My 2020 Goals For MY Simple Living Home

Updated : Jan 06, 2020 in Articles

My 2020 Goals For MY Simple Living Home

hi everyone and welcome to my home
today’s Saturday and I thought I would share with you my goals for this year
now this video is gonna be my goals for my home and my home life my lifestyle
and then tomorrow of course is heart to heart and that I’m going to share with
you my personal goals but today we’re going to talk about goals now everybody
seems to want to talk about New Year’s resolutions and I really don’t do that
very often but this year I thought I would share with you some goals that I
have and maybe they’re gonna be goals that you have as well back on other
years and I seen the goals that I made other years and I actually fulfilled
those goals but this year it’s gonna be some different so what are some things
that I’m working on well I have some books with me and I’m gonna share with
you these books because this is just gonna give you a little bit of an idea
of where I’m coming from so the first goal I have is the zero waste the zero
waste movement it was something that was brought into attention a few years ago
now of course I can’t go zero waste but I think I want to work on it again this
year last year I did very well and I reduced my waste to about half of our
household waste here on the homestead and I’m really excited about that so I
have about half the waste that I normally did and so this year I’m hoping
that I can recycle reuse just a little bit more I’m gonna share with you next
week some ideas that I have that I’m going to recycle and I’m gonna make
things out of things that you would throw away and that’s really what I want
to work on we don’t have any trash service here and so we would do be
psycho a lot but I think it would be great to just be very much more aware of
what we bring into the home next thing I want to work on is learning to make 80%
of the non essential non-food items so when you go to the grocery store what do
you buy that’s not food could you make it could you make it instead of buying
it now of course you will need some ingredients on hand but I’m starting to
read books like this where you can actually have recipes for all kinds of
things that you normally would buy in this store I think
this is great I’ve done this again in years past and I’m up to about 60% now
compared to 80 so I was buying 80% of my items that weren’t food and now about 60
I’m hoping to get at about 40 to 50% so we’re gonna do a lot more of making your
own shampoo of course I have countless videos though on laundry soap fabric
softener scented beads for your laundry all of these things then I’ll also have
Lysa but we’re gonna work on other items maybe even some makeup or things that
you can make at home really excited about that as well that’s another goal
of mine for this year and in my videos and just learning next thing is about
buying food I’m a foodie and I love going to the grocery store and finding
all different kinds of food but I don’t need to do that it is non-essential as
far as my life is right now and so as you all know I get food that was going
to be in the dumpster and I’m really reclaiming that food and I did a video I
did a video on Aldi and $50 and how it was such a sticker shock to me now that
video is the last of my food haul videos because from now on we’re going to use
it up use it up so you’re gonna see a lot of videos on the depression-era
cooking using it up using it up using it up I have a lot of food I’m able to get
a lot of food but I need to use it up and I need to not go to the grocery
store and use that as my recreational time I know it sounds very strange to go
to the grocery store to have that your recreational time but for me it is I
love going to the grocery store I love the bright lights
I love seeing all the different kinds of food and I love the fresh food of it but
you know what I don’t need to and that’s an expense that I don’t have and I don’t
need to have it and so I could take that money and I could lay it aside and save
it for hmm maybe my retirement you’d be surprised how much money you spend on
food and I’m gonna share with you not spending on food but in January first
I’m not spending on food now I may get milk and a few a few essential items
maybe like two things a week but that’s it
you know if I’m gonna be claiming all this food let’s eat it and let’s enjoy
it another thing we’re gonna learn is using scraps from your kitchen to regrow
your own food now if I’ve done this in the past on many videos but there’s so
much more we can do and this is where I was talking to all of you about how we
can use food that we could regrow it and we can be grown in our apartment so this
is going to be a lot of fun we’re gonna work on this as well so I think this is
gonna be really exciting because we’re gonna show you how you can me grow food
and I can show you how you’re going to be able to just have something green
growing in your house even in the winter time but not least making your house a
home and we’re gonna have books like this inspirational books where we’re
just gonna teach every day how to turn your house into a home I’m all about
turning your own living environment into a beautiful home
no not beautiful when I talk about looks on the magazine or I’m not talking about
beautiful when it’s what society would say I’m talking about a homespun way of
living I’m talking about making your home a warm and inviting place that you
enjoy so these 2020 goals for me are just goals for my household so what else
am I gonna work on well spending I’m not gonna spend as much but I do love my
thrifty Thursdays I’ve had quite a few people this year
ask me about my thrifty Thursdays they don’t quite seem to understand it my
thrifty Thursday is usually as you know are under eight dollars so it’s usually
about five but people would say well if I would save that money I could have a
lot of money at the end of the year but what they don’t realize is two things
if we deny yourself everything in life we will become depressed there is a
balance there’s the balance of too much and not enough and you need to have a
healthy balance in life you can’t restrict yourself of everything
you need to enjoy some things in life and I enjoy my thrifty Thursdays it
gives me a way to be with my girls and we just have a lot of fun we do a lot of
laughing and we just love to see all the different things at the thrift store but
then it also pays me so my five dollars or eight dollars I can turn that into
actually it’s free for me because I make a video on it and my 50 Thursdays are
quite popular with it I know a lot of people who ask me well what in the world
do I do after all these 50 Thursdays with all the items that I get most of
the items I get are what you would call consumable items so I’ll get coffee
filters and use them for my salve solution or I’ll get different things
that you all see different vintage baggies and different vintage things
like that that I actually use so a lot of my items are consumable items and
every once in a while if I get something I don’t use it I will donate it back to
the thrift store because simply I got my money out of it so these are my goals
for 2020 zero waste not buying food eliminate as much as I can of the non
essentials make them myself instead of buying them at the store
turning my house into a home and living life to its fullest and you know I think
that we’re gonna have a lot of fun we’ve had a lot of fun in the years past and
you know it’s just always something what we’re learning one thing I am gonna
continue to buy his books and the reason for my books are simple I get a lot of
knowledge from my books and learning is something that it doesn’t have to cost
you very much all of my books are used and very cheaply bought but my books are
all tax-deductible because I can use them as education towards my youtube
channel so all of my books are tax-deductible and I need some tax
deductions for my channel so it’s a win-win if you ask me I think it’s great
so my ideas are gonna come from my books
and whenever I have an idea for my book you can rush the short that I’m going to
give you the link of that book in case you’re interested in it as well take
care everyone we’ll see you guys tomorrow and what are your goals for
2020 what are your goals that are your house goals or goals in your life I
can’t wait to share with you tomorrow what my goals are in my personal life
because of many lot of mistakes this year I want to work on those mistakes
and I think you’re going to be interested in what my word is for the
year what is my personal word for the year of 2020 I hope you stay tuned
tomorrow and find out because I think a lot of you will resonate with what I
have to say take everyone by you I know by putting out a video every
single day there’s a lot of videos that you may have missed so take a look here
these are the videos that I made this week maybe some of them you might enjoy you


