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How to Make a Birch Tree

Well, that’s not technically correct, because only God can make a birch tree. And I have all the more respect for Him after it took me hours and hours to make ten fake birch trees.

You may never need this information, but then again, perhaps[...] read more

Drying Mint for Winter Tea

From the age of 7-10, I lived in a tiny town in Oklahoma called Heavener. Over the years, I’ve met a number of people who were born and spent their whole lives in Oklahoma, and none of those people except for one ever heard of Heavener. I have[...] read more

Those Amazing (Salted) Irish Cream Cupcakes

So … let’s pretend that instead of being August 17th, it’s MARCH 17th. Because if we do that, then I won’t be five months late in posting this St. Patrick’s Day recipe. Which I am.

I made these for the first time this year,[...] read more

On Windows and Scallops

After studying all day in his office, Dave ‘s work day isn’t over. There’s wood to haul in, and a stove to fill and keep stoked. There’s an old window leaning against the building-formerly-known-as-the-chicken-coop, waiting[...] read more

Rainbow Rice Bin

When my daughter, Tera, was a little girl, she had a boatload of Barbies in her castle-themed bedroom, and a pink Barbie jeep. She had several big, expensive porcelain dolls — all gifts from her grandmother. She had a growing collection[...] read more

Photographs & Memories : A Toddler Gift

From the time Gage began to speak, he loved to stand in front of our refrigerator and try out his new skills. “Mama! Da!” he would say, pointing to the pictures I’d hung there. But he wasn’t content with just showing off his[...] read more

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