That compost looks beautiful!!(So do all of your children's creations too) But that compost. With the long winters here there isn't too much going on in the soil, but we do keep a rich layer of straw in the chicken coop and there is some good stuff brewing on the bottom layer for the gardens.Warm wishes, Tonya
I LOVE this kind of learning!
What a lovely snippet! The scarves are beautiful and I just marvel at all the wonderful activities and life you all create. Such happiness abounds!
You have all been busy, as always! The soil looks so nice and rich. I always wanted to make a compost pile and am thinking about finally do it.
don't you just love learning at home. lovely!
So nice to get inspiration by checking what others are doing..And I ALWAYS get some at the dell..;)
I'm so impressed that Joey sticks with crocheting to the end. My girls can never finish knitting anything because they get tired of it before it's done! And she's really good at it too!I love terrariums...as soon as spring hits here, I think we'll make some too. :0)
sounds like you've all been very busy - what great hands on learning. That star - just a wonderful creation - what a beautiful piece to have decorate your home.
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