DIY · DIY Projects · Family Life · Food · Gardening

How Doth My Garden Grow?

Morning y’all! I just thought I’d stop in and give you a quick update on my porch container garden. A few months ago I wrote this Container Garden DIY post detailing how I created a little porch garden from inexpensive drink tubs I found at Walmart and seeds I got from my local library’s free seed catalog.… Continue reading How Doth My Garden Grow?

Adoption · Adoption Fundraiser · Family Life · Finger Lakes · Ithaca · Marriage · Montour Falls · Motherhood · Projects · Shopping

Our First Adoption Fundraiser!!

Good Afternoon Y’all!! As I mentioned earlier adoption is not an inexpensive undertaking, and as such we are excited to announce that we are holding our first fundraiser; adoption t-shirts! My talented sister Carla has created this one of a kind logo just for our adoption shirts, and she’s done a beautiful job. Trust me… Continue reading Our First Adoption Fundraiser!!

Adoption · Family Life · Infertility · Marriage · Montour Falls · Motherhood · Testimony · Testimony Tuesday

Answering The Call

If you follow my adventures on Facebook, Instagram, or IRL (in real life) then you know that we recently announced that we’ve officially started the adoption process. Technically we made the decision to adopt, and started working towards that decision, a couple of months ago but have kept pretty quiet about it until now. That… Continue reading Answering The Call

Baking · Food · Friday Favorites · Recipes · Tutorials

You’re The Peanut To My Butter

Happy Friday! For this week’s Friday Favorites I wanted to let you in on a little secret; how to make my favorite peanut butter cookie recipe! This recipe is so quick and easy to make which is why I love it so much. It only takes four ingredients, most of which I usually already have… Continue reading You’re The Peanut To My Butter

Testimony Tuesday · Trials

In The Midst – Testimony Tuesday

Well hello there! A few weeks ago I wrote a post about my invisible illness, and today I wanted to share with you something that is an extension of that. Over the past ten years of learning to cope with an invisible illness, and especially over the last few difficult weeks since my accompanying diagnosis… Continue reading In The Midst – Testimony Tuesday