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3 Ways to Bring Thanks Back to Thanksgiving - RedeemYourGround.com

Given that it’s Thanksgiving week we thought we’d share a few ideas that might not only encourage a more thankful cadence to things around your house this week, but may also give you something to do while your kids are home for break. Hope you enjoy them…Gobble-Gobble! 1. The Thankful Tree | RedeemYourGround.com This activity…The […]

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Easy Pumpkin Seed Recipes - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

With Halloween right around the corner, you, like me, may be gutting a pumpkin this weekend…transforming it into a jack-o-lantern. If so, I thought I’d re-post a post Britt did a couple of years ago about some pretty tasty pumpkin seed recipes. Happy Halloween Y’all, Okay…with Halloween 2014 behind us, I may be a day late […]

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[Driving down the road with my windows rolled down this past weekend…enjoying the amazing weather we’ve been having, I saw that the leaves were starting to change color. Which made me think of a post I did a couple of Novembers ago when they were on full display…in all their varied glory. On that post I answered the question “Why do leaves change color?” […]

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I'm So Glad It's October - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers. Oh Anne Shirley…I couldn’t agree with you more!  I completely share your sentiment!  October is THE BEST!  It is a much anticipated month for me…probably because fall is my most favorite season and October ushers in this favorite season of mine. I am […]

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Stamping with Okra - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

Here’s a little craftiness for you this Friday…using okra!  Yes…okra!  When you cut off the head of the okra there is such a charming and unique shape to be found inside the rough, elongated exterior that makes for an adorable stamp.  So if your garden is producing way too much okra that you just can’t […]

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