  • I love your โ€œThrify Thursdayโ€™sโ€…Iโ€™m waiting for my neighbor to get home from Cheyenne. Weโ€™re going thrifting๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰looking forward to this year, and your goal, that we can do, also๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐfun video, Miss Tess ๐Ÿฅฐ๐ŸฅฐBlessings ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜‡see you tomorrow ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿ˜‡โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  • My grandma lived during the Depression. She always said, "Use it up, wear it out, make do or do without." I try to live this way.

  • Setting up a show case for rocks that my boyfriend and I are putting threw a rock tumbler, the one we bought ourselves for christmas, every check We put 10 dollars in a savings box until we had enough to get it. We took his movies and put them under the tv cubord and now we wait to fill the shelves with pretty rocks. It takes 4 to 5 steps for these rocks.

  • My daughter and I are planning to move closer to coast, here in NC…… So our goal together is to save money so we can move. Less eating out, buying less stuff online. .. Happy New Year Ms. Tessie. I hope your home is filled with love and family for 2020. God Bless…….. Can't wait for tomorrows video!!!!!!

  • Good Morning Tessie, Sisters, Brothers, and Friends:) Wish you a wonderful blessed Sunday filled with Gods joy and Happiness:) Rain has finally stopped looks to be a sunny day:) God Bless you:) Love you all:)

  • My goal is to save for an emergency account ($1,000.00), after I get my car running again that is!

