"pond" after the last rain fall.
Soon we will hear, them croaking at night.
Love the farm!
I have been sewing, more specifically, taking lessons to learn how to tailor shorts for my husband for most of the week. Learning how to make shorts and clothing look professional and not homemade is very challenging. Very do-able if you know all the little tips.
Anyways- my point is that I have not been online. After reading favorite blogs today, I was so excited to find that in one of my FAVORITE magazines online, Living Green Magazine, included our families website OrganicFoodCoupons.com as a resource to find organic food coupons. Special thanks to Richard Kujawski who wrote the article and included our site.
If you are not familiar with Living Green online magazine, it is awesome and a must read for people interested in sustainable choices, eco-friendly, organic living lifestyles. The online magazine has wonderful ideas to help make eco-friendly choices and how to make them affordable.
Most people I know want to live green and reduce their footprint, but it does cost more then shopping at superstores the ship food in cheap from all over the world. It does take some planning to be able to live green and not spend all your green...
Okay- now I understand why you have culverts in the country. This was our first storm in Lucas. Sitting working on my new organic food coupons website and the power goes out and the sky opens up with a rain, wind and lightening. Really spooky!
Standing on the front porch facing where my drive way should be but it is covered with rushing water.
The new rolling rapids river that has developed across the back of our yard. Photo taken from the balcony.
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