“Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him.”

~ Aldous Huxley


Apple Peel Jelly

Go on over to Feelin’ Feminine for the recipe for this apple jelly.

Toilet paper wedding dresses!  Aren’t they amazing?

A pretty hairpiece…

And something you can try at home to spruce up your bathroom…

…you can go HERE to learn how to do it!

Wedding dress pictures from Cheap-Chic-Weddings.com.  Depending on your style, you may not appreciate all of the pictures…as we girls like to say, they forgot to finish the dress! 😀  It really is amazing though what they have done with the toilet paper!

One night during supper, Isaiah had his mouth full of meat, chewing and chewing and chewing.  After a while he told Susannah, “I keep chewing and it won’t go gone!”

Noah heard that Jessica had had a pumpkin pie Blizzard, and so he was telling us all that she had a “ponkin pie lizzard!”

One night we were petting the kittens (or trying to, they kept going under the bush hog mower, out of our reach!) and Noah said that the kittens liked going under the “blender thing” 😀

Bekah was making a check off list for Noah on the computer and Charissa and Noah were behind her coming up with everything Noah had to do in a day.  While they were thinking, Charissa said, “We have to come up with something else Noah has to do!”

There must have been an empty space on the list 😀

Then they thought of “clear off table”.  While Bekah was typing it, Charissa and Noah were tryign to figure out how to spell it.  Noah said, “Clear…K-L…” 😀  It was cute hearing him try to spell a word!

The Seven Sisters Treasures is a weekly post where we share some of our favorite things.  We try and post every Friday.   Hope you enjoy!  ~The Farmgirls

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8 thoughts on “Seven Sisters Treasures #58

  • November 19, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    um…the videos don’t show up…………i wonder where you got the toilet paper idea from??!!?? 😛 haha jk! i can’t wait for tomorrow!!! oh yes and thank you for updating 🙂 and sorry we haven’t…we are er working on that kinda sorta 😀 haha!!
    see ya!
    ~mary ?

  • November 22, 2010 at 7:50 pm

    Alice was AMAZING!!!! Thanks so much for sharing! I love your blog. I just found it recently through Etsy ( I also have an Etsy page: BriannasBeadwork.). Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

    God Bless,
    ? Brianna ?

    • November 22, 2010 at 9:04 pm

      Oh, and by the way did you notice that on Etsy you can have coupon codes now!
      I am so excited about that! :o)

      God Bless,
      ? Brianna ?

        • November 23, 2010 at 4:11 pm

          Your welcome!

          I wanted to ask who tatted those BEAUTIFUL bookmarks? When I was nine or ten I went to a Victorian Festival, there was a lady there that taught me how to tat. I lost my tatting needle though, it is probably in my drawer of special junk. LOL! Now, you have inspired me to get out a few library books on tatting! Thanks!

          God Bless,

  • November 24, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    She did a WONDERFUL job! How long did it take to make?

    Do any of you crochet? I just crocheted a hat but I used the
    wrong crochet hook, so the hat is WAY smaller than intended!
    It won’t even fit my 1 1/2 year old brother! (Not that he would
    want to wear it anyways…since it is pink!) I decided that I
    would put it in my hope chest.

    Then I had the great idea to make baby booties to go along
    with the hat, so I searched on YouTube for a pattern. I followed
    all of the directions to the “baby” booties pattern. Guess what
    happened… It was a pattern for TODDLERS! And the bootie is
    WAY too big for my 3 year old sister! It was quite funny!
    Maybe I should stick to scarves… LOL!

    Have a GREAT Thanksgiving.

    God Bless,

    • November 24, 2010 at 12:30 pm

      Thank you! I could get one done in a day if I didn’t have much else to do 🙂

      I am the “main crochet-er” of the family. I mostly make doilies, but a couple of months ago I made 7 (or was it 10?) hats 🙂



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