  • Thanks for sharing and best wishes towards the goals you set. Keep on enjoying your life your families way. Y'all seem to be very happy with what y'all been doing. Thanks again

  • Hi Tessie so glad your not giving up Thrifty Thursday so enjoy those videos as well as all your videos. You bring such joy and peace to me. I am recovering from having a stroke and many seizures and your videos give me such joy.

  • I love your channel. I really like the short videos. You live a life that I wish to live and you give me great ideas. God bless…….

  • my goal this year is to go back to my family ways which is saving money and living the frugal life style i was raised with. thank you so much for your inspirational videos!

  • My goals are to start using my oil lamps more often and save on electric. Less grocery shopping. I just read on your FB page and it reminded me is recycling my dog food bags in to grocery totes, watched a video and posted it on your page how to make them with No Sewing now just gotta get some duct tape at The Dollar Tree or Michaels with a discount coupon and start making them. Today Krogers put all my meats in a paper bag, took it out of the car and the bag tore open before I could even get it in the house. If I have these bags they could have put it in one of those and I wouldn't have ended up picking up all my meats off the front lawn. We buy at least 12 to 14 of these large bags every year so what I don't use will be given to a friend who recycles too and will be thrilled to have them. I am really concentrating on recycling. I often buy glass bottles that hold things like Sweet N Sour Sauce, Steak Sauce, etc I've started cleaning and saving them by next Christmas I will have a good amount saved and will give your Chocolate Syrup out as Christmas Gifts.

  • Love your goals for 2020 and the books! ๐Ÿ˜€ I'll have to see if I can find them.
    My goals are to start a vegetable garden, minimize (purge my house), and stick to my budget. Can't wait for the new videos. ๐Ÿ’œ

  • Tessie YOU NEED TO GO viral. p! Now a days most women unfortunately do not have the precious knowledge that you possess. My name is Susan and I'm anxiously awaiting your wisdom. Do you have a post office box? I would like to send a little gift your way.

  • One of my main goals is to make my home feel and look nicer like painting the walls & decorating on a budget. Iโ€™d also like to be more organized in my daily life and writing things down in my Planner so I donโ€™t forget important things which will help me be less stressed out.

  • I am continuing with my declutter projects and am looking forward to your videos on home made nonfood items and kitchen gardening. I got out of debt last year which was a big goal.

  • I love the idea of the Depression cooking that you are planning to share. The make-it -yourself ideas and growing plants from old plants etc all sounds great. Thanks in anticipation.

  • Tessie, just love your way of thinking. You need to give yourself a brake, just learn to make your favorite foods. Perhaps, you may consider getting a goat, or a pig or 2 for the food scraps and get either milk or meat. Everyone needs to let out their artistic ways and go about decorating, designing and creating a beautiful home. Beautiful for ourself, not the neighbours. Love you girl!

  • Thank you Tessie my goals raise my meat rabbits and hens for eggs and my above ground garden canning and prepping

  • Good morning Tessie! Your goals are great. I donโ€™t really do goals…I just try my best to pay attention every day, but if I had to name a goal for this year that is home related that would be to love on my home more…to try to touch everything on a regular basis…Iโ€™ve always heard โ€œgive your attention to something and it will flourishโ€. Thanks so much for sharing and for all that you do for us! Love, Carol๐Ÿ’œ

  • My goal for 2020 is a no buy year, meaning no more pointless spending. I want to save this year to maybe take a vacation.

  • Tessie, your goals are wonderful. I am glad you will still be buying books. Please do a video of your favorite books.

  • Good morning from England Tessie! I am trying with many of the same goals this year too – decluttering is the main priority, and then growing some more veggies in my garden. Last year was not so good for growing because of the cold, wet weather, so I'm hoping for more success this year! Thanks again for all the work you put into making these videos for us all โค๏ธ

  • Oh, wow!!! I love your goals!!! You are talking to my heart right now – I am so excited for this upcoming year and what I can learn from you xox

  • Wow I had to watch twice cause got lost in comments so I missed to much of video but whahooooo I can rewatch it love ya tessie

  • While I admire self sufficiency……I do ponder …..if you put this much enterprise into an education….. the earning potential would negate the need to be so frugal………or if you have…….why not use a well earned education to the fullest ………

  • You inspire me woman! God really did something through you with your riches to rags testimony I just want you to know that. I love your goals for this year keep going!
    This year we are getting our house in order like the Lord says. Not specifically cleaning so much as we are going to get our ducks in a row and be more proactive and responsible. Getting ahead to where we would like to be so our family can be more stable and self sufficient – relying on God first and always though. Standing on our own two feet with Christ as the foundation. Produce more FRUIT for the Lord, memorize more scripture, be His hands and feet more, teach my babies about His unending Love and mercies. Be the Godly woman God has called me to be – prov. 31 comes to mind. Anyway love this channel God Bless you! PS. Please keep sharing the books you read and use they're very helpful!

