Tuesday, May 17, 2011

What's Up With My Blog???

Some of you might be saying to yourselves: What the heck?  I started reading this blog because I was interested in natural living, soapmaking, and other projects.  Or, perhaps the soul-spilling that sometimes appears here. 

Now, lately, it's all jokey things or music.  What's up you might ask...

Well, I have just been busy working many hours and really have not had much time for projects.  I did make a new batch of soap which I kicked myself for not taking the time to take pics of the process.  (old pic from Christmas batch above)  I will try to next time along with full recipe and instructions. 

Another project I have coming up is continuing to learn how to properly use my sewing machine and make curtains for our house.  We have really cool curtain holders (I am sure that is not the right term) that are wrought iron and were made by the Amish.  They will look great on our log walls.  I will definitely post pics of this project. 

As for the soul spilling, that takes place only as it wells up in me and again only if I have the time to let it spill. 

But I am a whole person...not just a natural projects soul-spiller.  I also have a sense of humor and love art and music.  I was told that a blog will be more popular if you keep to one type of post.  I just don't think I can do that.  I am a many-sided person and can only share what is in my heart and mind at the moment. 

Perhaps, dear reader, since you are also a multi-faceted person, my blog will still appeal to you. 

Peace to all!

And for today, I would love to share this beautiful song about marriage and death by Iron & Wine.  Enjoy!

Naked As We Came


  1. ha ha who told you that?
    I read a blog because I connect with the soulfulness
    of it..the beauty of the photos and words
    you're doing fine...
    they don't know anything
    so....1950's reader Dick and Jane antique..ha ha
    that's the one I used..!!
    but I am an old wench...a cute old one

  2. Thanks, Suz! lol...sorry about the "antique" 1950s comment. I also used to have a schoolbook printed in 1950 called the the Teen's Guide to Homemaking. It instructed girls to put on pretty dress before the husband gets home and to feed the children early so the dad doesn't have to deal with them. As well as telephone ettiquette, dating, and how to make your own dresses. Was a kick. I gave it to my daughter as she loved it as well.


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