I love casseroles. They are delicious, easy, and make great leftovers. Ever since I’ve gone paleo my cravings for pasta and bread have decreased. But I discovered this amazing vegetable called spaghetti squash. It’s like pasta you can grow in your yard! Continue reading →
The Coloring/Storybook Wonderland by Amily Shen is a wonderful book! Not only is it a wonderful coloring book with intricate designs, but it has a cute storyline too. This 76 page book was inspired by Alice in wonderlands adventures. This book is a great way to relax after a long day, clearing your mind as you pull out your colored pencils and follow along a wonderful well known story. As far as colors go, that’s where your imagination comes into play. Let your imagination go wild and loosen up. Continue reading →
Wild edibles are fun to forage for and a great source of free food! There are wild edibles just waiting for you to pick them in your own backyard. Of course, before eating any wild edible you must properly identify it, and be 100% sure what you eat is edible. Here are 16 recipes that use wild edibles that you will love! Continue reading →
The Magnolia Duchess is the third book in the Gulf Coast Chronicles written by Beth White. I have read the Creole Princess, and absolutely loved that book, so when I got this book I was equally excited to start it. First off, the History in this book is great. I love how historical figures are woven into the story. The time period this book focuses on is unique, and not much out there as far as historical novels go. Continue reading →
The Reluctant Duchess written by Roseanna M. White is part of Ladies Of The Manor series. The Reluctant Duchess is full of twists and excitement. The characters are well thought out, and the plot is interesting and exciting. I love the look between two different worlds, one in Ireland and the other in London. The book is based in the Edwardian period and sheds a new light on life in those days.
Lady Rowena Kinnaird, one of the leading characters in this story has a charming Irish burr. I love how you see the pain, hope, and love through this character as she grows. I didn’t read the first book but still could jump right into this one without much confusion as to who was who. Each character has their own doubts, strengths, and faith. I love how diverse the characters are in this way, and it makes it so much more interesting to read.
If you enjoy historical Christian fiction, you will love this book. I surely enjoyed it and will keep it in my library to read again.
*I was given this book in exchange for my honest opinion*
This delicious homemade ice cream doesn’t require a fancy machine. Just a freezer and a few simple ingredients! Most ice creams have corn syrup, and loads of chemicals. This easy homemade version is simple and delicious! Continue reading →
Wells exited the small cabin and was greeted by the morning sun. He stretched out his arms and yawned. Grabbing the buckets used to gather water, he headed towards the stream. It was a short walk, and the cool water helped wake him up. As he filled the buckets, he heard what sounded like a horse. Continue reading →