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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Crocheting Project – Baby Set

I embroidered an Easter outfit for my granddaughter this past spring, so now the time has come to make something special for my, very soon to join us, grandson.

We are extremely excited, and anxiously awaiting his arrival. What can bring more love and satisfaction than making something with your own hands, and throughout the whole process keeping that person in mind, and close to your heart.

Free Tomatoes and Potatoes

Last year I bought a couple of tomato plants, one Beefsteak Tomato plant, and one Cherry Tomato plant. They both did very well, and produced lots of fruits. Some of these fruits fell off the plant and worked themselves into the ground, so this year I noticed free tomato plants sprouting in my garden. I let them grow into at least 6 inch plants, before transplanting them into a more suitable location.

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Living Green – Conserve Water

As I mentioned before, I am following this super website on tips for living green, and promised to share some of these with you.

Now that you are becoming more aware of these great ways to save the environment, energy, and money, you can join in and be part of the Living Green Team.

Pork Ribs With Bourbon Whiskey Barbecue Sauce – Recipe

There doesn’t need to be a special holiday, or celebration, to have a barbecue. You do it just because you feel like taking advantage of the warm weather, and cooking outdoors. Not to mention to give your husband a chance to show off his grilling skills, while you are relaxing with a nice cold drink and chatting with everyone (that is after you set everything up for him beforehand…).