We take care of the land...it takes care of us.
We're just a couple of country dwellers......
that love nature, hunting, fishing, gardening, campfires, crafting, cooking, canning, laughter and living!!
Ya just never know what I'll blog about next...
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Yup hot and humid here the humidity today is to make it feel like 116 WOW! Lovely photos I like the candles! We have a old stone/ basement because its the foundation from a old school house that once was here before the farm house, we have a de humidifyer down there and that helps keep it cool down there and takes the basement smell out ! Papa hooked it up and put a hose from the dehumidifyer to the drain so we will never have to empty it it does it on its own ! Have a good day and stay cool.
laughing at the margarita as the final step in the pickling process! you're my kinda gal!
What a cool thing.
Hey, order me one of those...the scentsy burner not the sweaty husband!
I love fresh scents, especially when my house has been so closed up!I hope you're finding ways to stay cool!!
I also had to giggle at the "final step of pickle preparation"! Hmmmm maybe that's why my pickles never turned out quite right (snicker)!I feel for those who are facing this horrible heat wave. We are in the middle of one of the coolest July's on record ... today was cloudy and misty, with high near 68 degrees. I can't even imagine what it must be like to live where it's over 100! I melt anytime it's over 80.I am intrigued by the Scentsy - I do believe I will check this out!And lastly ... yes of COURSE I noticed the beautiful hearts of light. I really really love this!!!I hope you stay cool and smellin' good!
I have to run the dehumidifier constantly it seems to take the stink out of the air. Today was better here. Hope you are getting a little reprieve also.
Canning pickles in this heat and humidity? Whew! Think I would be having more than one margarita!
I too had to snicker at the final step of your pickling process.. and enjoyed your light filled heart.You have created a delightful blog, thanks for stopping by.Hugs,Pam
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