Thank you so much for the touching comment you wrote on my blog. You are right - very few people understand what it is like to move as many times as you and I have, the highs and lows and general stress of it.We are contemplating yet another move. My husband has been offered a job in Rome, GA. To be honest, I'm struggling this time. All the other moves have had some element of adventure and looking forward to something new. But we've been in Fort Smith for 4 years - twice as long as we have lived anywhere else - and I've gotten much more connected here. When you put down roots and really "bloom where you're planted," it can be painful to be uprooted. But as I've also learned, if a move isn't the least bit painful, then something has gone wrong.Anyway, I didn't mean to write a short novel. :) I just wanted to let you know how much your comment meant to me. I needed to be reminded of my own words ... and God's faithfulness. If you ever want to chat about moving and such, or homeschooling, or whatever, my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org, or I am (constantly) on Facebook: Laura Pearson Baggett.
Hi. My name is Vicky, but you may know me as Mrs. Non-Typical (Mrs. NT) from Homestead Community Post. You’ve probably seen my cookbook on the Post. It’s called Pieces of the Past (POTP). It’s loaded with over 400 pages of recipes including grocery staples that you can make yourself. I’m trying to get the word out about the cookbook and I can’t think of anyone better than members of the homestead community.I was thinking that I could give you a complimentary digital copy for review. If would be great if you found a recipe (or recipes) that you loved and wanted to blog about (giving POTP a shout out and a complimentary link). In return, I’d be happy to share your blog on my Recommended Resources page. Here’s the link to my website: http://www.piecesofthepastcookbook.com/. If you’re interested, let me know and I’ll send you a link to download your copy of Pieces of the Past Cookbook. Thanks for your consideration, Vicky