Who the Vinedresser Is

Passion fruit vines are due for good trimmings in early spring (this message comes after spring has left). Pruning makes for a better flower and fruit yield. Remove the old and dead makes way for the young and new growth! I spent several hours over a weekend pruning passion vines with my grandpa. I couldn’t … Continue reading Who the Vinedresser Is

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Sunday Tea

What better way to enjoy a wet, cloudy day than with a warm cup of tea? ☕️ There’s something about tea that just makes my mind welcome new ideas and meditate on God’s goodness. Spearmint and Lemongrass grow like mad which means I get to brew yummy tea from my garden all the time. I … Continue reading Sunday Tea

A Plight of Stairs

I have an odd habit of counting as I walk up stairs. I'm not counting each stair, I'm not counting time, I'm just counting. Can't tell you why, I just do, so don't worry if you hear whispers as I climb stairs. I may be a little weird but I am okay... When I take … Continue reading A Plight of Stairs

Keep it Clean

I've been busy with the baby and cleaning today. My space got messy over the weekend so I've been tidying up whenever the princess gave me permission. Anyhow, that means I'm going to use a quote for today's motivation. Yeah, I know, Monday is already over. Come back to this post tomorrow morning 🙂 From … Continue reading Keep it Clean

Just say…no?

Monday is for motivation, or moxie, the new word I found and enjoy, because it is the first day of the week. If we're being completely honest, I'm unprepared for today because everything I've written sounded much better in my head. Let's just say we're not pulling out the brightest crayons in the box. My … Continue reading Just say…no?

Expensive Gifts

It would be honorable to give your all to Jesus, wouldn't it? Some might not think so. Mark 14:3-9 Meanwhile, Jesus was in Bethany at the home of Simon, a man who had previously had leprosy. While he was eating, a woman came in with a beautiful alabaster jar of expensive perfume made from essence of … Continue reading Expensive Gifts

The Culture of Pain Relief

A while back some friends took me to try Vietnamese Boba tea. It was the sweetest drink I'd ever had. But my friends treated me, so I drank the entire thing. A few minutes later I was hit with a migraine, stomach ache and lethargy all at once. Obviously, sugar is bad for you. Then … Continue reading The Culture of Pain Relief