Tag Archives: homemade things

Home-made projects for baby! #1

As many of you know, crocheting is one of my favorite past-times and making gifts for expecting mothers makes crocheting even more fun and meaningful.  As I was working on my most recent project, a gift for a dear friend … Continue reading

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Some thoughts (sprinkled with theology and home-grown photos). I. Food: The Foundation of All Economics These are the things I will argue: A) Food is the foundation of human society. B) A vibrant economy in any people group comes only … Continue reading

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Sourdough: the solution to all the world’s problems

We make our own bread products in this house, and rely heavily on commercial yeast from the grocery store. Not only is the stuff expensive, it’s not self-sustaining, since you have to keep buying it to keep making bread. I … Continue reading

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I Don’t Eat Well So I Can live to be 100

I don’t do much now-a-days except sit in a chair to feed and rock my new beautiful, sweet, precious, amazing, little boy. In doing this, I have alot of time to think. Lately, something’s been weighing heavily on my heart. … Continue reading

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Our Homebirth

Meet Saylor Jack Bechtold. His entrance into the world was not easy, but it was truly beautiful. We desire your prayers for the newest member of The Ozark House and the Bechtold family. Check back soon to read Nathan and … Continue reading

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Ornery Old Red

This is Old Red. He was a 4 year old Rhode Island Red that ran the animal world of the first poultry/livestock purchases we’ve made. Soon after he was instated as commander in chief, we brought up a new generation … Continue reading

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Head band/ear warmer thingy mabob.

So over this past weekend, as Taylor and I were in Texas visiting family,  my lovely mother-in-law showed me a cute head band/ear warmer that my sisters-in-law have and thought that i could make one.  Even though the ear warmers … Continue reading

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