Monthly Archives: April 2011

Things I Love About GA

Most of you probably know that I’m a northern-born girl.  I grew up in Michigan.  Right along Lake Michigan.  Very pretty, but very wild and very COLD. The summers were beautiful but lasted only about 3 months.  The winters were … Continue reading

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He Is Risen!!!

There in the ground His body lay Light of the World by darkness slain Then bursting forth in glorious day Up from the grave He rose again!   And as He stands in victory, Sin’s curse has lost its grip … Continue reading

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Georgia Aquarium

The GA Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the world!  It was given by the founder of Home Depot as a gift (!) to the city of Atlanta.  We went on a field trip with our homeschool group on Thursday.  … Continue reading

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Virtual Tour of Our “Homestead”

Carter and I “toured” our “homestead” today after church, for once just enjoying the 5 year of work we’ve put into garden, woods, flowers, and bushes.

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More Emergency Preparedness Info and Blogs

I love Homestead Revival’s Preparedness Challenges. This entry has some quick and inexpensive ideas for food storage for a serious emergency.  It’s inexpensive, because she has you buy things you probably already use anyway, and this allows you to stock … Continue reading

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Emergency Preparedness Info and Lesson Plans

Jodi and Julie over at Food Storage Made Easy have put together some free lesson plans for Emergency Preparedness.  I’m getting them for my own use, but they would be great for anyone wanting to teach a class on this … Continue reading

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Garden Update

So all that still needs to be done in the garden (as far as planting goes!) is to plant all my seedlings (tomatoes, peppers, melons, pumpkins, and a zuchinni or two) and direct-sow cucumbers.  My seedlings are doing pretty well…. … Continue reading

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