Our favorite way is probably french press. Our camp/hunting coffee pot is a large, stainless steel, insulated French press. My husband, and one of my sons’ travel mugs are french press, as well.
The two books we have been waiting for are coming out September 15th! First, Trim Healthy Mama Plan: Keep It Simple, Keep It Sane, wherein the plan is explained in simple, easy to understand (therefore easy to implement) terms. … Continued
After spending endless hours preparing the invitations, they have been sent, RSVP’s received, chairs gathered, decorations chosen, tables procured, and the house cleaned. All this means….. there’s gonna be a P A R T Y! May I present to … Continued
This is an excerpt from the Ladies’ Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness by Florence Hartley. This book was published in 1860. I have always loved old books and writing styles. I thought it would be interesting to share … Continued
I made doughnuts the other day. Really good doughnuts, if I dare say so myself! My family agreed. 😉 I have made yeast doughnuts in the past from various recipes, but they never turned out, in my opinion. They never … Continued
Here is a small list of activities to do with young children: Play cherades Sing songs like Father Abraham; head and shoulders, knees and toes Play Simon Says…or Daddy says Make popcorn Play Candyland Make play dough Play dress up … Continued
Oscillococcinum, Natural Flu Relief. What is it? What is it for? And the biggest question of all, how do you even say that word? In hopes that I can pass along little tid bits of information to you that I … Continued
CMOMB’s 10th Anniversary Chat With special guest chatter Skeet Savage author of Homeschooling For Eternity Founder of Wisdom’s Gate and Editor of The Home School Digest, An Encouraging Word, and Brush Arbor Quarterly magazines. She has been homeschooling since 1970 … Continued