Wood storage cart under a farm table workbench

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The big pie in the sky plan this weekend was attempting to get to some garage sales on Saturday and the flea market on Sunday to start shopping for The Olde Farmhouse event. But with my son not feeling up to par, I knew it was a stay at home kinda weekend. One more setback sealed that deal… The […]

PJ 269 – Upcycled moss projects

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  Welcome to Party Junk 269 – Upcycled moss projects Every Friday, 7 PM through Sunday 11 PM Pacific Happy weekend, everyone! I’ve been doing a little yard work lately…even mowed my lawn for the first time! Whoop! So I’m in the mood for shots of green. I tend to be a brown thumb where plants […]

An old fence wood lottery win

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Every so often, life throws you a winning lottery ticket. There was a knock on our door yesterday afternoon. A neighbour came by to inquire what kind of wood I collected. How did he know? Could it be the massive junk pile in front of the house that never seems to go away? Nah… 🙂  “Oh, just […]

Funky Junk goes junkin at The Olde Farmhouse Vintage Market

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Funky Junk goes junkin' at The Olde Farmhouse Vintage Market.13 PM

I hope you don’t mind lots of pictures of junk over the next little while… you know… as in new finds. It appears I’ll need to stock up again, for a very special, super cool event, hosted by The Olde Farmhouse… I think I’m gonna take in an auction or two… but most definitely the local flea […]

Growing rust in a spring yard

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The sun came out in our area. And while it’s nice to see, it’s still fairly cold. So I’ve had no enticement to get outdoors and play in the soil yet. But spring is struggling to reach its way to the top regardless.  As cold as it has been, I just felt like taking a walk […]

The secret to successful public speaking

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When I wake up each morning, these sweet, beautiful eyes greet me. Everything about this little face speaks the comforts of home… Safe. Calm. Unconditional love. Acceptance. The first sunbeam of the day casts a welcoming glow against my safely tucked in feet, still buried underneath the covers. Not one mistake has been made yet, for the […]