Many of us work hard most of our adult life and look forward to retirement. However, transitioning to retirement can be a little challenging for some of us. In this post, I offer some suggestions and advice for those preparing for or who have recently retired.
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I am always amazed how paint, ribbon, and a wreath can totally update an old window. We purchased two of these windows at a thrift store many years ago.
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This post shows you each step for chalk painting a dresser, which includes, sanding, chalk painting, sanding off the chalk paint in strategic spots, and sealing with polyurethane.
Below is a before picture of the oak dresser. This was my husband’s childhood dresser.
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My recent passion is growing beautiful flowers and I am also venturing into gardening. Composting is a vital part of this process. In this post, I will share the purpose of composting, things to put in your compost, what not to put in your compost, containers or areas for composting, the magic formula for composting, and how to use compost. (I will continue to update this post with additional composting tips.)
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These old windows came from the first house we renovated; the house was in Cullman, Alabama, and built in 1937 so these windows are old. Continue reading “Chalk Painting and Hanging Three Old Windows” Share This:Follow Life with Neal and Suz:
I like the basketweave crochet stitch because it has texture and depth. It is also reversible which makes it perfect for items in which both sides will be seen, such as a scarf. Continue reading “How to Crochet a Basketweave Scarf” Share This:Follow Life with Neal and Suz:
Initially, we made this casserole as a dip (perfect with tortilla or corn chips) without the chicken and penne pasta. Recently, Neal added chicken and penne pasta and . . .
Voila! Neal created a delicious casserole! Check out the recipe below.
So, if you want a yummy dip, don’t add the chicken and pasta. If you want a yummy casserole that also freezes well, add chicken and penne pasta. Continue reading “Spinach Artichoke and Chicken Casserole” Share This:Follow Life with Neal and Suz:
This casserole is easy to make and yummy to eat! Check out the recipe below. Continue reading “Chicken Fajita Baked Pasta Recipe” Share This:Follow Life with Neal and Suz:
We enjoy snow skiing as a family and as empty-nesters.
We ski at Sugar Mountain Resort in Sugar Mountain (outside of Banner Elk ) North Carolina. We started going when our children were in elementary school and have since gone as a family with our adult children.
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I love to crochet! This adorable baby beanie with bear ears took me about an hour to make.
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