  • My biggest goal is to move across country. We've been preparing and getting ready for my husband to retire and we're moving our whole family with us. I want to have my new house set up and decorated nice asap and I haven't even left yet.

  • Hi tessie, I'm a new subscriber and enjoy your simple life videos, it's a breath of fresh air! I wanted to let you of a website called I have bought numerous books from them over the past couple of years and have never had a problem. the books are barely used and usually cost $4, some higher depending upon the topics and authors. But overall they have books on every subject for about $4 each and if you buy 3, you get one free on occasion. I thought you might be interested in their website since you plan on buying more books. Take care and keep up the good work.

  • I love your Thrifty Thursdays!! I been going to my friends thrift store for years and found the items to make my home look old fashoned. For less money. Also you never know what you will find. Its the thrill of the find at a great price!!

  • I love thrift shopping! It started for me as necessity. I was a single Mom with 2 kids, after all their needs were taken care of, there was nothing left for me. After a while I was getting compliments on my clothes that I thrifted for a fraction of the original price. Now I still thrift shop because of the thrill of the find, saving money and helping the environment. Love your channel. ((Hugs))

  • Dear Tessie. I just read in the description in one of your older videos (from November 2019) that youโ€™ll be closing your P.O. box on February 1st. But itโ€™s open until then, right? ๐Ÿ˜ฌ Just asking. Not like Iโ€™m gonna send you anything. ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜‡

  • I set 1 -3 goals a month. If I accomplish 1 of the 3 goals I set in the month I feel like I have accomplished something. I don't compare myself to others. I just try to do my best build my self-esteem and self motivate myself. I find that there's so much negativity around most of the time. I have to create and inspire myself with things that are upbuilding and positive in an environment that has a lot of negativity. I really enjoy watching your YouTube Videos. There educational, real and your an inspiration to others. God bless you and thank you for sharing. I really appreciate it.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ™

  • Yes my goal is getting closer to Jesus I want to get pantry stocked and getting my house more organized and making more things do more canning I have had thing to were I can use something before I put it in my recycling bin and I have had a compost for a long time but my waste either go there my to chickens or pet pig

  • I love books also. Education is so important and the best teacher is yourself besides God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit who leads me. No one really cares about a person's education. I always tell my children. Educate yourself as much as you can. Reading books and as much as you can daily is an excellent way to educate yourself. Some people don't have the time or can't afford to go to college. They can get the college books and other books and teach themselves. That's what I do so I'm not in debt to colleges with loans etc. I self- teach myself and if I get stuck or don't understand something I ask questions or go to a professional in that field and ask if they can explain it to me so I have the full understanding of the area I'm stuck on. Not everyone learns the same way or at the same pace. Some don't learn at all in a classroom setting. Everyone learns in their own way. I believe in self- teaching with reading books, watching educational videos or listening to educational videos. It's less expensive to buy books, educational videos, cds etc. than to go to a college or school you can't afford at all and is just going to put individuals in debt and cause more overwhelming stress.

  • My goal is to declutter and organize my house and get on a more efficient cleaning routine. Also, my personal goal is to exercise every day, whether I feel like it or not.

  • I love you thrifty Thursdayโ€™s and your chicken videos. Iโ€™m thinking some colourful pictures in the chicken pen would be nice for them.

  • Tessie you have the best books!๐Ÿ˜Happy New Year my friend! Love your goals for the next year. You are still one of my very favorite people!โค๏ธ๐ŸŒถ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™โ€”โ€”Tressa Daigle

  • Thankyou for ALL of your videos. You are so kind and gentle. You have so much knowledge and experience and share in such a wonderful way! I share all the same goals as you do!! As you go through all the days of 2020 I wish you all the very Best. God is good-all the time! Thanks for sharing your faith in God as you share your life with all of us! This little comment comes from Quebec, Canada.

