Simple Farmhouse Life

Transform your home into a simple farmhouse--no matter where you live--with this beautiful guide to slow living.

Author: Lisa Bass

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781493042753

Category: House & Home

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Transform your home into a simple farmhouse--no matter where you live--with this beautiful guide to slow living. Country girl and popular blogger Lisa Bass shares her favorite hearty recipes, handmade projects, and tips for natural living that she uses in her own from-scratch life. Slow down and enjoy the simplicity of a country lifestyle with recipes and projects such as: Natural Kitchen: rosemary lemon foaming dish soap, stonewashed linen apron, market tote Handmade Décor: pillow covers from reclaimed materials, dipped beeswax candles, linen ruffle throw blanket Natural Body: chamomile body butter, lavender calendula salve, relaxing bath soak and body mist Natural Laundry: essential oil spot remover, wool dryer balls, lavender linen spray Natural Cleaning: orange dusting spray, glass cleaner Farmhouse Cooking: cast iron sourdough cinnamon roll, orange cream kefir smoothie, roasted red pepper and tomato soup Gardening: windowsill herb garden, cut flower garden, essential oil pest spray
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Natural Remedies for Your Home Health

In our family and friend group, she is the go-to gal for all things essential oils and natural living. ... Lisa Bass Founder of the blog Farmhouse on Boone and author of Simple Farmhouse Life My Story My name is Laura, ...

Author: Laura Ascher

Publisher: Mango Media Inc.

ISBN: 9781642505498

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 270

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Natural Remedies and DIY Cleaners for a Safer, Natural Home Natural Remedies for Your Home & Health is a guidebook for using essential oils to keep your household naturally healthy and clean. It includes simple homemade recipes for everyday purposes: skincare, haircare, cleaning, and medicine, with a few extra natural remedies along the way! Revamp your entire home with natural, safer products. Natural Remedies for Your Home & Health contains a wealth of information about natural essential oils, what they are, how they work, and how to use them safely. In this book, find several simple recipes for clean beauty products, and even everyday cleaning products. All of these practical recipes can be used on a regular basis. Plus, discover natural health tips and learn how to make some swaps in the laundry room that will save you time and money! 100 DIY all-natural recipes, numerous natural living tips, and valuable essential oil education―this book has it all. In Natural Remedies for Your Home & Health, author Laura Ascher, the wellness advocate and essential oils expert behind the blog and YouTube channel Our Oily House, teaches you how to: • Use essential oils safely and effectively to create a more natural lifestyle for your family • Feel empowered to put together homemade skincare products, haircare products, and DIY cleaners • Use essential oils for natural remedies for common ailments, and more! Readers of natural home and essential oil books like The Healing Power of Essential Oils, Clean Mama’s Guide to a Healthy Home, or Simply Living Well will love Natural Remedies for Your Home & Health.
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The Story of My Life

I was delighted to find Lady Pelham there, always so radiant and cordial, and so perfectly simple. ... but the man who did them must have been charming, such a simple lover of farmhouse life, appleorchards, and old-fashioned gardens, ...

Author: Augustus J. C Hare

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783752391268

Category: Fiction

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Reproduction of the original: The Story of My Life by Augustus J. C Hare
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Modern Farmhouse Made Easy

This book captures the best of this white-hot aesthetic, with 192 pages chock full of fresh decorating ideas, shopping finds, and DIY projects.

Author: Caroline McKenzie

Publisher: Centennial Books

ISBN: 1951274601

Category: House & Home

Page: 192

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Whether they own an honest-to-goodness farmhouse or are suburbanites, or even city dwellers, looking to carve out a slice of the simple life, readers of Modern Farmhouse Made Easy will be inspired to create rooms that make their family and friends want to sit and stay awhile. It’s warm, it’s approachable and it’s here to stay. You can bet the farm(house) on it. Farmhouses are having a moment. The likes of HGTV’s mega-hit Fixer Upper have propelled once niche terms such as “shiplap” and “apron front sink” to the top of everyone’s décor wish list. And for good reason. Unlike many hard-to-attain decorating trends, modern farmhouse style is all about finding the beauty in the everyday. Farmhouses, by their nature, are meant to accommodate a crowd and take a beating. The modern farmhouse movement emphasizes that utilitarian tradition with inviting spaces that are as comfortable and functional as they are eye-pleasing. This book captures the best of this white-hot aesthetic, with 192 pages chock full of fresh decorating ideas, shopping finds, and DIY projects. From real-life houses to perfect paint colors, this book brims with clever, expert-approved ways to infuse a home with country charm.
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Home Made Lovely

