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RX for the Soul

“Be calm, be strong, be grateful.” -Unknown

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Time for a Proper Craft Room

Wow, where did the month of March go?  Is it just me or did it fly by at supersonic speed?  I’m thinking that April is the month I’m going to attack my next big project!  New month = new craft room!  The house we are currently living in has a quirky loft area

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Cost Breakdown and Thoughts on Japan

Hello friends. I apologize for the long absence.  I have been directing all of my emotional energy towards Japan for the past few weeks.  My youngest brother and his beautiful wife, as well as all of her family, live in and around Tokyo.  Thankfully, they all managed to escape serious harm from the

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RX for the Soul

“Happiness held is the seed; happiness shared is the flower.” - Unknown

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RX for the Soul

“What each must seek in his life never was on land or sea. It is something out of his own unique potentiality for experience, something that never has been and never could have been experienced by anyone else.” -Joseph Campbell

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Entryway Reveal

Hello everyone, it’s good to be back!  I had to take a longer than anticipated blogging break to help get my kiddos caught up on all of the schoolwork they missed while they were sick.  They have state standard testing this week and I’m hoping they are prepared enough!  Let me tell ya, we have

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RX for the Soul

“In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.” -Thomas Jefferson

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Under the Weather

It has been a very long couple of weeks around here. My family has been passing around a nasty virus, and guess whose turn it is now? Yep. Not fun. I haven’t been up to doing any of the great projects I had planned for the month. I guess that’s just the

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RX for the Soul

“Love is a canvas furnished by Nature and embroidered by imagination.” ~Voltaire Photo courtesy of BHG.

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RX for the Soul

“The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” -Stephen Covey I found myself repeating this quote over and over again last week.  It has become my new mantra.  There are so many things that I need to do for my family right now, and I am having a