Monday, April 12, 2021

Imperfect Foods, Home Based Almost Everything

Today I share the Imperfect Foods delivery, and talk a lot about teaching your children at home in a way that is appealing and enjoyable for you and your child.

What I wore at home:

Cotton dress made from Laura Ashley 1980's pattern, the same as in previous post.

With cotton cardigan:

With apron:

Here is a scripture for you today:

"Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us, to Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen." Ephesians 3:20-21.


1889wife said...

This is a stunning dress! The maroon color is so beautiful. I just love these talks, Lady Lydia. Thank you for the inspiration. You are a true blessing.

Lydia said...

It’s an honor to speak to all of my listeners.

Mrs. Logan said...

Thanks so much for the advice! I do have a problem with thinking I need to go along the public school schedule. I definitely need to be more creative. I am going to try. All of the things you do with your grandchildren and how you home schooled your children sound so neat and interesting. I love your dresses....I am going to learn how to sew better so I can make my own dresses. I am not fond of what's in the stores these day! Again, thanks for your advice! Blessings to you!

stephanie said...

Thank you Lydia for encouraging us during these difficult times. God is with us.

Lydia said...

Dear Lydia,

I loved the beautiful dress you wore today. The Lord has given you wonderful talents with sewing, teaching, and creativity. How grateful I am that you share them with us.😊

I am looking into the imperfect food website. Your unboxing really sparked my interest. I am all for less running into the stores to get what I need, and I am finding out that I rather prefer things being delivered right to my door.

Enjoy the rest of your week! ❤️Holly

Lydia said...

Something has to change in the current market system, to get me interested in going back. The way things are marketed changes every so often, and we are due for it. I remember when there were people selling merch in vans they would drive around the neighborhood. And I remember when stores looked nice and were pleasant to be inside of.

Janet W. said...

I so enjoyed your video and your dress. So creative you are!
Have a blessed week, Janet W.