Monday, February 29, 2016
Busy Farming, Hatching Eggs & Fried Rice for Breakfast!
This is a litter of Velveteen Lops. The rabbit house is (wait for it...) hopping right now, with litters expected all Spring! These little guys are born almost hairless with eyes closed and very helpless.
This song is posted over my sewing machine. It's one of my favorite hymns and helps me focus on the Lord during the times I feel overwhelmed by the darker days of life.
One of the desks in my sewing room - where I stamp & craft. I have another with my computer on it (and more junk) and, of course, sewing machine tables, too. And notes. And lists. Lists of ideas. Lists of things to remember. Lists are my favorite. Paper and pen, so much more down to earth than electronics.
I'll be taking lots of my handmade primitives, but we'll also sell other vintage items and probably a few sewing machines.
I love crows & ravens, homespun fabrics and squishy pillows! You can hug one of them, but don't get it dirty! (You did wash your hands after eating that buttery bread, right?)
I added these votive candle molds to the last bee supply order for a little crafting fun. Sshh. Don't tell Dave!
Is your warming oven filled with sticks? Mine is and they are not for kindling. They are for crafting. I found out that if I don't dry them before crafting with them.....they sprout! They came from a big ole pussy willow tree in my yard. Younger daughter and I wanted the pussy willows for our craft show and decided that we could also use the sticks.
By the way - this is the spare bathroom. We still have a tub we can use for the next 21 days while we wait for chickies to arrive....Aren't we blessed to live in such a wonderful place??
Ok, now you see just a smidge of what's keeping me busy and I can heave a sigh of relief that I'm caught up, at least on my blogging ;-)
First, throw a few chopped peppers and onions into a little oil in your pan. Beat a few eggs in a separate bowl and then scramble them into your peppers & onions.
Add soy sauce to taste (I use Dr. Braggs Liquid Aminos, as you can see....)
That's it from me for this post. God is good, all the time. I have healed from my bout of diverticulitis and am learning new lessons daily in my life on this earth. My prayer for you is that you grow ever closer to the Savior until your work on this earth is done.
See you next time!