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When I refinished my cabinets last year I wanted to paint the backs with chalkboard paint. Well, life got in the way, and I never got around to it.
I finally finished it last weekend and liked it so much I painted labels on my storage jars as well. I’m very happy with they way they all turned out, so I thought I’d share them with all of you.
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….The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.
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When I was a kid, every Christmas morning my parents would be in a mad scramble trying to find batteries for all of our toys. Without fail, they would forget to buy batteries.
And, now, as an adult, not a whole lot has changed over the years with the exception of our toys. More and more, electronics have found their way into our lives and between two smartphones, two tablets, a Kindle Fire, and even [...]
I can still remember my older sister and I singing Kenny Rogers’ Islands in the Steam into our hairbrushes as kids. We were obsessed (and apparently a little nerdy, now that I think about it). Anyway, we were so obsessed that our long-suffering mother yelled several times a day for us to turn down our stereos and even threatened to throw away our beloved .45 single.(yes, I am just that old)
The little town of Nashville has to be one of my favorite places in Indiana. It’s a small town in Brown County Indiana with cute little craft stores lining its streets. Many of the shops showcase works by local artists, and you can find everything from homemade candles and quilts to beautiful paintings and wood sculptures. Anything you can imagine can likely be found in Nashville.
Some of the [...]
Twenty-four years ago, when I married my first husband, my mother bought us a, what was then, top-of-the-line stainless steel cookware set. I remember being shocked that she would spend $200 on pots and pans, but she told me if I bought quality cookware they would be cheaper in the long run, because I wouldn’t have to replace them. I didn’t know if that was true or not, but I was thrilled [...]