I am a stay at home mom who loves the Lord. I am married to a man that is gorgeous inside and out and whom I endearingly call my very own, “Geek Adonis”. I have three sweet munchkins, two boys and a girl. I have recently started homeschooling my oldest son, who has so far made teaching violin and reading very interesting. My favorite pastimes are reading, sewing, cooking, and gardening. Plus, I have recently started trying to change my family over to a healthier raw diet (Oh, yeah, I get the are you crazy stares and comments often).

I have yet to find my niche in life, but for now am quite content with the wonderful life God has blessed me with. For those in the world view of things I know I haven’t started any successful business’, made any life altering discoveries, or even jetted around the world, but I have been given the opportunity to raise and nurture three of God’s precious gifts. My hope is to be and to do the best of my ability for my family that I can. If God decides to fill my cup even more, than Lord willing I pray that I also realize his blessings and do the utmost for his highest.

Please feel free to read about my life. The crazy sewing projects, cooking disasters, gardening mishaps, and view loads of images of my cutie patootie munchkins.

12 Responses to “ About ”

  1. mary hance says:

    I just found your blog about things to do in murfreesboro and the linkup.. I am interested in mentioning it in my column in the tennessean next month and wanted to see if I could talk to you sometime on the phone.. my number is ***-**** and the best time to reach me is early mornings.. or just let me know a good time to call you next week, if that is better.. what a great idea!!!

  2. Gary Kempf says:

    I believe what you and your family have is amazing. I love your home!


  3. Hey, Kelli. I couldn’t find an email for you anywhere, so am leaving a message here. As far as the curly hair – you totally have to The Curly Girl Handbook by Lorraine Massey. That’s where I learned all that I’ve done differently. It’s readily available – Amazon, Borders, B&N, etc.

    Thanks for dropping by. Off to check out your blog.


  4. Debi says:

    I Live near your shop and at one time saw a sign in regards to sewing lessons. It has since been taken down and everytime I stop by the shop is closed. Do you have any specific hours? I’m needing some assistance in making curtains. Would love to get in touch with you.


  5. Kim says:

    Kelli, I came across your blog, thought we would widen our circle from the homeSchool Post Homeschool Swap..”Hi”

    Love your blog

  6. Mandy says:

    Hey Kelli,
    My friend Jessica told me about your blog… just wanted to say hi. I live pretty close to you and I too have two boys and a girl. 🙂

  7. Anne says:

    Hi Kelli. I’ve enjoyed getting to know you through your photos. I wasn’t sure if you were able to read my response to your question on my photo of the raw honey and EV olive oil that I put on my face. It was too long an answer (or maybe I’m too verbose) to try to type with my thumbs on my phone, so I answered it in a blog post. I wasn’t sure how else to “tell” to you. I hope that’s okay. I’m not a blogger, so it is what it is. But it’s the story behind why honey and olive oil is my skin care routine of choice. anne-b-good.blogspot

  8. Matrixmamma5 says:

    Hi Kelli! I found your blog–hope you have been well. Would love to chat
    Mary Cox

  9. Rebecca says:

    Hello, I am hoping you can help promote the Lead Belly Blues for Blue Children’s Music Festival on Saturday, September 1 at the Rutherford County Boys and Girls Club. We ill have great food, lots of activities for kids, and some of the BEST blues bands in the Country! Admission is $5 and children 12 and under are free. All proceeds will benefit the Lead Belly Foundation Music Scholarship program and the Rutherford County Boys and Girls Club. For more information, please check out our FB page- Blues for Blue Children’s Music Festival and email me at leadbellyoffice@gmail.com.
    We are also looking for volunteers and Craft vendors.
    Thanks! 🙂

  10. Lauren says:

    I would love to talk to you about your home. Do you really live in a barn? We are casting season 2 of Four Houses and I would love to talk to you about it.

    You can see the flyer on my Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/lauren.m.houston

    Call me and we can talk.

    Lauren Houston
    Casting Producer
    818-666-3606 o.

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