Do you ever feel like the walls are closing in around you? Like you're living in clutter and excess? I had been feeling this way for a few years, and realized that we have a lot of stuff! After nearly 18 years of marriage, Jeff and I have quite the collection going on here, and we both decided it was time to simplify. So over the past couple of weeks we have been taking pictures of things, and then posting them in the classifieds. We've listed everything from barnyard implements, to household appliances, to collectibles, and we've been surprised at how much unused stuff we have been able to sell in just a couple of weekends! Not to mention the extra cash we have because of it. It's almost like the house is opening up a little more, like we can breathe easier or something. So I've decided that I'd like to have this feeling in more areas of my life... I'm going to simplify in other ways too. I'll keep ya posted (pun intended).
Saturday, April 26, 2008
Thursday, April 24, 2008
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Monday, April 21, 2008
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Monday, April 14, 2008
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Tuesday, April 8, 2008
I guess Willow decided that if Daisy was going to have babies, she wanted hers too. We went out this morning to feed and found that she'd had twin girls sometime during the night or early morning hours. "Honeysuckle" and "Sage" are their names. Both babies are black and so cute! The babies were already dry and moving around by the time we saw them. So, that's it for us this year, and we missed both births. Bummer. But it's great that everyone is healthy and doing fine.
Posted by Kim Bringhurst at 4:33 PM
Sunday, April 6, 2008
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Friday, April 4, 2008
Tonight Kaylee had a bad fall. She is such a good helper in the kitchen and I can always count on her to volunteer her help with dinner and clean up. We decided to make fresh juice to have with dinner and Kaylee was getting fruit for me from the fridge and from outside in the garage. At the same time the dogs were doing their best to get in everyone's way. Kaylee had a big flat of strawberries in her arms trying to get them back out to the garage when a couple of the dogs walked right in front of her and took her legs right out from under her. She went down so hard! She said she was trying to save the strawberries so she didn't break her fall at all. She really hurt her knee and is lying in bed as a result. Poor thing. She did save the strawberries and though that may be small consolation now, maybe she'll feel a little better after I've dipped some in chocolate and brought her a plate. Get better soon Kayz.
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Tuesday, April 1, 2008
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