I’ve been collecting wine bottles for the past 3 years with plans to turn them into a wine bottle lamp. I’m by no means a crafty person, but the fact that 3 empty bottles survived a move AND my massive KonMari clean out shows my dedication to this project; I wanted to make something, dang it.
When we were inspecting our new trailer during the Are-we-really-gonna-buy-this-thing stage, we immediately noticed that the AC unit would have to be replaced. We knew the heat didn’t work because the reversing valve was stuck, but exactly when the AC would go out was anybody’s guess.
We did it! We closed on our first paid-for property! It’s not our forever homestead (it’s only a quarter acre and it’s not farm land) but it is a great starter property. We paid $14,000 and that included a quarter acre of land, well, septic, existing power pole, carport, and patio. Notice I did not mention the house. We didn’t pay for the house because the house not worth anything.
When my mom comes over to visit, she often reminisces about her Hungarian grandparents, especially her grandmother, Elizabeth. It never was a bother to me- I loved hearing their distant stories. But before long, polite listening turned into intense brain-picking.
A lot of homemade cleaners we’ve brewed up at home are at best, hit or miss. Sometimes there just isn’t a substitute for the harsh and toxic cleaners. An example of this is would be automatic dishwashing detergent. All the homemade brews we’ve concocted do not work.
I like my current kitchen. It’s the most modern kitchen I’ve ever had the pleasure of cooking in. It has pull-out cabinets and wide drawers. Really wide drawers. That always look like this..
Have you seen this?? People living in tiny homes? Like, homes smaller than most people’s bathrooms? I must say, I’m intrigued. Fascinated. Even worse, me and the hubs are actually considering this!