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Parts 1, 2, and 3 can be found here . In the last entry we talked about how to use leftovers to help stock our pantries. This week ...

Monday, May 2, 2016

Pantry Challenge #17 ... 2016

Every once in a while  a reader will send me a sweet surprise in the mail.  Today, I received one from a reader who also happens to be a member of the A WorkingPantry Facebook group.  Look what she sent me!  Just look at those crocheted dish cloths!  I love them!  And look at those note cards, aren’t they just beautiful!  I have my own personal card ministry that I do and these will be so useful … thank you Maria C.  (The dishcloth colors are perfect for my kitchen!)  Your package and sweet note of encouragement made my day!  

My to-do list from last time:

I didn’t set any and here’s why …. Two of my grandchildren and their mommy and daddy  (they live 12 hours away) came and spent the week with us … oh, how I enjoyed having my grandbabies here!

I did get a few additional things done though:

I started a jar of cider fire. 
I planted the rosemary starts that I talked about HERE.
I planted tomato plants that I grew from seeds.
I planted pepper plants that I grew from seeds.
Here’s something I want to get done in the upcoming week:

Start a jar of citrus vinegar using dehydrated lemons I have on hand.

Now it’s your turn, what have you done to build up your pantry or live frugally this week?

patsi
She looketh well to the ways of her household … Proverbs 31:27


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