I love this beauty that Tater made for the shop. It’s such a unique frame! This baby is big! See below for details!

$200

Very Large 16×20 Opening Frame – perfect for adding your favorite picture or a mirror.

Dimensions are 38 1/4″ high x 42″ wide.

Unique reclaimed weathered wood with white paint.

Close up ūüôā

Inspirational Pictures 

Shop HERE


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Thank you to all who came to our Shopping Event! Soon after that, I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with the wonderful ladies of The H & H Hour. If you have never listened to their podcast, it’s a must listen to! VERY ENCOURAGING! I was honored when they asked me to be a guest and share my life stories. I share some joys and trials and look back on the goodness of God!

Guest Haley Kieser – Episode 35
Released Oct 17, 2017
Our long time friend, Haley Kieser is our guest on this 35th episode of The H & H Hour. We just loved our chat with her as she shared an incredible story of waiting and trusting God for the love of her life. Haley is so full of faith and we know you will be encouraged by her story.

If you want to listen in, you can check the podcast out HERE!

 

 

 


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    […] Ok, so you’re wanting to know what Tater’s senior pictures look like since I had mentioned taking WAY TOO MANY on the podcast… […]

 

 

 

Unique lights, reclaimed wooden trays and shelves, hand paintings and kitchen tea towels, beautiful artwork, signs, and home decor, frames, girls and ladies clothing, Beautycounter products, a kids’ corner, and more! Here is just a very small sample of what will be available for purchase! Follow us along¬†on Facebook¬†or Instagram for more shopping event information and product previews!

–¬†Tater and Haley

Roots, LLP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  1. Leanne Harrell wrote: I love everything shown here! All the work has been beautifully done! Can't wait to come and see everything in person! See you on the 14th (10/03/17, 7:49 am)

 

We are to our 2017 projects! This year began by giving our counter and house some added reinforcements. We noticed that the lower portion of our cabinets were cracking, and I did not want to fret over the safety of the kids leaning on the counter. We added this post (an old post from my parents front porch). Tater and Landon also used some jacks gifted to us from Mom and Dad Kieser to support underneath the counter in the crawl space. Better to be safe than sorry!

 

 

Post added

 

Beefing up the floor.

 

When we added the post, it scratched the white painted floor.

 

So that was next on the list… getting ready to paint the post and floor.

 

Shiny and new (for now) ūüėČ

 

The post has been a great addition and my peace of mind is all worth it. ‚ėļÔłŹ

 

 


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More trees coming down that were beginning to die or becoming a problem.

 

 

 

 

Instead of burning them this time, we created mulch to put around the base of our trees. Right now, between the fence and other areas around our house it is a 3 hr. weed whipping job. Hoping that this cuts down on that time and looks nicer.

 

 

We were doing this the same time we were painting the fence. In case any falling trees broke the fence boards, we could fix it before we painted.

 

 

Along with the trees, we also had a line of lilacs that continued to grow and get out of hand. It blocked our street view and was yet another thing to mow around.

 

Can’t see the house.

 

The big trees on the left are gone, and the fence has been painted. Getting started on the bushes.

 

Hello house. 

 

The aftermath.

 

 

We were left with these nasty stumps. Our wonderful neighbors asked if they could remove them for us. It was so sweet of them to take care of them for us!

 

 

Newly planted grass is now in this place.


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1/2 year project: Clearing out fence line, fixing fence boards, and painting the fence.

 

Our fence needed painting.

 

There was way too much brush, poison ivy and thorns to be able to get to the back of the fence to paint it the way it should be. We spent all last spring clearing out our back fence line. We all got pricks. Tater had a black locust thorn pierce him really bad and some poison ivy all over his body, but he didn’t complain and kept at it.

 

There were also areas where the fence needed fixing or new boards. Tater did that too. The kids and I tried to be his assistants. 

 

I spy Tater.

 

 

Adding to our burn pile.

 

Our horse loving girl keeping us company and hanging by our side.

 

Here is what it looked like before.

 

Here is what it looked like after we cleaned it up.

 

 

On to fixing boards and painting. Just like the house, this job was more fun because you saw immediate results. I wire brushed the entire fence line beforehand to remove flaking paint. Tater sprayed the fence with paint, and I went behind him with a paintbrush to get in the cracks and small areas. The fence seemed to go on and on. We worked on painting the fence for several months (Fall 2016).

 

Right side – done.

Left side – not done.

 

Making our way around.

 

Another trip to Lowes for more paint.

 

 

Loving the change!

 

Notice all the trees past our property line behind the fence.

 

Shortly after we cleared our several feet beyond our fence (as we were painting the outside of our fence) our neighbors cleared their land to use to farm. This was a surprise for us and definitely changed our view.

 

Checking out all the trees that were down behind us.

 

It opened everything up a lot more.

 

White fence, new¬†extended¬†view, and blue sky. We’ll take it!


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Whether it’s playing dress-up, jumping rope, or just living life in the everyday… she does it all with gusto. She’s 6 and living life to the fullest!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  1. Joy Blunier wrote: Love, love, love, LOVE these pics and these peeps! (06/13/17, 3:42 pm)

 

8 years old for this one! Still snuggly and caring as ever. Her 8 year old shoot and album.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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So every year, each of the kids have their yearly photo shoot with us. We make an album for them and give it to them as a gift sometime throughout the year. Its tradition, and it is something they love. The kids enjoy looking back at their albums throughout the years. Here they are opening them at Christmas this year.

 

Elle’s was unique, and she is able to color in hers.¬†Here is her album when it was given to her… before any coloring was done.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

She has been giving it color. It’s fun to see what she adds to it!

 


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He’s growing up, and I’m not quite so sure how I feel about that. He’ll turn 12 in less than 2 months. Here is his 11 year old album that we made for him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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