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There is no easy way to handle such a situation. Follow me on this one. Christmas morning is in a full frenetic state. Your kids have torn threw the Santa surprises and made light work of everything you so meticulously planned and anticipated for so long during the year. Wrapping paper is strewn across the […]Continue reading
Several years ago, even before we built our tiny house, we had heard from RVers, folks in mobile homes, and a tiny house person or two, that cooking – let alone baking – in a tiny house was next to impossible. It was discouraging news as both my wife and I enjoy cooking. I like […]Continue reading
According to HISTORY.com the history of the Christmas tree is a rather long one finding a root (see what I did there?) in numerous cultures over hundreds of years. In fact, “long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter. Just […]Continue reading