Part of living simply, living frugally is to look for ways to reduce, reuse and recycle normal, everyday things, reduce energy consumption, use earth’s resources
Foodbloggers, homecooks, anyone with any kind of favorite family recipe today, September 30th, is your LAST CHANCE to link up with this month’s theme, Family
Citizens and Saints, once a worship band at one of the former Mars Hill church campuses on the west coast has become one of the
Sometimes a chilled fall night calls for a big steaming bowl of Corn Chowder for dinner. Also, the amount of corn one has in the
Back in the day, 20+ or so years ago Boston was my home away from home. The place where I grew in my faith, grew
I made Pear Butter last year and posted about it in our 30 Days of Fall 2015 campaign. I made it again this year and
I just got done reading the Alaskan Courage series by Dani Pettrey. I had the first book, Submerged, sitting on my shelf for about a
Hearing the words “Cleaning List” generally brings to mind two reactions. 1. “Bleh”..said with disdain and no desire to attempt it or 2. “Okay…let’s do
A few months ago I heard about this thing called Influenster. What Influenster does is send YOU free products in place of a review. Easy
Sunday Breakfast-donuts at church Lunch-leftovers Dinner-Church Baked Potato Bar at The Parsonage Monday Breakfast-I may or may not have eaten peanut butter fudge. Lunch- Girls:
For years I’ve used my grandmother’s canning supplies to preserve seasonal foods..jams, jellies, butters, sauces, veggies and fruits. For many years before I used her
I received this Nestle Splash box from Influenster. It included sunglasses, a grape flavored Nestle Splash flavored water, an inflatable beach ball and a straw-a
I bought 20 pounds of potatoes. Unlike the 50 pounds of rice I accidentally bought, I intended to purchase the 20 pounds of potatoes. We
We LOVE Fall around The Parsonage! Love as in…move out of the way Summer, Spring and Winter. We love ya, but not quite as much
Originally posted on The Smallwood Parsonage:
Aren’t the time-tested and family approved recipes handwritten by a previous generation the best? This recipe for Pumpkin Bread is…
This is darn good soup, worthy of the time and the little effort it takes to put it together. It’ll taste great the first day.
Sunday Breakfast-Donuts at church Lunch-Luncheon at church Dinner-Frozen Pizza and leftover wings from Saturday-we give up on Sunday nights and watch a lot of football.
Saving for Christmas….it seems like every year Christmas comes faster and faster. People always told me that as the kids grow so do their wants.
Raspberries are in high volume right now on our property. Anna decided to make some Raspberry Lemonade today. She found a recipe for Blackberry Lemonade
Aren’t the time-tested and family approved recipes handwritten by a previous generation the best? This recipe for Pumpkin Bread is one of those recipes. Passed down