Hive Installation Day

This past weekend, we installed three new hives. It was a long day–to start off we had a truck full of babies, thousands of bees, and major brake trouble with the truck–but it was such a good day.  Check out the pics 🙂 We started the day by driving out to Kelley Beekeeping Company…. AMAZING […]

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Hot Cross Buns

Lent 2015 changed my life, and I will forever be thankful for the spiritual closeness that is derived through intention. Traditionally, hot cross buns were eaten to break the fast of Lent.  On Good Friday, we commemorate the crucifixion of Christ–our redeemer!–and it is traditionally a day of strict fasting and abstinence in observance of […]

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Colcannon Soup

After Wade and I were first married, I was sitting in the stands at one of his ballgames and an adorable family with four red-headed, freckled children caught my eye.  I noticed that same family kept cheering primarily for Wade and trying to get his attention.  Curiosity got the best of me, so I decided […]

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Crock-Pot: Pinto Beans

Meatless in March continues for our family as we go meatless, not on Monday’s, but on Friday’s for the Lenten season.  Meatless meal #2: Crock Pot Pinto Beans.  Easy, savory, delicious.  Served best with cornbread.  Enjoy! Therefore what God has joined together, man must not separate. Mark 10:9 (HCSB) CROCK POT PINTO BEANS The night […]

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Tuna Melt Sammich

Wade and I officially crave these sandwiches.  No doubt, you will too! I’ve always made a traditional tuna salad sandwich, but I was the only one in the house that really enjoyed them.  That meant I would need to prepare something different for everyone else which is not very efficient in regards to time and […]

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Seating “Formalities”

I start planning our menu for each week on Sunday evenings. For me, there is rest in searching old cookbooks for new recipes that will ensure satisfying suppers for my family. I enjoy that time of day when Wade and I gather around the table with our two boys, and we are able to say […]

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Make Your Own: Taco Seasoning

My kids love taco-night.  I hate the thought of feeding them a bunch of unnecessary preservatives and additives like MSG.  The solution: Make Your Own Taco Seasoning.  It takes literally 2 extra minutes, but is packed with more flavor and only contains the good stuff.  And it’s cheaper!  Love-Hate to Love-Love= Win-Win. “You are the […]

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5 Buzzwords for Today

I’m big on words. After all, words have power. I’ve noticed the persistent presence of certain words and phrases, along with their frequent misuse. Always ready to help—here is Words Like Honey’s version of an urban dictionary to clarify some of today’s jargon. 1. Fake news. Truth is clouded by opinions. My opinions change—for instance, […]

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