Image by Bikurgurl Family Scrabble Board This is our second family Scrabble board. Our first was made 7 years when we bought our current home in Washington. We constructed it with my parents first Scrabble board they handed down to us.. When I found this gem at @valuevillage_thrift , I knew it was time for us to update one for our family. I’ve survived Ovarian … Continue reading Scrabble Board Family Art
Image by Bikurgurl Thank you for joining our awesome writing community who challenges themselves weekly as we weave together our 100 words! If you follow me on Instagram, you know I am SO looking forward to Thursday ❤ Be sure to tag me in your submissions if you post them outside of your blogs so I can give it a like! What 100 words would … Continue reading 100 Word Wednesday: Week 118
So this happened yesterday – my husband fulfilled my long dream of shelves above our credenza. If you’ve noticed, we kinda love Ikea. We’d searched high and low for affordable ‘natural yet hefty’ shelves, but ultimately couldn’t choose anything but our lovely Ikea Lack Shelves. At only $29 each, they were the bargain of the year! As I posted on Instagram, I was looking for … Continue reading My Ikea Love: Shelves
The Death Star If you hadn’t noticed from my Instagram feed, my boys and I are Lego Maniacs. Although we love several of the series of bricks, one of our enduring favorite is Lego Star Wars! We own all the movies and have been watching them for years. Recreating scenes, making new scenes, trying out different scenarios is what my boys do! Storm Troopers … Continue reading Star Wars The Last Jedi: How are you preparing?
This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Eclectic Unschooling Stormtroopers come into view, wielding weapons like painters do My boys and their Lego Minifigs show their write, authoring tales to my delight Building stories; creating worlds; learning cooperation, dialouge, storylines, backstories…too much to say, as … Continue reading Three Line Tales: Eclectic Unschooling