Friday, February 25, 2022

A New Season and a Change of Plans


     A couple of weeks ago, I woke up and didn't want coffee.  That has only happened twice in my adult life.  Can you guess what would cause this very unusual sensation???

   If you guessed "baby", you would be correct!  Colton and I are very happy to be expecting Baby #3 in October! 

  My nausea seems to be less with each pregnancy, for which I am extremely grateful.  However, it is still quite unpleasant, and while I thought to announce a break, I know that after I came back, it would just be followed by more breaks.

  I know my blogging has been on again/off again, and that was never my intention as I set out (each time).  But the truth of the matter is that I am in a very busy season of my life, and I have come to the conclusion that the best thing for me right now is to say "goodbye". Not only is my current season a busy one, it is also very beautiful and fleeting.  I don't want to miss any of it (although it would be ok if we fast forwarded through the nausea)!  I hope you will understand and forgive such an abrupt end.  It is, at least, a happy ending.

  I enjoyed having my little blog, as short-lived as it was, and I really appreciate those of you who have left comments, given encouragement, and followed along.  I wish you all the best in your frugal homemaking endeavors, and hope we may perhaps meet at another place in Blog Land. 

With love,



  1. Congratulations! I think you have made a wise choice. Blessings to your little family!

  2. Kelsey, I'm so happy for you! The blogging world will miss you, but you are doing the right thing. Please stay in touch!

  3. Congratulations to you Kelsey and to your husband and children. What wonderful news. What a blessing from God. Lots of love, Bridget

  4. I recently found your blog, I hope you blog again soon. While I wait I will read all the old post! So, good to get to know you!

  5. I have only just found you too! Best wishes .


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