Her practical advice made me realize a home doesn't have to be perfectly styled, expensive, or redone with every trend to be a cozy, happy refuge for the people I love most!” —LISA BASS, author of Simple Farmhouse Life “I loved reading ...

Author: Shannon Acheson

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9781493428229

Category: Religion

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Everyone wants a home that is beautiful and clutter free. But most of us are unsure how to get there without breaking the bank. Popular interior designer Shannon Acheson takes the guesswork out of creating a lovely home. Home Made Lovely is a mind-set: decorating should be about those who live there, rather than making your home into a magazine-worthy spread. Shannon walks you through how to · decorate in a way that suits your family's real life · declutter in seven simple steps · perform a house blessing to dedicate your home to God · be thankful for your current home and what you already have · brush up on hospitality with more than 20 actionable ideas that will make anyone feel welcome and loved in your home In Home Made Lovely, Shannon meets you right where you are on your home-decorating journey, helping you share the peace of Christ with family members and guests.
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The Story of My Life Volumes 4 6

... pictures are not beautiful, buttheman who didthemmust havebeen charming, such a simple lover of farmhouse life,apple orchards, andoldfashioned gardens, withaglory of flowers —all theright kinds of flowers blooming together.

Author: Augustus J. C. Hare

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465581969

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off the path and straight into the woods

I think He lives in a simple farmhouse clean, but cluttered His home is deep peace. busy, but unrushed, ... I think He lives God in a ball cap part 3 somewhere in Union County, surrounded by tall, green corn with life abundant a living ...

Author: C. L. Martin

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 9781478745808

Category: Poetry

Page: 38

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This new and unique approach to writing and reading poetry features multiple ways to read the same poem, each with unique and distinctive sub-themes. Outstanding traditional poetry is also mixed in for an overall great poetry read. Experience poetry anew!
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Nuri s Quest The Angel s Fang

I grew spiritually living in that simple farmhouse with those gentle people. I would love nothing more than to live on that farm again with a family of peaceful farmers who live in harmony with the earth and the creatures who share it ...

Author: Phoenix Raven

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781312262409

Category: Fiction

Page: 234

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The land of Nyir was harsh and unforgiving to all, but seemed it was even harsher yet to one particular young woman. Nuri has suffered painful tragedies her entire life. Everyone she had ever loved seemed to meet a terrible end. Even her adopted family of thieves was no longer in her life. She was alone and filled with anger. This is the tale of Nuri's Quest: The Angel's Fang, written by Phoenix Raven. Experience the magical land of Nyir filled with goblins, pixies and other strange magical creatures
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Profiles in Wisdom

He lives in a simple farmhouse onthe St. Regis Indian Reservation alongside the St. Lawrence Seaway in Hogansburg, New York. He is a family man, a father with four children. He is also a teacher—a traditional teacher of the Great Law.

Author: Steven McFadden

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781469717654

Category: Religion

Page: 260

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Taking the lead from John F. Kennedy's Pulitzer Prize winning Profiles in Courage, Steven McFadden presents the stories and thinking of 17 Native American spiritual elders. As our existing culture shifts, what do the ancient ones who have been trained in the sacred traditions of Turtle Island (America) have to say to us? With this question and others, journalist McFadden begins his quest to speak with contemporary Native American elders. The elders offer penetrating and poetic insight on a host of crucial matters.
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The Problem of the Missing Miss

None of the blocks of houses built to accommodate the Prince Regent's courtiers was allowed to overshadow this enormous tribute to Chinoiserie that had begun life as a simple farmhouse. Having bought the building to enjoy the rustic ...

