Wordless Wednesday 7/30

July 30, 2014 by  
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I am linking up again this week with Miss DeCabo at Sugar and Spice for Wordless Wednesday.This is quickly becoming one of my favorite linky parties as it is so easy and has a question to be interactive.I spent last weekend at my parents’ house up nort…

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How to Make Entry Area Grand

June 23, 2014 by  
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Michigan State University Extension Oakland County will be sponsoring a lecture by Janet Macunovich titled “Best Foot Forward: Ideas for Entrance Gardens” on July 22. Janet will give you ideas on how…

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Gardening as a Metaphor for Life

June 23, 2014 by  
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Something strange happened in the garden this year.  I tend to see a lot of simple truths about life in the garden.  But as over thinking, over complicating humans, we attempt to deny, avoid, or find elaborate, confusing ways to explain what just is.
1. You’re either setting down roots or flowering, but it’s hard to do both at the same time.
2. As much as we’d like to, we cannot control or

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Work Hard, Play Gently

May 27, 2014 by  
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Memorial Day weekend is over
but it was well spent
I have a month before the big appointment
the one where my maternal cardiologist determines whether or not I can continue being pregnant
or if the baby needs to come so we both have a fighting chance

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DIY: Bright Nautical Potted Succulents

May 16, 2014 by  
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On my latest visit to Ikea, I spotted their Socker plant pots for just $1. I loved the bright colors, but wanted to cute them up a bit with a quick DIY. These bold colors made me think summer nauticals, and I had idea in mind right away! Have some old pails or planters in [...]

About Bethany Louise

Selling Vintage Clothing and Handmade Craft Goodness on the interwebs, member of Handmade Detroit, blogging at rewarevintage.com/blog and handmadedetroit.com

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Bring on the Strawberries

May 10, 2014 by  
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Michigan endured one of the harshest winters in decades, leaving Michiganders longing for spring! Finally the snow is gone, the birds are chirping, and things are greening up beautifully. With[...]
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Biodynamic Life

May 7, 2014 by  
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I haven’t had time to write much because
it’s Spring
and while Winter is about wait, wait, wait
Spring is about rush, rush, rush
then wait
It’s the ebb and flow of setting your life according to nature
rather than coercing nature to adjust to your lif…

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Reverb 14: April Showers

April 14, 2014 by  
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April Showers Bring May Flowers | We’ve had a long,
wet, cold winter here and we’re ready for spring.  Show us a photo of
your “April showers” and tell us all about it.

The Polar Vortex passed.  We are in the midst of April showers.  Obviously,…

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Create Your Canning Calendar

April 8, 2014 by  
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Home canning and food preservation is a year ‘round adventure!  One of the many joys I receive from teaching classes throughout West Michigan is hearing from students, who after one[...]
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Promise

February 7, 2014 by  
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Photo by Mary Bortmas of Unforgettable Photos

Yesterday, I saw this photo posted on facebook
it’s eerie, like a long forgotten graveyard
and it says so much about how this winter feels
It has been particularly difficult
the brutality of the co…

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