some of them were born from the inspiration of a diet I've been on, or from what's in stock in the pantry & freezer.

I hope you enjoy food as much as I do...it really is Divine! 
  1.   A Healthier Granola - Modified from Barefoot Contessa, Ina Garten's, recipe (Love, Love, Love her show)
  2. Yummy Yogurt- Thank you, the Frugal Girl, for the recipe
  3. Veggie Frittata - From my detox diet
  4. Salad Dressing - From my detox diet

More to come...I have lots of pics in my camera from my ventures in the kitchen
 I'll get them uploaded soon!

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Poems

I enjoying writing poetry about my experiences and my family. I wouldn't say that it publishing material, it's usually written as a gift for a special event; so it's generally enjoyed none-the-less.

You are welcome to reproduce them for educational purposed; I only ask that you give me the credit & please leave comments.





         
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2 comments:

  1. What a beautiful child, and gramma looks very proud. There is nothing in this world than holding your child or gran-child and just rocking, rocking, rocking. I did that when one of my grand-sons was born. After giving birth mom slept and I spent all afternoon just taking in the scent of a new born and admiring what a gift we had just received. To this day 14 years later it is one of my very favorite memories.
    My grand-son and I just had a discussion this week wondering if I could still hold him, rock him and rub his feet to comfort him like I use to,he said we can try.....

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  2. Thank you for sharing such a sweet memory about your grandson. I'm sure it is a fond one for you. The picture I have here is one of my grandmother holding my oldest daughter for the very first time; she is almost 20 now. Sad to say but 'Metma' has since gone to claim her heavenly treasure; the moment we shared that day will always be a precious one to me.

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