Author: Roberta Rogow

Publisher: Overamstel Uitgevers

ISBN: 9789049980283

Category: Fiction

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By the English seaside, two literary legends team up to find a young lady who has disappeared Once a playground for the British nobility, by the mid-1880s Brighton has become a haven for middle-class vacationers. Shabbier than it was, and darker around the edges, it is nonetheless a fitting place for a young doctor’s honeymoon. But no sooner has Arthur Conan Doyle stepped off the train than he encounters a mystery. A teenage girl has vanished from the railway terminal, and the elderly Reverend Dodgson—better known by his pen name, Lewis Carroll—is searching for her. Doyle will do whatever it takes to rescue the missing miss from the clutches of a coastal criminal, even if it means putting his honeymoon in danger. In Sherlock Holmes and Alice in Wonderland, Arthur Conan Doyle and Lewis Carroll created two of Victorian England’s most remarkable characters, but neither could ever have imagined the trouble they would find on Brighton Pier.
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740 Park

Though he lived in the same simple farmhouse most of his life, John Insley Blair was, like Moses Taylor and George Mason, one of the richest men in America. The unschooled child of Scottish immigrants, he opened a general store in New ...

Author: Michael Gross

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 9780307418760

Category: Social Science

Page: 576

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For seventy-five years, it’s been Manhattan’s richest apartment building, and one of the most lusted-after addresses in the world. One apartment had 37 rooms, 14 bathrooms, 43 closets, 11 working fireplaces, a private elevator, and his-and-hers saunas; another at one time had a live-in service staff of 16. To this day, it is steeped in the purest luxury, the kind most of us could only imagine, until now. The last great building to go up along New York’s Gold Coast, construction on 740 Park finished in 1930. Since then, 740 has been home to an ever-evolving cadre of our wealthiest and most powerful families, some of America’s (and the world’s) oldest money—the kind attached to names like Vanderbilt, Rockefeller, Bouvier, Chrysler, Niarchos, Houghton, and Harkness—and some whose names evoke the excesses of today’s monied elite: Kravis, Koch, Bronfman, Perelman, Steinberg, and Schwarzman. All along, the building has housed titans of industry, political power brokers, international royalty, fabulous scam-artists, and even the lowest scoundrels. The book begins with the tumultuous story of the building’s construction. Conceived in the bubbling financial, artistic, and social cauldron of 1920’s Manhattan, 740 Park rose to its dizzying heights as the stock market plunged in 1929—the building was in dire financial straits before the first apartments were sold. The builders include the architectural genius Rosario Candela, the scheming businessman James T. Lee (Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s grandfather), and a raft of financiers, many of whom were little more than white-collar crooks and grand-scale hustlers. Once finished, 740 became a magnet for the richest, oldest families in the country: the Brewsters, descendents of the leader of the Plymouth Colony; the socially-registered Bordens, Hoppins, Scovilles, Thornes, and Schermerhorns; and top executives of the Chase Bank, American Express, and U.S. Rubber. Outside the walls of 740 Park, these were the people shaping America culturally and economically. Within those walls, they were indulging in all of the Seven Deadly Sins. As the social climate evolved throughout the last century, so did 740 Park: after World War II, the building’s rulers eased their more restrictive policies and began allowing Jews (though not to this day African Americans) to reside within their hallowed walls. Nowadays, it is full to bursting with new money, people whose fortunes, though freshly-made, are large enough to buy their way in. At its core this book is a social history of the American rich, and how the locus of power and influence has shifted haltingly from old bloodlines to new money. But it’s also much more than that: filled with meaty, startling, often tragic stories of the people who lived behind 740’s walls, the book gives us an unprecedented access to worlds of wealth, privilege, and extraordinary folly that are usually hidden behind a scrim of money and influence. This is, truly, how the other half—or at least the other one hundredth of one percent—lives.
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The Governors

She, who had lived all her life in a simple farmhouse, where every one worked, and a single servant was regarded as a luxury, found herself suddenly in the palace of a millionaire, a palace made perfect by the despoilment of more than ...

