Monday, September 28, 2009

My Wants in Life

I had an interview last week with the Street of Shops. The lady said they will contact the chosen one one day this week. I made up my mind if I don't get the call I will go back to school. I would love to go to McCann for massage therapy. I've wanted to do that for a long time. With my mom better now and life finally calming down (after a talk with family today) I want to move forward in life and make something of myself.

I started working on miniature photography. Here is some of my favorites.













Not Me~Monday!



Welcome to Not Me! Monday! This blog carnival was created by MckMama. You can head over to her blog to read what she and everyone else have not been doing this week.

Well this weeks is a bit between me doing and kiddos doing. My oldest son didn't clean his bedroom and bring every piece of clothing he owns to the bathroom for me to wash. Why do they do that? I do laundry everyday so I know they aren't all dirty but are now because they were walked on on the bathroom. Argh!

I did not run away last night with hubby so I didn't have to run mooches around to bars and such. I didn't stay out past midnight.......I am so tired of running for everyone.

Boy do I miss the time before my daddy got sick and it was just me and my kiddos at home during the day.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

In Trials and Tribulations~Response to Mckmama

I try so hard to be a good kind person. I catch myself and apologize. Noticing alot lately I have been harsh and mean. Think before I speak is what I've been trying to do.

I am at a crossroads in my life. My mom is in remission from her cancer, my brother is (kinda) getting back on his feet but I run those two all over. I want to either get a job or go back to school. I had an interview last week for a cashier's position at an awesome antique shop. If I don't hear from them by Wednesday I will be calling about schooling to become a massage therapist. Asking God to direct me where my next turn will be.

Thank you for posting this and making me "blog" about my trial and tribulations going on in my life right now.


Originally posted as a comment by Jo Lynn on My Charming Kids using Disqus.

Friday, September 25, 2009

For $35

For $35 I will sell you a page of over 100 ebooks and a store for you to sell them on! Hurry the offer will end Sunday night......

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Apron Give Away

To celebrate the Autumn season, Emily Elizabeth is giving away this adorable apron and pot holder set. Go on over to her blog and enter.


Understanding Container Gardening

If you are a garden lover, but have no space for your gardening appetite, don’t worry gardening is not necessarily out of your reach. In the available space of your house say balcony, patio, deck, or sunny window, you can create a container gardening, which will not only bring you joy but also vegetables. So, are you ready to start container gardening yourself…

In the past, gardening is an exclusive realm of the landowner. Nowadays even the flat dweller can grow his dream garden without having any fuss. One’s dream can be fulfilled by container gardening, which means the gardening in a special container. Container gardening gives delights of landscape without weekly mowing. In the container, you can raise some perennials, annuals, and even shrubs and small trees.

Don’t think container gardening can be achieved very easily. Container gardening also requires proper planning just like that of traditional gardening. Planning consists of finding your USDA zone (this will help to identify the suitable plant variety of your zone), amount of daylight you are receiving in your apartment, and finally choose your beloved plant variety.

It is always advisable to buy the plants from nearest nursery unless you have right conditions to go for indoor seedlings. You should not keep the tender plants of container gardening outside below 45° F temperature or in soaring winds. Moreover you should not leave the new plants through out the night in the outside to get frost it out.

There is a false notion that all the plants grow in the ground won’t grow in the container gardening. It’s not so. If you have any doubt, please do experiment on it. Moreover, any container with holes for drainage can be used for your container gardening.

Container gardening requires little budget in the initial stage. But it is having low maintenance with good satisfaction. Container gardening requires little fertilizer and water according to the specific needs of the plants.

There is numerous pot growing vegetable varieties as container gardening. In this type, the vegetable plant requires only sunlight and water. Providing these two things can easily help you get fresh vegetables for your ratatouille or salad. You can get more satisfaction by serving these varieties nurtured by your own hands to your beloved pals.

Don’t despair-if you’re not having balcony or deck? Get nod from your landlord for window boxes, a modern container gardening. It is highly possible to grow many bloomy annuals year-round and indoor vegetables in your sunny window. There is another type of garden called community gardens, which will satisfy the city dwellers.

There is no need to end your container gardening since you have entered autumn. But you can continue your container gardening by selecting the plants that are withholding the frost. The common plant varieties that stand up to the frost are Eulalia grasses, Mexican feather grass, Cornflowers, Lavender cottons, Jasmine, Million bells, Stonecrops, etc.,

In order to extend the life of your garden from early spring to fall, you can replant to match the conditions. Even you can contact some of the America’s best gardeners through online to get design for your container gardening. They offer suggestions such as caring and choosing for pots, how to grow tips for succulents, roses, and bulbs, in containers.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Bruce W Derr's Python Release Party at the Cherry Alley Cafe in Lewisburg


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Baby Jack watching Bruce


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More than one cord confuses Bruce (or so he says)

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Bruce and Jesse Yamas owner of the Cherry Alley Cafe in Lewisburg PA


Kailee jammin :D


Bruce


Becky and Baby Jack


Jake sporting a shirt designed by Becky


Eric :D

Danielle and Baby Lastat


Jake taking a picture of Kathy with her "party hat" on

Friday, September 4, 2009

Watch for Coming Contests

I am collecting many goodies to have contests in the coming weeks for. I am waiting for a delivery from the mail lady to have this weeks. I will be posting some of the goodies here tonight! Keep checking back!


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