Over the past 6 months, Josh and I have been practicing living on a shoestring budget so we can build up our emergency fund savings account. It’s not easy. Or all that much fun. And in fact, it’s pretty dang difficult most of the time. But it’s working, and our savings account is ticking up and up slowly but steadily. A couple of weeks ago, I happened to find this
Saw my friend Kim was reading The Best Yes by Lysa Terkeurst a while back, and it’s been on my radar to take a look at, too. I’m so glad I did! I didn’t know a ton about the book ahead of time – going into it I just knew it was about working on boundaries a little. Learning how to say no to too many commitments. Slowing down a tad.
Don’t let me forget next year I discovered the perfect formula for SUPER bright rich colors on food coloring eggs. One cup cool tap water. One tablespoon vinegar. Forget counting drops of color from the bottle, and give each cup three solid squirts of your chosen hue. . Bright, bright, brighty bright. . Happy Easter everyone!
Special guest artists Phil Calvert (age 6) and Joy Calvert (age 3) will be joining me in the art booth at Springfield’s Second Saturday tomorrow from 8am – 2pm right near the Mars Theater. Each of these original acrylic on canvas paintings is $5 and goes towards our family project of working together to save for a trip to Legoland. Pop on by and say hey, we’d love to see