Author: E. Phillips Oppenheim

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: EAN:4064066245009

Category: Fiction

Page: 230

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"The Governors" by E. Phillips Oppenheim. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
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E PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM 72 Novels 100 Short Stories Illustrated Edition

... by this first contact with all the distracting influences of a great city, she was even more distraught by the wonder and magnificence of these, her more immediate surroundings. She, who had lived all her life in a simple farmhouse, ...

Author: E. Phillips Oppenheim

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: 9788075838407

Category: Fiction

Page: 1880

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This carefully edited collection of E. Phillips Oppenheim has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Table of Contents: NOVELS The Great Impersonation The Double Traitor The Yellow House The Black Box The Devil's Paw A Maker Of History The New Tenant Mr. Grex Of Monte Carlo A Monk Of Cruta The Cinema Murder A Modern Prometheus Berenice The Box With Broken Seals Expiation The Ghosts Of Society The Yellow Crayon The Golden Beast The Peer And The Woman To Win The Love He Sought False Evidence Mr. Marx's Secret The Great Secret The Double Life Of Mr Alfred Burton The Amazing Judgment The Postmaster Of Market Deignton Mysterious Mr. Sabin A Millionaire Of Yesterday The World's Great Snare Enoch Strone; Or Master Of Men The Great Awakening; Or A Sleeping Memory The Survivor The Traitor A Prince Of Sinners Anna The Adventuress The Master Mummer The Betrayal The Malefactor A Lost Leader . . . SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS Peter Ruff And The Double Four Michael's Evil Deeds False Gods The Money-Spider The Girl From Manchester The Road To Liberty One Luckless Hour One Shall Be Taken A Prince Of Gamblers The Little Grey Lady The Restless Traveller The Three Thieves The Amazing Partnership As Far As They Had Got "Darton's Successor" The Outcast The Reformation of Circe Master Of Men The Two Ambassadors The Sovereign In The Gutter John Garland—The Deliverer The Subjection Of Louise... E. Phillips Oppenheim, the Prince of Storytellers (1866-1946) was an internationally renowned author of mystery and espionage thrillers. His novels and short stories have all the elements of blood-racing adventure and intrigue and are precursors of modern-day spy fictions.
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Platinum Gold and Diamonds

He enjoyed the simple life as he knew it from his youth and as was ... The clearest example of Merensky's love of a simple life is the farmhouse on ...

Author: Eberhard Machens

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105121640556

Category: Geologists

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Both in South Africa and in Namibia, the name Hans Merensky summons a multitude of well-known public places and instututions: There is the famous Merensky Reef in the Bushveld Complex, the Merensky Dam and Hans Merensky Nature Reserve near Tzaneen, the Hans Merensky Hotel and Golf Estate in Phalaborwa, the Hans Merensky Library at the University of Pretoria, a Hans Merensky Foundation and a Hans Merensky High School, to name but a few. These names, however, leave untold a biography that resembles an adventure novel: The story of Hans Merensky's extraordinary discoveries. Born the son of the well-know missionary Alexander Merensky at Botshabelo in the eastern Transvaal, trained as a geologist in Germany and drawn back to South Africa by his creative ambition to explore the potential of the country of his birth, Hans Merensky (16 March 1871 - 21 October 1952) proved to be far more than the "wizard geologist" the press dubbed him during his heyday. Today it is obvious that Merensky was not only a scientist of note, but also an extremely far-sighted economic strategist, agricultural trendsetter, humanitarian and philanthropist. Nothing could extinguish his enthusiasm for his adopted homeland's undiscovered treasures and despite bankruptcy, internment, illness, political obstacles and later, old age, Hans Merensky saw only opportunity wherever he went. From the discovery of the richest deposit of alluvial gem diamonds ever found at Alexander Bay to the initial attempt at the commercial cultivation of avocados and pecan nuts - almost everything Hans Merensky touched turned to gold.
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Wheeling

This trek through Wheeling's past and present begins at beautiful Oglebay Park , where the regal Oglebay Institute Mansion Museum began life as a simple farmhouse built by Hanson and Elizabeth Sprigg Chapline in 1846.

