We attended a vintage trailer rally on the Mississippi River this past weekend. We enjoyed it even with the heat!I We love the rally for many reasons but also because it is the closest rally to us. Anything less than 3 hours is great!!!! Since I’m feeling exhausted from the heat/humidity my post will be ... Read More about Trailer Rally On Mississippi
Your bedroom is often the last room in your house that you give any real attention to. Your guests don’t step into this room, you spend very few waking hours in there and so it slips down your to-do list. You have probably prioritized the rooms that have the most visitors, that you spend most ... Read More about A Bedroom Makeover In Seven Steps
Summer Porch sitting is one of the best things to do in the warm weather. I love being outside sitting and passing the time of day gazing over my gardens and watching all the wildlife activity. I’m sure many of you never seen the photos Country Sampler feature of my home in the magazine. After ... Read More about Summer Porch – Spending Time Outside
Every so often, a home or business suffers from water infiltration, either because of flooding or for some other reason, like damp rising from the foundations. The question is, when does it make sense to invest in drying equipment? That question is harder to answer than you might think. It doesn’t just depend on the ... Read More about Does It Make Sense To Invest In Drying Equipment?
Most people don’t consider a complete renovation project when thinking about designing their perfect home; however, you don’t have to start from scratch and buy tonnes of building materials to build a house from scratch to achieve the goal you want. You can take an old already built home, give it a new coat of ... Read More about Your Guide To Getting Started On a Renovation Project
Hi everyone! Sharing some of my Spring vintage dishes using flat lay photos. What is Flat Lays you might ask? It simply means that I’m shooting items from directly above. The items styled on a flat surface. It’s really hot right now! In other words, I’m taking photos standing on top of a ladder shooting downwards. Just ... Read More about Spring Vintage Dishes – Flat Lay Photos
Saves You Money Ok, so we said above about home maintenance costing you money, and that is very true. However, by keeping it up to date, in the long term, you will save money. For example, your roof. It is a lot cheaper to replace tiles as and when they fall off, or repair guttering ... Read More about Home Maintenance Is Important
Thrift Store Kitchen Table. Two months ago I popped in Goodwill after bowling for just a quick look. I should know by now that never ever really happens. The last thing I expected to buy was another kitchen table. Looking back I think I’ve had over 15 kitchen tables. I’ve had round, oval, vintage, new, ... Read More about Thrift Store Kitchen Table – Another One!
It might seem like your bay windows, your front door, whatever ethereal name you have constructed for your property and carved into reclaimed wood would all be the strongest first impression you could make when someone enters your home. But that’s not the case. Do the area people notice the most? The driveway. This is ... Read More about Does Your Highway Give A Good First Impression
Ham and Pasta skillet is a recipe that’s great to use leftover ham from our Easter dinner. Sometimes I think I look forward more to the leftovers! Ham and pasta skillet was last night’s leftover meal. Whenever I buy a ham I buy the largest one! Never less than 10 pounds. I only buy a ... Read More about Ham and Pasta Skillet – One Pot Or Not!