So, I guess it's time to fess up I quit going to the gym. It's not that I couldn't cut it, but really, I prefer to do things quietly in the fortitude of my own home. Plus, if I had my significant other tell me how to breath properly one more time, it was going to bring our newly mended relationship to a crumbling halt. Okay, yeah. I breath wrong. I breath in during the hard part and out during the easy part. If I still hurt the next day, you can't tell me exercise doesn't work if I'm breathing wrong. Just saying.
Anyhow, the day after I posted an article with a few gardening projects
I stumbled across another I just wanted to share. It's an indoor project, but it's simple, sweet and can be made for yourself or even by the kids as a Mother's Day gift. It's suggested as a project for wedding favors, but I'm staying far away from those for a very long long time. Divorce tends to make weddings scary even if you didn't actually have a wedding your first go round.
I seem to have plenty of moss growing out back on my dad's old shed should you need a hand at finding some. Apparently moss loves old roofing shingles situated under shady trees. Who would have guessed?
Also, don't forget I have a new contest up for this spring for a chance to win five handmade soaps! The first four shea butter soaps up for grabs are my latest and greatest - Unscented Banana Oatmeal Shea Butter Soap, Blue Mountain Rose Shea Butter Soap, Summer Honeysuckle Shea Butter Soap, Natural Lemon Mint Shea Butter Soap - but the fifth is entirely the winner's choice! You can enter that contest here
through the end of April if you reside in the United States.