Author: Seán Patrick Duffy

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738585939

Category: History

Page: 95

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The convergence of the Ohio River, the National Road, a remarkable bridge, and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad transformed Wheeling into a transportation hub. Fed by an influx of immigrant labor, the city prospered, adding industrial muscle. But global economic changes brought the machine to a sudden halt.
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The Simple Home

Down to the Bones A Hudson Valley Farmhouse Lives Again It's a dream of many to escape the bustle of the city and get away to a house in the country , where life can be lived at a simpler pace in bucolic surroundings .

Author: Sarah Nettleton

Publisher: Taunton Press

ISBN: 1561588318

Category: House & Home

Page: 249

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Emphasizing the principles of living green and scaling down one's possessions, a decorating handbook for readers seeking a simpler lifestyle introduces six different types of simplicity to suit any lifestyle and celebrates the joys of low maintenance, organization, lack of clutter, and the "luxury of enough." 25,000 first printing.
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Life Be There at Ten Til

The concept of their lives together before having had children was not something I could easily imagine. My belief was that in this cedar chest, which sat in this simple farmhouse, some great mystery of life existed.

Author: R. Johnson

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595790038

Category: Self-Help

Page: 159

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Be accountable. Be responsible. Be on time. Or better yet, get there at ten 'til. You'll be all the wiser-and all the more content! This funny, insightful, life-affirming collection uses everyday moments-from the tobacco fields of South Carolina to red-carpet premieres in Hollywood-to demonstrate the value of showing up early, holding yourself accountable, welcoming change, nourishing others, and being fully present and engaged with life. A native South Carolinian, R. Dean Johnson delivers homegrown wisdom that's unassuming, gracious, and utterly charming. His uplifting, down-home life lessons include: Stop hiding behind answering machines, caller ID, and front-door peepholes: be there, and welcome the intrusion. "Honesty is a good policy. Sometimes it's just not the best one." "There's nothing like a good casserole to say, 'In time, you'll heal. But in the meantime, this will make you feel somewhate better.'" "As a fellow Husky-wearing southerner, I really relate to Dean's anecdotes. This book is filled with lessons to never forget."-Ryan Seacrest, Host of American Idol "Life. Be There at Ten 'Til is as refreshing as a glass of cold buttermilk sipped on the screened porch."-Celia Rivenbark, Author of Bless Your Heart, Tramp and We're Just Like You, Only Prettier
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The Story of My Life

... only a great white living lily to throw it all back . ... such a simple lover of farmhouse life , apple - orchards , and old - fashioned gardens ...

Author: Augustus John Cuthbert Hare

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Endgame 1945

On the last night of his life, in the simple farmhouse bedroom at Giulino di Mezzegra, he slept in the knowledge that the last slim evidence for his defence had finally been taken from him. The documents in the suitcases, ...

Author: David Stafford

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780748122301

Category: History

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In this remarkable account of the end of the Second World War, David Stafford looks behind the headlines of history and uncovers the stories of those, soldier and civilian alike, who had lived through the war and now must endure the daily horrors and hardships of its aftermath. Endgame 1945 is an unforgettable panorama of the defeat of Fascism, of ordinary men and women and extraordinary valour, and of Europe in every way tested to its limits. It is the final chapter of war. 'Gripping and moving . . . From a BBC reporter accompanying allied soldiers into the concentration camp at Buchenwald to a New Zealand intelligence officer working with Italian and Yugoslav partisans in Trieste, the men and women Stafford highlights pay eloquent tribute to the chaos and confusion that reigned as war metamorphosed into peace' Nick Rennison, SUNDAY TIMES
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The Selected Works of Edward Phillips Oppenheim

She, who had lived all her life in a simple farmhouse, where every one worked, and a single servant was regarded as a luxury, found herself suddenly in the palace of a millionaire, a palace made perfect by the despoilment of more than ...

Author: Edward Phillips Oppenheim

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465527349

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