You’re invited! To a free online conference on survival and preparedness, covering topics like homesteading, growing your own food, foraging, self-defense, medical care, and more. It starts Monday, January 20, 2014 and lasts for 6 days. It’s free and 100% online — so you can attend from the comfort of your own home. Go here to register: http://gnowfglins.com/survivalsummit or keep reading for more info. [by Wardee Harmon]
Times of reflection can be so valuable. When you’re in the thick of things, just trying to meet your daily deadlines and keep up with everything, you don’t see too much progress. But when you step back, say at the end of a year, and take a look — wow! You can see how far you’ve come, even in the simplest of things, and how much God has done. Right at this moment, looking back on 2013, I feel awed and grateful for the blessings and progress in all kinds of things, both personal and professional. I am also very, very excited for 2014. [by Wardee Harmon]
As we celebrate and remember Jesus’ birth, we are especially thankful that God is with us even still, centuries after He came as a babe. He is with us. What a thought. God With Us. And so we give thanks for Him and to Him, and for you as well! For we consider our interaction with you a great gift. Thank you for being a part of the GNOWFGLINS family! God bless you and yours this Christmas! [by Wardee Harmon]
Today in the U.S. we’re celebrating Thanksgiving. Though we give thanks daily for the many blessings God gives our family, it feels right to take extra special thought and care to name and reflect on the good gifts that God gives. You are among those gifts! Also in this post, a Thanksgiving gift for you!
Good morning! We’ve had a blessed week. The sun shone most of the week (please keep shining) and we celebrated a birthday. Before I share some pictures, I want to let you know who won the free pass to the Food Blogger Online Summit on November 2 and 3… and remind you if you didn’t win, you can save $90 on your ticket through Sun 10/27. I hope to see you there!
Good morning! I’m back to share our week in photos, and I’m sharing a resource that’s coming up for those of you who are interested in food blogging — either getting started or getting better at it. It’s the Food Blogger Online Summit on November 2 and 3 and right now there’s a HUGE early bird discount on tickets. The rest of this post contains photos from our Fall Garden clean up. What’s going on with you?
Good morning! I’m excited to be back with a “This Week” wrap-up after missing last week due to computer issues and just being plain tired. In this week’s photo round-up, a homeschooling milestone, what God orchestrated perfectly, an impromptu visit to Vanilla Jill’s Scoops and Soups in Eugene, the cookies my daughter is making, and our beautiful bell pepper harvest. What’s going on with you?
And it seems like Fall is officially here. Yesterday began the rain. It feels a little dreary, to be honest. We all felt got tired in the afternoon from the overcast skies (no matter how thankful we are for the rain). Once again, I’m in the thick of running the Ultimate Survival Bundle so I didn’t take many pictures. Actually, I didn’t take any. The sole picture this week is courtesy of my daughter — and it’s a great one. You and your kids will get a kick out of it!
In this weekly round-up, I’m sharing: our late summer garden, the project that’s been taking up all my extra time and which will be fully unveiled on Monday, making Plum Kombucha with very fruity plum pits, and attending an annual church potluck at the river. Come on in and share the highlights of your week!