Weekend Links


Have you heard of Memverse?  It’s a free website that’s fantastic for scripture memory.  Enter the verses you want, and the program tracks your progress as you type and review.  My kids LOVE this website and have memorized so many passages.  What’s even more fun is that many of their friends are also involved, so there’s lots of support and encouragement to learn.  Get the details and your free account here.

10 Dumbest Things to Eat

Here’s a great read for you—10 Dumbest Things to Eat.  We could all guess some of what’s on this list, but if you’ve been buying the RDA’s or big agriculture’s rhetoric for too long, then some of the “foods” may surprise you.  Sigh.  As moms, we have our work cut out for us, don’t we?  As much as I’d love to say that every last dumb item on this list is never on my grocery list . . . well, I cannot quite say that.  But I’m working on it.

How to Make a Canning Jar Lotion/Soap Dispenser

Here is a nifty little project that’s on my list of things to make “someday.”  There’s something very homey about canning jars, and I want a whole collection of these!

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Oh, does this topic bring back painful memories . . . Here’s an article containing links I may need to check out in the future, and for some of you it may be pertinent in the present.  Is routine wisdom teeth extraction really as wise as we’re led to believe?

Custom Sewing

You’ll want to visit my friend Chrissi’s website—Our Legacy Custom Sewing & Design.  She and her daughters design and sew the loveliest baby, girl, and boy clothing, as well as other items for the home.  Visit her website or her new Facebook page to see all the sweet things they have to offer.

2 thoughts on “Weekend Links

  1. I love the canning jar for lotion or hand soap!🙂 The article on Wisdom teeth was really good! I don’t have to worry about that yet though. I don’t have wisdom teeth (never did) and my husband had his removed years ago. Our little one is only 17 months so we have years before we have to worry about that for him.🙂 Thanks for sharing!🙂

  2. Pingback: Homemade Lye Soap from Alander’s Acres | Roberts' Farm Blog

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