Phase Three

That period of life when what was so relevant isn't as relevant. Lighten Up!

Raw Food Snack Bar with vintage rolling cart

This is the kind of Vintage I used to be able to do in our old house. Happy that my daughter likes a vintage piece here and there in her home decor.


So I took the kids (by myself) to the first estate sale of the season.

I was nervous… sometime we are like a walking tornado when we go somewhere – but it went so well!

Everyone got some gardening supplies for super cheap.

But the best find was my vintage metal cart for $11.25!

I have always wanted one and despite having no idea where to put it, I bought it 🙂

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The first thing I had to when we got home was make lunch… these kids are ALWAYS hungry – LOL!

So as I was cleaning up the dishes, I found inspiration – and an empty wall!

I pulled out a bunch of our snack foods and arranged it nicely on the cart.

I filled a pitcher with water and set out cups.


I can hardly wait for the kids to come inside from playing outside and say, “I’m hungry!”


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About Lietta

Hey, hi there. So much I like to do, so little time to do it all. Happy to have health and time left to do it in this third phase of my life. Ahhh, my profile photo - well that's an old photo, I think about 2006, and even though I don't look like that any more, I like the photo.


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