Kathy Thomas
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Wooden pallet side table with drawers is here for those having the pallets at home, but going to but the side table from the market. We prefer to assist the individuals in saving the money for which we collect the ideas to reshape the wooden pallets into amazing things.

Wooden pallet side table with drawers is here for those having the pallets at home, but going to but the side table from the market. We prefer to assist the individuals in saving the money for which we collect the ideas to reshape the wooden pallets into amazing things.

Refresh any Room with this Rustic Tile. Definitely going to be doing this in the mud room.

Refresh any Room with this Rustic Tile. Definitely going to be doing this in the mud room.

Why I Choose To Be A Criminal - I drink and use raw milk exclusively in my home. Find out why here.

Why I Choose To Be A Criminal - I drink and use raw milk exclusively in my home. Find out why here.

People have been consuming whole, un-cooked, unhomogenized milk straight from the cow for thousands of years. That’s good enough for me. 3. It tastes better. Seriously– I have always rather disliked drinking milk. Until now. Growing up, I avoided consuming tall glasses of the stuff because (a) it make me feel icky (b) it always left a sour taste in my mouth. But oh, how my tastes have changed! I l-o-v-e the fresh milk It’s rich and creamy and sweet

People have been consuming whole, un-cooked, unhomogenized milk straight from the cow for thousands of years. That’s good enough for me. 3. It tastes better. Seriously– I have always rather disliked drinking milk. Until now. Growing up, I avoided consuming tall glasses of the stuff because (a) it make me feel icky (b) it always left a sour taste in my mouth. But oh, how my tastes have changed! I l-o-v-e the fresh milk It’s rich and creamy and sweet

Six tips for safely handling your fresh milk after you get it out of your cow or goat. (and how to keep it fresh tasting too!)

Six tips for safely handling your fresh milk after you get it out of your cow or goat. (and how to keep it fresh tasting too!)