It’s Good To Be Back on my Feet again — literally!

I’ve been thinking about all of you quite a lot these past few weeks.  I’ve been thinking about what types of posts I want to bring to you, and what types of post requests I get.  Now that I’ve settled in and am preparing to post more regularly, what do I want my content offerings to look and feel like?

They–the experts–say to post what interests me most so that it will be authentic.  That’s true.  I know.  And I also know that some of my most popular contributions happened spur of the moment and without much planning.  Ultimately, my best stuff is when I do this.  Just ramble and see what happens.

So that’s what I’m planning to do.  A regularly posted journal entry almost like we are sitting to visit and have tea and catch up.  I’ll write about what I’m thinking about.  What I’m up do.  What craft I am working on.  How to crochet.  How to cook a perfect pork chop.  What challenges face us as wives and moms.  Where to find resources.  What’s my favorite date night ideas.  Anything that happens to be happening in my world that, hopefully, can be a light in yours.

What interests me most?  Crafts, painting, reading, gardening, relationships, travel, all things vintage, sewing, crocheting, knitting, needlecraft, cooking, grandkids, my art, decorating, organizing and cleaning, family, personal victories, herbs and natural health, and probably about 100 other things.  Those are the types of things you’ll see in the weeks and months ahead as I share a bit of my day-to-day life with you.

Let’s see how that format feels, and we’ll take it from there.  It’s good to be back up and getting around a bit after surgery.  I’ll be back tomorrow with your cleaning checklists for this week, and a peek into what I’m up to.


  1. Glad you are back,we missed you.
    Please keep posting what you have been,I learn or am reminded of things everyday through your posts.
    You have helped me so much, organizing my cleaning and being on a schedule.
    Thank you for everything you post!

  2. So glad your feeling better! I can’t wait to read your posts and learn new things! And I’m in total love with the 1950s and 1960s atm! Can’t wait to read me!

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