Monthly Archives: July 2013

New Facebook Recipe – Fresh Apple Cake

I have a great recipe for Fresh Apple cake that belong to Jim’s Grandmother.  The problem is it is very time-consuming.  The five distractions….I mean….kids…make it hard to have the time to just spend the time baking. I found this … Continue reading

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Anniston Nature Museum…take 3….the end….I promise!

Once we finished the museum, we didn’t have time to hit the Berman Museum of Ancient History.  It worked out well because we were able to hit the two nature trails.  One trail was very pretty.  It took you around … Continue reading

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Another treasure

As we were wandering around the thrift stores, I stumbled upon a simple loom.  I bought it thinking this would give the kids a teeny tiny taste of what the kids in the weaving factories did.  I have done paper … Continue reading

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Anniston Nature Museum – habitats

The Anniston museum take 2.  The next part of the museum was devoted to habitats.  It was actually quite interesting.  They started at the lower part of Alabama and showed you the various habitats as you traveled up the state. … Continue reading

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Thrift Stores

Oh my gosh!  I went thrift store shopping yesterday with a friend and my oldest daughter.  I found the cutest thing.  I wish I had had it for my nature studies class last semester.  The kids would have loved it! … Continue reading

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