The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,800 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 47 trips to carry that many people.
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When I switched from blogger to WordPress I did so thinking that I would stay indefinitely.
I love WordPress but felt like I was missing so many of the neat extras that I have decided to make the switch from .com to self hosted. ( last time I promise!)
You can still follow us on pinterest catch up on all our tweets over on twitter or become a fan of our Facebook page.
Looking forward to seeing you soon at our new home !
These biodegradable eggshell planters are perfect for starting seeds!
When the plants get too big for the shells, you can transplant them straight to the soil, shell and all.
Want to make your own? Continue reading
For a reminder that I didn’t know I needed to hear.
How is it possible that I can emerge myself in His word, Write notes on three different chapters.
Highlight and underline what stood out to me.
Sometimes double underline.
Scribble notes in the margin.
Then turn around and forget I was ever in the book?
I just don’t get it .
I’m an avid reader.
I can pick up a book.
I can read it cover to cover a dozens of times over and like a conversation a string of “what happens” next will flood my memory.
So much so I can flip past sections because that particular part bothered me or bored me. Continue reading
There’s a saying in our parts.
If you don’t like the weather wait 5 minutes.
It will change.
Spring time in Alberta is a fickle creature.
One minute the warm sun is shining and the next it’s over cast and snowing.
In the course of a week we can go from -30 with the wind chill to +14.
I wish I was kidding.
If you were to take a peak in my front closet You would find our winter boots lined up next to our sneakers.
Spring jackets hung up in between parka. It’s seriously that ridiculous. Continue reading