Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Carnival # 146 ~ "Thinking about Summer" Edition

Welcome to the May 17, 2010
"Thinking about Summer" Edition
of the homesteading carnival

You have to love those toddler years. Learning years. Confessions of a Homeschooler shares some ways her toddler is learning to use her resources wisely check her post She's getting resourceful.

Linda presents have you heard the news yet? at Prairie Flower Farm. A very fun and interesting way to introduce to her blog readers a new resident on the farm. You'll enjoy her presentation.

Renee Benzaim presents Guide to Compost Making, Compost Bins, Compost Tumblers, and Compost Crocks posted at Compost Tumblers & Compost Making, saying, "Compost tumblers can be an easy solution to your compost making if you are short on time or space, but compost bins and compost crocks are still good ways to have quality compost. Whichever way you compost, you are saving our landfills!"

The Cheap Vegetable Gardener presents 2-liter bottle upside down tomato planter posted at The Cheap Vegetable Gardener, saying, "Quick and easy project to grow some upside down tomato plants"

How about checking out Jennifer's Grow plants in any container over at Make it from Scratch.

Help your kids be crafty and grow their own garden with Garden to Go posted at Craftzine by Natalie. Try this little Green House craft posted at Family Fun with your kids.

Jolly Mom has a fun way to teach kid where food comes from. They just may learn. Once your done teaching them outside take them inside for a leason from The Backyard Grower presented Strawberry Preserves posted at Bobbie Whitehead. or maybe you'd like to try Laura's Homemade strawberry glaze or strawberry rhubarb pie both posted at Laura Williams' Musings. Krystyn has posted a Mouthwatering Strawberry Pie recipe at Really, are you Serious? OK. One last strawberry recipe - can you tell it's that time of the year? Nicole has posted a Strawberry Iced Tea Fizz recipe at Bless Their Hearts Mom.

presents The Only 5 Things You Need For A Newborn posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "A look at how one mother got away only having 5 items for her newborn...
Linda@NHE presents How To Use Essential Oils As Air Fresheners posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "A look at a simple DIY project - how you can make your own all natural air fresheners using essential oils.."

Fred Lee presents Warm Weather Means Splishing, Splashing and Swimmer's Ear posted at Parenting Squad.

Karen Eisenbraun presents Ecotherapy: Green Exercise Improves Health So Get The Family Outside posted at Healthy Theory.

mountain ann presents How to Make My Great Grandma's Famous Puzzle Potholder Part 1 posted at Triangle Pine, saying, "Howdy! Can I be a part of this?? :)"

ricky presents Manchester Pest Control Tips: The Top 6 Ways To Prevent Mice Infestations posted at Youngs Pest Control Blog, saying, "Manchester pest control is high on many speed dial lists all year round because of the seemingly increasing number of pests around. More and more infestations seem to occur every year and there are two common rodents that usually make the top pests lists. The first is rats but the second, and more common in domestic homes, is the mouse. Mice are not only an annoyance but can bring in all sorts of other bugs, viruses and problems. As such, you need to sort the problem out sooner rather than later."

That concludes this "Thinking about Summer" Edition.

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