Archive for July, 2014

Pennsylvania Omnibus only $.99 !

Amish Sci-Fi, oh yeah! It’s what all the cool kids are reading. 😉

I’ve read the first part of this book and it’s awesome! Really looking forward to reading the rest.

Only $.99 and only today at that price!

This price is for the Kindle edition; however, if you do not have a Kindle, Amazon offers apps for other devices. I use the Kindle app on my desktop and have never had a problem downloading and enjoying ebooks from them.

I’ve got mine…now go get yours!

Pennsylvania Omnibus (Complete Novel)

‘Til next time,

Amazon Deals

Normally, I’m too busy to open the email notifications from Amazon on current deals. Today, I decided to take some time and cruise through some of the pages and see what I could find. Here’s what I found that interested me:


Happy Tot Organic Baby Food, Butternut Squash and Apple, 4.22-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16)

Cast Iron Cookware

Lodge L9OG3 Pre-Seasoned Round Griddle, 10.5-inch

Lodge L10SK3 Pre-Seasoned Skillet, 12-Inch

Lodge L2SP3 Cast Iron Serving Pot, Black, 2-Quart

Lodge L17SK3 Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet, 17-inch

Lodge Pro-Logic P7A3 Cast-Iron Aebleskiver Pan


This 1.5 liter 1000-watt electric tea kettle with brushed stainless steel finish features an illuminated power indicator, automatic shut-off for dual protection when boiling or dry and an overheat shut-off.

Portable Canvas Heavy Duty Log Carrier Makes Moving Logs Easy

Elegant Garden Design 18-inch Rooster, Steel Silhouette with Rusty Patina

That’s all for now. Hopefully you found something to interest you too! (Remember, these are affiliate links.)

‘Til next time,

Wooden Plates

The goal is to have one for each family member. Here is one of our daughters using one. I think she was eating fried potatoes and eggs with chopsticks. 🙂


Here is the plate by itself.


So far, they are for our own personal use. Guess you could say we’re doing “quality control testing” for a possible future retail product. 😉 The children are quite taken with them at the moment…harkens back to the wooden trenchers of the past that we’ve read about during history lessons.

What do you think? Would you use a wooden plate?

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