Thought I’d try a different kind of post this time. Not much to read. Instead, I wanted to share some photos I took in early October. We took a weekend trip with the in-laws to a cabin in Wisconsin, right on Bone Lake. While there, we took a few hours to explore nearby Straight LakeContinue reading “Fall Lake Photos!”
Bear Maked is no longer my full-time job. Does that mean I failed? Did the business fail? I don’t really know how to judge it. Do I feel like I failed? No, not at all.
While chatting with some buddies about a month ago, we got to discussing alternate uses for the Cricut Mug Press. Took me some time to convince the wife that it wasn’t a completely ridiculous thing to do. (Fine, to be completely transparent, she still thinks it’s ridiculous). But we picked one up this past weekend.Continue reading “Cricut Mug Press – Make more than mugs!”
I’m doing what I can to help support these majestically floofy creatures. Read on to find out how.
I had a weird idea about midwives a while back. That’s a weird thing to say, I know. But bear with me here…
I’ve wanted to come back and post on here for a bit now. But I wasn’t sure how. Not in a logical or mechanical sense. I remember how to open up a web browser…
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