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REMEMBERING THE OLD CLOTHESLINE

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These old clothes lines worked great.  Clothes lines were part and parcel of life in the by-gone days.  Many of us still use them because the clothes smell so clean and fresh after hanging outside.  Enjoy! There is one thing … Continue reading

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BUILD COMMUNITY – BUILD A LIFE

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In today’s society there is an artificial way of life that is so contrary to the deepest heartfelt desires of people, it is making people ill.   Illness reflected in mind, emotions, and even physically from the lack of a support … Continue reading

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DO ANIMALS LOVE? DO ANIMALS HAVE SOULS? YOU BET!!

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We are “hardwired” by our Creator to deeply respond to animals.  There’s a deep-rooted reason why we humans surround ourselves with dogs and cats and other animals. New research finds we are hardwired to respond to other critters.  The secret … Continue reading

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DIY HOMEMADE NATURAL PAINT NON-TOXIC

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Since there is always something to paint around the homestead, it becomes necessary not only to find economical paint, but non-toxic.  Especially when there are many people very sensitive to paint smells, fumes and chemicals. So, here is TWO RECIPES … Continue reading

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HEIRLOOM SEEDS AND STARTS

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Just found a great buy on good old fashioned, non-gmo seeds.  Seeds you can grow good food from and save seeds from for next season.  So wanted to share it with you.  We bought 3 packets of the 30 variety … Continue reading

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COMMUNITY LIVING IN CALIFORNIA LA AREA

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Just thought it would be fun to feature a Community once in a while for your perusal.  Because I do NOT know any of these people personally, it isn’t a recommend, thumbs up, or thumbs down.  It’s just a “look-see” … Continue reading

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OLD FASHIONED APRONS & COUNTRY WOMEN

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Why, Granny? By Jane-Ann Heitmueller ‘Why do you wear aprons, Granny?” I asked her one day, as I nestled on her lap, while resting from my play. ‘Mercy child,” she replied, ‘it’s just a part of life. It’s as valuable … Continue reading