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It has been over a year since I hosted a “Great Ideas” day here on Infarrantly Creative.  If you know me personally you know I am always asking for tips and tricks to make life easier.  I want to know what wrinkle cream people use, what cleaning products you think work best, what jeans are a sure fit, how to get your kids to clean up their toys, and what apps you have on your phone.


I love things that make life easier.  I have a kitchen full of gadgets that I adore and love to hear what works for other people.  So I am going to have a linky party here on September 15th to see your “great idea”.  I would love for you to join me and write a post about your favorite things, best tip or simply a great idea.

Will you join me?

And because I can’t have a post without a picture…here is my latest Roadkill Rescue.  What is up with 50 bottles of whiskey on the side of the road by a corn field???  I have been racking my brain trying to conjure up a story of how they got there.  Meanwhile I have been disinfecting fifty whiskey bottles.


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  1. My guess is those men plowing the fields were really enjoying themselves!! : ) Cant wait to see the end result!!

  2. Hmmm, that is very intriguing and definitely a mystery. Can’t wait to see what you dream up for whiskey bottles…..and super GROADY for picking up used whiskey bottles by the side of the road!!! Bleh.

  3. Maybe someone needed to get rid of his stash of bottles before his wife found them! Or perhaps a wild teen party cleaned up before the parents got home from vacation…
    I am SUPER intrigued at what life these will soon be leading…What lucky whiskey bottles to get the Beckie Treatment!

  4. I’m very curious to see what you will do with all of those whiskey bottles. Sounds like someone was cleaning out a stash!

  5. When I was younger, we lived out in the country. Our driveway was a mile long, but we did not own the property on one side. The man who used to farm the field, retired and just left it in CRP. However, often times, he would park to the side of the trees and drink and there were many whiskey bottles that he left behind along the trees in a bit of a hole that my brother and I found when out exploring. Can’t wait to see what you are doing with all the bottles. I may have to go exploring again. The land has been not been farmed and no one has lived at our old place in over 15 years so I imagine they are all still there. Not to mention that he continued doing this until he passed away a couple of years ago.

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