One of our projects recently was to add some shelving to the laundry hall closet.
These cinnamon nut cookies I made remind me of my Aunt’s coffeecake.
I love this little guy! The sanding and painting turned out great, and to boot, I had all the paint colors already at home!
I thought it may be interesting to show you behind the scenes of how I set up for food photography.
One item I thought I might like to print someday is a couple of plant stands. Here is my first attempt at designing one for 3d printing.
I love the traditional Lutheran service in part because of the hymns. They are familiar to me and thus beloved. The collective voice of a congregation brought together is full of passion, emotion, and community.
A few days ago I came home hungry from work. In my attempt to eat healthier I tried making some roasted brussel sprouts.
Here I am happy as a clam with my new leaf blower!
Sometimes things feel overwhelming. I get home from work and I just stop, relax, cozy up on the couch and watch TV or read a book.
I have made a few fun things now and they can be found in various stages of being a “finished” product. Finished being defined by opinion and by who you may ask.
There are many ways to be happy, but one I find particularly easy is the goofy grin of a puppy.
I think it was late elementary when I was first introduced to the Sims games. Somehow I fell in love with creating characters, homes, and playing out their days.
First Snow’s Morning: Winter’s kiss is upon the grass Crisp fresh air whips against your face Swirling crystals have fallen at last The morning surprise will soon pass Finding paw prints all over the place Treasure the memory for it soon will be the past Sweetly, Gwenlynn
I’ve never made a kitchen sink cookie till now. I love the idea behind it. Getting to toss your delicious baking scraps into a cookie dough.
Day 7 is here! Yippee, I’ve made it a week into blogging every day.