Tackle it Tuesday


Tackle it Tuesday

Posted on April 29th, by Amy in bracelets, Tackle it Tuesday. 3 comments

Well I have done a lot of housework over the last few weeks, and I woke up with my eyes itching, and sneezing, so I don’t dare go outside and weed/prep garden beds. I don’t thrive on Benadryl, or I should say my kids/house wouldn’t! So my tackle for today is getting sweet little bracelets posted in my shop. =) I have been too busy to create recently and feeling the need to sit and relax with my beads. Here’s a few pictures of what I’ve been up too!Clicking the pictures will take you to my shop.

Also very exciting – Date Night Tonight! Owen is 10 months old and we have not had a date without him yet. He and his big sisters will have fun here at the house with … Read More »


Tackle it Tuesday

Posted on April 15th, by Amy in Tackle it Tuesday. 5 comments

So I have been reading this blog the past couple of weeks and decided to jump on board with Tackle it Tuesday today! With Owen taking a longer than usual nap – I jumped up and grabbed my camera. That’s part of the accountability of it all – actually posting what you did – fun =) Since Owen crawls around and puts everything in his mouth – I have to keep the floors clean, and I cannot cook dinner in a dirty kitchen – so I do my best to keep up with it as the day goes, but I have a hard time being motivated to do the other stuff. (btw – I haven’t unloaded the dishwasher yet today)

My before shots:We have this space on either side of the sink and above it that gathers … Read More »





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