Tag Archives: DIY

Kitchen Garden: The Plan

Hello, all! Yes, I’ve been gone for a while, but it’s winter and frankly, a whole lot doesn’t happen at the Huffaker House in the wintertime. I only blog when there’s something to blog about…and spring is almost here, so … Continue reading

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Septober #30projectsin30days Challenge Update

Hey guys! So, in the last blog post, I announced my plans to join the #30projectsin30days challenge, hosted by a blogger I follow, Stacy of Blake Hill House. Well, I failed, but it wasn’t for lack of trying! Hurricane Irma … Continue reading

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#30Projectsin30Days and Much, Much More

Hi, guys! My last post was…approximately 4 months ago, which is about the time I was cast in TWO community theatre productions and embarked on a crazy summer of rehearsing, performing, and trying to keep the house clean(ish) and everybody … Continue reading

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The Best Changes We’ve Made (So Far)

I write this blog partly to chronicle the challenges we face and the changes we make in our historic home, but I also write it to give myself the proverbial pat on the back when I’m feeling stuck in a … Continue reading

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Easy, Free Newspaper Pots for Transplants

Hello, everybody! Dropping by to show you how I handle transplanting my vegetables, mostly tomatoes, when the seedlings are outgrowing the tray but the great outdoors isn’t ready for them yet! Every year, I jump the gun on starting my … Continue reading

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Playing Along with the ORC

Hey everybody! So I decided instead of doing the spring 2017 One Room Challenge™ for the next six weeks, I would just play along quietly, on the side, to the best of my abilities. Here are my reasons: It’s the end of … Continue reading

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Building the Duck House

I think our ducks are going through their awkward teenager times right now. They’re starting to lose their down and I even see a few pinfeathers coming in. (Sorry for the picture of duck poop, but you know, that’s part … Continue reading

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