Late last week, I was contacted by the TLC network. They were casting for a show and were interested in talking to us about our Levitical Diet.
Month: September 2012
While most of us struggle to conquer our junk food cravings, Hallee Bridgeman and her family seem to be on the other side of the spectrum. The Hallee the Homemaker blogger chooses to feed her family a strict Levitical diet and prepares all meals from scratch. Hallee may be a pro at whipping up nutritious grub, but what is most important to her is making sure her kids understand the “why” to healthy foods. Find out how Hallee’s 4-year-old son became an expert wheat-grinder and why her teen daughter actually prefers the junk-free snack selection at home.
Welcome to Homemaking with Hallee — a weekly linky that will provide us with all sorts of homemaking tips!
The rules are simple. Link back to this post, and make it about homemaking and not promotion.
autumn-colorsThe Changing of the Seasons
I love the change in seasons. I moved to Florida when I was 20-years-old, and lived there for fifteen years. We lived in northwestern Florida, so winter came — and by that I meant that during the month of February, it would get cold. But there was nothing as far as a change of four traditional seasons.Pin It
…what follows is the utterly magical story written by the fabulous Hallee Bridgeman…The author tells and showed me as reader just how important having God in our lives is. I loved how the author expressed the characters emotions with such passion,it had me in tears both of joy and sadness.Pin It
Friday, I posted this on my Hallee the Homemaker Facebook page:
My washing machine died, my laptop crashed, my gps went missing, Gregg has National Guard this weekend – which is also my book signing weekend for Topaz Heat, and I have to enroll Scott into public school on Monday.
I’m kinda done. If it wasn’t 10AM, I’d be considering red wine and dark chocolate. But, since it’s 10AM, I’m drinking a strawberry smoothie and prepping to go to the laundromat.
I did it moderately tongue-in-cheek, partially mocking myself, partially complaining. I expected some similarly toned replies. Instead, among many wonderful and encouraging comments, I got these:
I am guest posting at Stacy Makes Cents today. I give you a method to work freezer cooking until you’re conceivably only cooking one night a week, and give you a good “starter” recipe for freezer cooking. You can read about it here.
I feel a little bit like a fraud. “Christian Homeschooling Mom Enrolls Special Needs Child in Public School.” I don’t know how a family so strongly homeschool minded could end up with not one, but two children in public school and a 4-year-old in a preschool. However, despite what WE thought was best, God has intervened and taken us on a different direction.
Still Blonde after all these Years! is doing an AMAZING giveaway of The Jewel Trilogy and the bracelets inspired by the books that were designed by Cathy’s Creations. Go here to check them out! http://stillblondeafteralltheseyears.com/2012/09/126-the-jewel-trilogy-by-hallee-bridgeman-3-books-bracelets-sweep/Pin It