Welcome you to the April 12, 2010
"Let's go to the Circus" Edition
of the homesteading carnival
Chocolate Cherry Candy Cakes posted at Two Southern Girls. These look irrestitable if you ask me.
Try your hand at Beef & Mushroom Lasagna that is posted @ Campbell's Kichen.Baking Soda And Water For Indigestion? posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "Indigestion affects just about everyone at some point in life. You’ve probably dealt with indigestion also, and you know just how uncomfortable it can be. There are many over the counter medicines to ease the discomfort that comes with indigestion. If you suffer from persistent indigestion, buying over the counter medications can get quite expensive..."
Ready, set, Go! The challenge is on by Heather posting at the Dollar Store site. Make your best Recycled Art Craft. Get the details here.
Gabbie @ Gabbie's Crafty Pudding has shared with us an easy way to make some cute winter shirts; however, I think a t-short or tank top for summer would take the place of the turtle neck real well. These are just adorable and what a way to cutesy up a T-shirt.
Mia Taylor presents 50 Free Games for Teaching Literacy Online posted at Online University Reviews, saying, "Anyone striving for an education must absolutely display some degree of literacy in the language of their classes. There are obviously far, far more than the 50 that are listed, which can be revealed through a quick search. However, the following activities provide an excellent place to start when it comes to a well-rounded educational supplement."
Fred Lee presents Reading Achievement and Environment: A Cozy Relationship posted at Parenting Squad.
MoneyNing presents 5 Tips for Remodeling Your Home the Smart Way posted at Money Ning, saying, "It's always good to maximize the benefits of each dollar. Here are a few ways to do so with a home remodel."
Do you live in the city and don't have much space for gardening? Do you like strawberries? Try this city version of a strawberry patch.
Renee Benzaim presents Bokashi ? Use it with Your Compost Tumblers posted at Compost Tumblers & Compost Making, saying, "Bokashi is an alternative method for making compost that "pickles" your kitchen refuse in less than two weeks, making it ready for your garden quickly."
Laura presents A farm? posted at Living Our Way.
That concludes this "Let's go to the Circus" Edition.
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