  • I think this is a great plan . Saving for retirement is good but also planning for old age and what you may need. As we all know our strength does not last forever. But with planing we can be comfortable in our own place.

  • I just love your videos. I love turning old into new. Not to spend a lot of money on things I don't need. Wanting to make a lot of homemade items and gifts. Love you tessie

  • Yes yes yes those thrifty Thursdays are so important, also could be looked at as a small entertainment expense. We all have little things where we treat ourselves.

  • I have that Homemade Products cookbook! I have the Use it up cookbook too!!! I'm going to buy the no waste cookbook. I may have to follow along and also make those recipes when you do. Oh maybe we can do that in your FB group ๐Ÿ™‚
    I love going to the grocery store too Tessie. I find it enjoyable and relaxing ๐Ÿ˜‰ I cant go totally without the grocery store but I can reduce food waste! Please keep your Thrifty Thursdays… love them. I am planning to go back to that thrift store this year when I'm out that way visiting family. Your channel is my absolute favorite โค

  • My goals are different from the worlds, to try to stop worrying about tomorrow because tomorrow may never come. To live one day at a time like the bible says, take food and reignment and be content. You can't take it with you, so I ate today and I was clothed today God provided. I believe the only reason a Christian is here in this world is to be a light to guide the lost, that should be our ultimate goal to lead the lost to Jesus. I haven't been doing that and letting the worldly things take up my time rather than spending it on the things of God. Lay up your treasures in heaven not in world where moth and rust corrupt. My goals are to please God and not my flesh. โ˜๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ“–

  • Hi Tessie! I love your channel. We are soul mates! Do you go to the Farm Show? I absolutely love it. I used to live in Camp Hill. Loved it too. Have a great week!

  • Greetings Tessie ..I'm late watching ..this is a great one thing is the amount of plastic.. I've been trying to cut down and also this spring grow more different veggies but I do have to use some money because I don't grow things like corn and certain things but I'm going to try to make a bigger looking forward to more recipes from your cook books๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€.. blessings to you and your family ๐Ÿ˜‡ ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜‡ ๐Ÿ˜‡

  • My goal is to reduce food waste and grow more vegetables. ๐Ÿฅฆ๐Ÿ…๐Ÿฅ’๐Ÿฅฌ๐Ÿฅ•๐Ÿฅ”

  • Reply to Karen, I think buying silver is a great idea, but it needs to be coins. A roll or two of silver dimes, or quarters might really come in handy some day. If you canโ€™t get a hold of coins, silver rings are a good second. They are pretty and small, they could be traded one at a time. Small things easy to hide. Tessie, your goals are great. I am working on mine. Better health through diet and exercise, less reliance on prescription medications, plant a food forest on part of our land. Better relationships with my family, more time shared that kind of thing. Maybe even a family YouTUBE channel. That sort of thing. Better health and less pain is the number one thing. Without good health, very little else can be accomplished. Blessings to you and yours!

  • Our current economy is going to cause most of us to conserve,reduce, and reuse whether we want to or not. I personally never minded being a frugal shopper. I see finding ways to recycle and upcycle as a fun challenge. You are so right depriving yourself of any enjoyment in life is certainly detrimental to your mental ill. Finding a balance is so important.

  • My daughters having a baby girl ๐ŸŽ€๐Ÿงธ๐Ÿ’“โค๏ธ๐ŸŽˆ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿฅ‚๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿงธ๐Ÿ’“

  • My goal this year is to have a garden. Where I live it floods because we live next to a school with a retaining pond. Everytime they flood it floods us and we have a river running through our property. By the grace of God we got blessed with nearly 50 old pieces of wood they would use on railroad tracks. So I'm going to make a bunch of raised beds and a compost bin. It's a depressing feeling when you can't have a garden and that garden feeds your children. And a garden can cut back on your grocery expenses, and you know what is in your food you can. And we're going to make a food forest on our property too.

  • I'm all about Zero Waste! I have no trash! Only recycling. Now, I'm working on reducing my recycling. You've got some great goals for 2020! I learned the envelope method of money management from my mom. She had a "mad money" envelope. I think my parents' used it to go on dates, but it could totally be used for a Thrifty Thursday!

