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It has been a rather extra-ordinary year. Here’s the story. Mr. H. and I decided that it was time to down-size and move closer to our family and friends in … Read More
You don’t even need to know how to macrame to have tons of spider plants in your house!
The world may seem to be in turmoil, but let’s not forget that the world is made up of people. People who visit silly little blogs. Peace.
When fairies move from glade to glade, they need boxes to help them organize their collected goods…
Expensive if I had sent each picture out to be canvas wrapped, when I can do this for $1.00 a print….why not?
Whenever my Dad gave my Mom a card, he would sign it with the sweetest little bunny face. Every card, every letter…for all of their married life, he would sign … Read More
Tag Archives: Ancient Egypt
After mummifying the chicken pharaoh, King Cluck, we made a sarcophagus and buried him in the garden. Click for the whole story of King Cluck.
Like 0 Google +1 0 Retweet 0 It turns out that many of you have been eagerly awaiting news of our recently deceased, and newly mummified Pharoah. In fact, King Cluck … Read More »
Senet is one of the oldest games in the world. It was played by Ancient Egyptians and is still played today. It’s a little like backgammon.
I can guarantee you will have lots of fun playing Senet, but you and the kids will really feel the pride of accomplishment if you make your own board.
Like 0 Google +1 0 Retweet 0 Days 4 and 5: Ancient Egypt Day (sorry for the Readers Digest version, but we had back-to-back camps. Don’t worry, I’ll catch up … Read More »