Saturday, January 30, 2021

Nice Surroundings

Please enjoy your home while you listen to today's Homemaking Radio:

Things I have been viewing this week:

Montana Haven
Celebrating Appalachia
Dan Sheekoz
Ghost Town Living

Thursday, January 28, 2021

Values in Home Living

Hello Everyone, Please enjoy your home today while you listen.

Top photo: Teapot by Grace’s Tea Ware, from Home Goods

Monday, January 25, 2021

Stewardship at Home

Please enjoy your day at home while you listen:

I read from these two books:

The theme today was about the meaning of stewardship in the home. 

This same video is also available on Rumble.

Saturday, January 23, 2021

Heart in the Routine

Today I discuss putting heart into homemaking.

Today's teacup:

Stechcol, Gracie Bone China

Illustrations from 1990's publication "Victorian Sampler"

I hope you will consider taking on some of my personal challenges to benefit from captivity, by coming out of the other side of it
Orderly in the Home

There are many convenient ways to learn these things, right at your fingertips.

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Comments From Captivity

Please enjoy your work today while you listen.

In the video, I transposed the words "older women" with "younger women."  It should be the opposite. 

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Paper Bag Covers

Hello.  I have mentioned the many uses of paper bags in the home, particularly the strong thick grocery bags. We are all getting a good stash of these, so today I am showing one of the uses.

I am using the tiny gift size bags but you can use the bigger bags with this innovative craft.
Fold the upper edge of the bag to the inside, and then crease the folded part with your hands to have a smooth edge.

Make a lifting “handle” by doubling a flower or a heart and pasting part of it flat on the top of the bag, with another doubly glued piece for lifting. 
For those of you who have sturdy scrapbooking card stock weight papers, a single layer will be strong enough for the handle.

Here’s how the folded bag looks on the inside.

I used these to cover individual plates of food when I’m preparing a tea. It keeps tea sandwiches from dying out while I wait for the guests.

This idea might work for other things, too.

I hope to talk to you soon!


Saturday, January 16, 2021

Wednesday, January 13, 2021


Please enjoy your time keeping up with things at home, while you listen to today's talk.

Page From Time Line of Political Events
in the Life of Christ

Friday, January 08, 2021

Save Your Mind and Emotions for Your Own Family

Please enjoy your home keeping while you listen to some more ideas for captives today!
The challenges for tomorrow are listed at the end of the post.

Please join me for my personal challenge tomorrow, or substitute your own:

Dress Up
Set the tea table
Make a savory soup
Make a list of necessary work that includes something you would love to do.
Find out what it means to "build one another up" (Ist Thessalonians 5:11)  teach it and apply it to the family.
Save your adrenalin for yourself and your family. Don't give it away to upsetting media reports. Use your time for something beautiful and have something to show for your time.

The room I sat in while broadcasting Homemaking Radio

The outfit I wore:

The card I made:

Books I mentioned:

Christian Charm Course by Emily Hunter
Adrenal Fatigue by James L. Wilson
How to Draw, Paint & Craft With Your Creative Grandkids - ordered from Current catalog online

Wednesday, January 06, 2021

God's Hand is My Pillow

Please enjoy your home and whatever you need to do, while you listen. Today's episode is only about 30 minutes but maybe you can get a few things completed while it plays.


Since the video was not very long, I'll include a link here for the X22 Report for those of you who
want to keep up with the state of the country, without using the news media:

The current report is at the top, on this link. 

This report puts it all together so well without being as upsetting as the news media.

Tuesday, January 05, 2021

Monday, January 04, 2021

Expect the Best at Home

Greetings Everyone,

Please enjoy your homemaking while you listen to today's video.

Here are some points I mentioned:

Look Inward
Look Outward
Look Upward