September 27, 2010 in Michele's Blog
- Colorful (and Healthy) Kids Lunch Ideas
- What do YOU see?
- After the Fact
- Outdoor Fencing to Indoor Stairway
- All Dried Up
- Haunted Homestead
- Celebrating a Naturally Resourceful Halloween
- Homemade Pet Food Update
……..these, my friends are just a few of the postings I’ve been trying to get to over the past 2 weeks. I have folders full of jpegs, scribbles of thoughts and am THIS close to having a few moments to connect the dots and share. Please stay with us…it’s been an incredible few weeks with LOTS of exciting things to come and I can’t wait to get a minute to sit down and write about it all properly.
In the meantime, I do hope you’re enjoying a glimpse at the who’s who of our motley crew. We’re a unique blend of personalities, talents and quirkiness and we’re all workin’ it 24/7 to keep the naturally great ideas, information and entertainment coming…..This week, Davey’s on deck…….
September 17, 2010 in Michele's Blog
So, a few weeks back Chad decided to write a blog dedicated to himself and asked Dave and myself to do the same. With season 2 of ‘b. organic’ still heading out the door, I didn’t quite have the time to do it yet and, to be honest, I figured you guys had read some of the blog posts I’ve put up in the past and have a pretty good idea of the “Burch Experience.” Anyway, deadlines passed and loose ends tied up, I find myself with a clean plate on a Friday afternoon (which never happens) and some time to write this blog. Now, I could sit here and talk about how great it is to work for Michele, but Chad pretty much gave her all the same compliments that I would have and, as awesome as she is, I’d rather spend this time talking about myself anyway.. So let’s begin! Read the rest of this entry →
September 7, 2010 in Michele's Blog
SOOOOOOO excited, I can hardly stand it. I returned from Colorado to find one of the Excalibur Dehydrators sitting at my door. Let the adventures begin!
Dehydrating is one of the oldest methods of preserving food known to civilization yet it’s so new and thrilling to me. Read the rest of this entry →