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

Monthly Archives: June, 2015

CLEVER SILICA GEL USES

Originally posted on Eric Schlehlein, Author:
DON’T TOSS THOSE LITTLE PACKETS AWAY! When most of us get a packet of silica gel enclosed in a pair of shoes or a…

June 5, 2015

Garden Update

Originally posted on Simple Living Over 50:
This sun is finally starting to shine once again and the rains gave way to some progress in the gardens. Lettuce, Heirloom Tomato’s, Cherry…

June 5, 2015

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Birdie

Life's too important to take it seriously.

Becoming a Wild Family

A homeschool family enjoying the WILD outdoors

The Two of Us

Figuring out a life's path from our own cul de sac

Anthony de Mello Resource

Awareness awareness awareness.

Sadie Seasongoods

Create · Explore · Inspire

Spokane County Library District

Spokane County Library District

Grow Sew Happy

a journey of projects as i grow a happy urban homestead

Braden 168

Relevant Direction for Modern Men

Mormonism in Context

A faith crisis resource for Mormons

The Invisible Scar

raising awareness of emotional child abuse, its effects on adult survivors & the power of words on children

Realistic Recovery

For Realistically Recovering from Addiction and Family Dysfunction

The L.I.S.T. ACA Group

Living In Serenity Today

ACA Oregon

Becoming Your Own Loving Parent

HEAL & GROW for ACoAs

ACoA Recovery Issues (adult-children of alcoholics & other narcissists)

Emerging From The Dark Night

Working through the Dark Night of the Soul to emerge as me.

GentleKindness

Healing Truth Artistry

Free From Toxic

Blog Psychotherapy Workshops

Tangly Cottage Gardening Journal

from garden to garden: a photo diary from the corner of Columbia and Pacific (Southwest Washington coast)