Monday, February 15, 2010

Carnival # 133 ~ "Almost Tuesday" Edition

Welcome to the February 15, 2010
"Almost Tuesday" Edition
of the homesteading carnival

Dana presents The joy of morning chores posted at Roscommon Acres.

Mountaineer Country presents No Power!!!! posted at Mountaineer Country.

Pamela Jorrick presents Artsy Mamas posted at Blah, Blah, Blog.

Dina-Marie Oswald presents Dimes2Vines posted at Dimes2Vines, saying, "Homemade mozzarella is fun to make and delicious! It can be made from whole or skim milk and is especially good from your family cow's milk!"

Abi presents Hot Ham and Cheese sandwich spread posted at lighter side.

Rose Denson presents CAYENNE: EMERGENCY USES posted at Grandma Rosie's Texas Home, saying, "An easy plant to grow and dry. Not only very tasty but lots of health benefits."

NHE presents How To Grow Blueberries In Your Home Garden posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "These are some simple tips to help you grow some great blueberries this year!"

Renee Benzaim presents Tools & Tips for Compost Making posted at Compost Tumblers & Compost Making, saying, "There are tried and true methods for compost making but, if you don't follow them, you'll end up with a mucky mess or a dried out pest farm. Here are some tips to help your compost be perfect."

"Can't get rid of that smell in the dishwasher well here's how to do it", check out Smell in Dishwasher How to Stop It posted at Home Life Weekly.

Sandra Lopez presents 101 Ways to Go Green In Your Dorm Room posted at Online Degree Top Online Degrees.

That concludes this "Almost Tuesday" edition.

Be sure to submit your blog article to the next edition of the homesteading carnival using our carnival submission form.



  • At February 16, 2010 at 12:52 PM , Blogger Shelly said...

    Have been following you for a little while now and want to say thank you for your beautiful photos and your wonderful thoughts. I am in a huge transition in my life right now and it is just one day at a time and I enjoy all the inspiration that others have to share. I use my blog as somewhat of a gratitude journal and as my eye on the prize so to speak and I love women who inspire which in turn empowers others. Many do not realize the impact that they have and I just wanted to share your little impact on me. Thank You and keep sharing those beautiful pics.
    Always, Shelly


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