I hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

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  1. Newlyfrugal says:

    Kayla, if you are fortunate enough to find your significant other in college, then you will have a headstart in life! It is much easier to plan your future and career after you settle the question of whom to marry. You don’t have to play the dating game, go to bars, go on blind dates, wonder if he will call again, etc. Of course, you must both be content and certain that you are right for each other. It makes no sense to rush into a lifelong commitment.

    The fact that Spencer washes dishes, cleans the kitchen, and mops the floor is a testament to his parents’ good rearing. In my family, my mother taught all her children (sons and daughters) to do household chores. I have met people of both genders who don’t know how to do chores because no one ever taught them. When you see Spencer’s parents, thank them for raising a son who can help you in the house.

  1. September 13, 2012

    […] When a pair of pants is truly worn through I save what I can for future patches and repairs.  Spencer hooks tools on his back pocket so they are usually in pretty bad shape.  I save the left pockets to replace the right ones when they wear out.  The knees of pants are stretched and scuffed from crawling in tight spaces so I save the back of the pants for patch fabric.  I have also replaced zippers. […]

  2. March 13, 2013

    […] familiar? These are the Carhartt work pants that I replaced the zipper in more than two years […]

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