Sewing an earbud cord porthole is similar to making a bound buttonhole or welt pocket, only easier. Just apply a facing to the area where you want the porthole, stitch, slash, turn, and press. That’s it in a nutshell. Even if you are unfamiliar with this process, and the sewing lingo, I think my explanation […]
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I was recently reminded of a recipe for no-bake peanut butter snack balls that I had cut out of the newspaper years ago. I used to make these for my little kids a lot. They loved them. I enjoyed them. But one day I forgot to make them anymore. How do these things happen? But […]
I am not a natural egg eater. If they are not from my chickens, I’m not that interested. So, when my hens start laying I really have to switch gears. I want to enjoy my bounty. I understand the nutritional treasure chest of an egg, especially from chickens as happy as mine are. From the […]
The basic premise of the Paleo diet is to eat what people purportedly ate between 10,000 and 2.5 million years ago. There are both good and questionable aspects to this way of eating. First, here are some weak points to the premise: It is extremely difficult to say what foods, and in what forms, people […]
One of my sons recently emailed me and said “I’d be interested to know what you think of this.” and attached the article linked to directly below: Celiac/Gluten Intolerance: Are We Chasing the Wrong Villain? So, I wrote back – Good morning. :-) Did you ever read my blog about nutrition? You probably remember my […]
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Melody’s Life Savings
No one wants to hear that their child is sick - and the word 'cancer' is even worse. Written by her mother, Melody's Life Savings is the true story of the family's journey together during the illness and the impact of Melody's small legacy. Excerpts from Melody's journals and personal correspondence are included.