Get your clock for Christmas, and $5 off!

Get your Forest at the Edge official clock ordered soon to ensure delivery by Christmas. Remember to put "Book Reader" in the message section, and I can refund you back $5. That way, the clock will be only $10, and with shipping (about $3.70 in the US) that's less than $15 for a gift.  Also … Continue reading Get your clock for Christmas, and $5 off!

Barn pantry doors, in 85 mistakes (or more!)

I've written before why I don't do a diy blog. Below is more evidence why: #1 mistake—going on to Pinterest and typing, “Remodel bifold doors,” because for eight years I’ve hated my pantry doors which never closed properly. Pinterest is almost always a mistake, one that I usually try to avoid, but I fell in … Continue reading Barn pantry doors, in 85 mistakes (or more!)

The world hasn’t ended: 6 things I still get to do, even with the election results in.

Tomorrow, attend a lecture at the local university given by a Methodist preacher and doctor of divinity from England who researches Temple Theology, because we still have freedom of religion. Teach my sons history as part of our homeschooling, because the home is still sacred and the center of all worthwhile learning. Purchase online some … Continue reading The world hasn’t ended: 6 things I still get to do, even with the election results in.

Official Forest at the Edge clock is here–just in time for Christmas!

I'll be honest: I made this for me. I love unique clocks, and while I've made clocks for other genres, I never made one based on my own books. The other day I thought, "Why not? I wrote the kind of books I want to read, because I couldn't find them. Why not make the … Continue reading Official Forest at the Edge clock is here–just in time for Christmas!

Two logical reasons why I bizarrely thank canning jars . . . and everything else

I didn’t realize until I was older that we had a weird tradition in our house. It was mandatory that when a canning jar popped, no matter what part of the house my mother was in, she’d shout, “Thank you!” If she wasn’t home, that duty fell to me, and I didn’t always want to … Continue reading Two logical reasons why I bizarrely thank canning jars . . . and everything else