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I just had to share some FREE CHRISTMAS MUSIC that I found on Amazon!
Some of these are only available for a limited time, so be sure to go download them soon! And really, they’re FREE! Go download them and listen to see if you like them later, just don’t miss these deals!
Here are some of my favorites:
Mark Smeby – Mary, Did You Know?
(This ^^ is possibly my all time favorite version of this song!)
(The bells ^^ can get annoying in this one)
Hope you enjoy these Christmas songs as much as I have!
Mixbook is by far my favorite online photo book site!
(the three books I have ordered from them)
It is so easy to use and when they have deals like these it is a really great deal! Want to try it out? You can make a digital book for free and pay to have it printed later, if you’re not crazy about it, don’t print it! Simple as that!
I have ordered three books from them and the service was great! The online chat was super helpful, books were beautiful, great customization, prices great, and printing/delivery fast!
If you use the link below you will get $20 off your first purchase! AND you will be helping me earn store credits too!
I love depression glass!
It’s just so vintage and pretty, and I love the history of it! The glassware was created right before the great depression and was often given away in products such as oatmeal as a free incentive to buy the product. I was reading the other day about how they would give out glass dishes at movie theaters when you purchased your tickets (just think of that!). Then when the movie ended there was always a loud crash of glass falling to the ground because everyone forgot the about the dishes in their laps!
Here are a few pieces that were once my grandmothers and are now in my hope chest:
I have pretty much finished the “plan” for our 2013 garden. I am getting really excited!
I got to plan the garden this year and am super excited to get things going! Last year we grew sweet potatoes and beans successfully… don’t laugh, that was a great achievement!:) I am trying to step up this year and work harder, gardening is not my favorite thing in the world, but I am definitely getting more into it. I just hope I don’t fizzle out!;) We’ll see what all actually gets planted!
Here is the “blueprint” I made of what we hope to get done this year:
I read about planting the potatoes and beans together as shown on the upper right of the plan and can’t wait to try it out!
We harvested sweet potatoes!!!
We finally dug up the sweet potatoes that we planted last year! We got a lot more than the last time that we grew them, and our biggest this year is about twice the size of the biggest last time around! Can you tell I’m a little excited?
The big one!
And we got just a little dirty! It felt like I had an extra layer of skin!
These are the flowers that I received at the dance recital! I dried most of them to save as decorations in my room.:)
I thought I would share my costume from the 2012 dance recital, “In Every Season”. I took Jazz, our class was Winter Storm.:) It was hard sitting backstage waiting for all the other seasons to pass before we went on!