  • I have been on Youtube for almost 5 yrs. I have had my share of hateful comments. This hate is more of a reflection of who the individual is. Tessie, you have helped so many people. Me included. Love your sister in Christ, Tracie.

  • I agree with you about allowing yourself some treats . I am so glad you pointed that out ! I have put us on a no spend budget but did not consider we need to allow at least a bit of fun spending each month!
    You have some great ideas for this year so I will look forward to those videos !

  • Looking forward to all videos! Still catching up on previous ones. Will let you know when Ive caught up and watched them all.

  • It will be a fun journey this year Tessie! Iโ€™m sure Heidi from {Rain Country} channel has some videos on homemade makeup! I look forward to Thrifty Thursday!๐Ÿ’•

  • Spend ONLY IF YOU HAVE IT…stay w/in your means…
    i take 5$ w me and thats all i spend….if i dont spend it…i keep it for the next thrift store jaunt….๐Ÿ˜‰
    P.S. sis……i love your chuckle/giggles…๐Ÿค—
    Love you sis….๐Ÿ’–

  • I just recently discovered your channel and am loving it! Feel like I found a โ€œlike minded soulโ€ in you. Iโ€™m a little older (54 this month) , also adopted, love your decor, adore your garden, also love canning, dehydrating and also am into food storage and prepping for future possible emergencies. Could be anything from earthquake to loss of job. Iโ€™m finding you very inspiring and wish so much I was your neighbor so we could chat while we hang laundry on the line (I love the smell it gives laundry). I have โ€œfriendsโ€ but none of them are interested in the same things I am. So I never get to talk about the things Iโ€™d love to talk about. The only difference between us I can tell so far are, I donโ€™t like The Carpenters, but also love blue grass and John Denver ๐Ÿคฃ , and I love knitting and am learning to quilt and can sew easy things. Iโ€™m so excited to see how many videos you have so thereโ€™s plenty to keep me company in the cold winter days while doing my chores (also a housewife). I donโ€™t usually comment on the YouTube videos I watch because I know it gets overwhelming and you couldnโ€™t possibly reply to all comments, but just had to pop in and say hi! (Sorry so long of a post).
    One last thing, although Iโ€™m not a Mennonite, my parents were raised among them in Saskatchewan and I love their food, one of my favourite cookbooks is โ€œMennonite Girls Can Cookโ€ which is by some lovely ladies that live in a community close to where I live in southwest British Columbia. (Also am addicted to non fiction books, mostly vintage cooking, gardening, homesteading skills, family prepping) ๐Ÿคฃ.

  • As someone who gives my opinion often, I think you should ignore the nasty comments. The best way to get them to leave you alone is to stop giving them attention. As long as you keep engaging them, then they will never stop. Don't respond, don't block them and don't delete their comments. Your message reaches all of us. They don't have to watch, so there's something about you they like. ๐Ÿ’›

  • Does your husband work. Your place is pay off. Your a very smart lady ๐Ÿ˜Š you could find a job and live mor comfortable

  • Iโ€™m late in watching sister, this was a really good video. So much to think about and thanks for turning on the knob in my brain to get me moving. Iโ€™m looking forward to the depression era book and what you will teach us. I need to make more from scratch and thatโ€™s a fact for many many of us subscribers. I need a plan and figure out where I can get the energy to do. Love you Tessie ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿฆ‹๐Ÿ’œ

  • My goal is to get out find a job for I can have people in my life. I'm sitting in the house letting so many things that run through my mind control my life. I'm sure there's a job out there for me. Watching a lot of your videos and hitting thumbs up. Not always commenting. Sending Tons of love from a Kentucky granny.

  • Good Morning my Dear Tessie ๐Ÿ’ž
    Happy Saturday ๐Ÿ˜€ and a blessing weekend ๐ŸŒน
    I always learn as a young person to use what we got,sad me when something need to be trow away ๐Ÿ˜
    I do safe the scrap for the compost ๐Ÿ˜€
    I looking forward to make the garden with the help of my husband ๐Ÿ˜Š
    Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts in this video ๐Ÿ˜€๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ’ž
    Have a great day you and Kenny ๐Ÿ’Ÿ God bless you both ๐Ÿ’ž I Love you my Dear Sister Tessie ๐Ÿ’ž

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