Tag: recycling

  • Hankies and Bandanas

    Hankies are a necessary staple at our house. We have stacks of them and there’s one in every pickup and car. My husband and I also both carry one around in our coat pockets as well. The ones in the vehicles come in handy for other things besides blowing one’s nose into. They’ve become good…

  • Cutoffs

      Shorts made from cutting off the pant legs are the quintessential country girl’s style. I love my cutoff shorts. Whenever I’m not doing ranch-related work that requires wearing jeans, I like to wear cutoff shorts rather than store-bought ones. I prefer cutoffs because they were formerly my comfortable and favorite jeans and I can…

  • What I Made My Kids For Christmas: T-Shirt Quilts

    The one gift I was most excited about giving my kids this year were the t-shirt quilts I made for them. I could hardly wait until Christmas for them to open these gifts. I had wanted to make one for a long time and I’m not sure why I was hesitant. They went together very…

  • Ice Cream: A Necessary Staple on the Kirk Ranch

    Our family goes through a ton of ice cream (specifically, chocolate chip or vanilla) and it’s a good thing, because I don’t know what we would do without all the ice cream buckets we use for different things. A gallon of ice cream usually lasts my family 2-3 weeks and once everybody’s enjoyed a gallon’s…

  • Mary Jane’s Farm Magazine Makes Waiting for Tanks to Fill Enjoyable

    Recently, my girlfriend Sadonna recycled her Mary Jane’s Farm magazines by passing them on to me. She gave me three issues and I haven’t been able to part with them yet to pass onto someone else because they’re so good! For any of you guys out there who might be reading, Mary Jane’s Farm magazine…