Thursday, February 24, 2011

SUPER FUN GIVEAWAY OVER AT PRAIRIE FLOWER FARM

Hi everyone,
This will be a short post today. Oh, goody, Linda over at Prairie Flower Farm is hosting a super fun giveaway for a Gooseberry Patch Cookbook..it's brand new....and a hand-sewn by Linda coupon organizer. There are three colors to choose from, if you win the giveaway. So head on over there, tell her I sent you, and enter for a chance to win. Her giveaways are always so much fun...and it's a lot of fun to read everyones comments :) :)

I DIDN'T WANT MY   POST TO BE WITHOUT SOME SORT OF PHOTO TODAY. THIS WAS TAKEN ON FEBRUARY 21ST.

Let's see what else is going on today. My homemade laundry powder has done 13 loads of laundry so far...an I'm thinking it's going to last me a LONG, LONG time. This is awesome!!!

I have to do some paperwork for unemployment. It's not fun, but necessary!!!  I'm still job hunting. I'm also trying to figure out how I can earn some money from my knitting, since I'm passionate about that, too. Your prayers would be appreciated. Also if you have any advice about starting a small/home-based business, I'd appreciate it :) :)

That's the news from Oregon today. Love and hugs, Heather :)

9 comments:

Sue said...

Hi Heather, I will go and see what is going on at Lind's, thanks.
The scenery in your photo is breath taking! I wish I could give you some advice about starting a home based business, but there are a lot of bloggers who do, and like you are so gifted with their hands. I think it is a wonderful idea!
Hugs, Sue

LV said...

Your photo is absolutely beautiful. Nothing better than a mountain with a blue sky as a back drop.

Patti said...

Your photo is beautiful!!! I don't think I've seen blue sky except for about 30 times since way back in october!! Vincent Van Gogh said, "I never get tired of the blue sky." I SO agree with him, and I really struggle with the gray skies of winter. I thrive on blue sky and sunshine.

Anyhow, Gooseberry Patch cookbooks are fabulous. I don't think one can ever have too many of them.

Have a wonderful day.

Love,
Patti

aimee said...

I'm glad to hear you are thinking of making some extra money from your knitting as I think you are quite talented! Good luck:)
Gorgeous mountains you have there--I have loved them for a long, long time and look forward to seeing them again!
Blessings,
Aimee

Rebecca said...

I've been to Linda's, too.

I have no advice to give re. the home-based business. I've READ a lot about it from various sources. One of the things I remember reading repeatedly is that you should do something you are passionate about!

Sheila said...

What a gorgeous part of the country you live in!! Good luck starting a home based business. My daughter and I have thought of doing that too but we don't know how to get started. Wish we were closer, I'd pay you to show me how to knit socks--I've done one pair but I'm not confident with myself. I learn better with hands-on instruction. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Take care.

A Gypsy Angel/Stamperbee said...

Hi Heather,
You ought to at least post your knitting for sale on your blog. I went and signed up for the giveaway you talked about. I am trying to come up with new menu ideas. I hope you have a nice day, Hugs, Kim

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Thank you for your prayers on behalf of my little granddaughter, Heather! It means so much to me!
Praying you get a job soon too. Enjoy your weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Jill said...

Hi Heather! Awesome picture! :-)

You would do well with a home based business. It requires a lot of record keeping! Then you have to file your own taxes too. I did this when I sold Avon and Mary Kay.
Have you thought about an Etsy store? :-) You are definitely talented enough!

Thanks for visiting me today! I got the coupon organizer at Staples and I love it! I did a post about it when I first got it, it's awesome! :-)

Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!!

Blessings,
Jill