My Next Project: Home Made Mac n Cheese +


Just FYI, if anyone was wondering;

My Name  is Kristina Lynn

and my user name is Krislinatin (pronounced Kris leana tin)

I was called that when I was a baby, I also called myself  ‘Tis baby Fairchild’

for Kris baby Fairchild, some kids have a hard time with the ‘k’s.

Tonight I’m making homemade mac and cheese. Home engineers do that.

Do you realize how much homemade mac n cheese cost? 15 bucks just for the cheese, takes a lot of cheese for the cheese.  Is cheese still the slang term for money, or am I way behind the times? 😉

I can give you my recipe if you want, leave a comment.

Two Reformed articles at Christianity Today,

This first one was good, kinda choppy, like they had to edit the article, but maybe it was because it was late, I was tired and not wearing my reading glasses.

Young, Restless, Reformed

It’s All About God




Two articles in particular are wonderful in this PDF sample of TableTalk magazine; Radically Contagious and  A World of Tomorrows

If you are so inclined and can afford it, I’d recommend acquiring a subscription to TableTalk, its has great articles, and a monthly devotional all set to a monthly theme.



A Home Engineer needs good tools, which is obviously not this one!

I have a great post I’m ruminating over, Ephesians 6, might take a while, but I will get it up.

Have a great day! Krislinatin

Be Still and Know That I am God

Psalms 46:10

About Kristina

54 year old Christian lady, knitter, crafter, church admin, thrill seeker (only when shopping at thrift stores for tremendous bargains) my 4 dogs and my pigs servant, a child of God, saved, redeemed and trying to be joyful in a fallen world.

5 responses »

  1. Haven’t installed a pool yet, we have an above ground one that the boy just floats around in all summer! Give the hair about 3 months, the silver highlights will be shining thru!

  2. When I was a young lad we had an above ground pool we set up in the spring and took down in the fall. I helped my dad. My job was to stand in the 2-3″ of water as the pool filled and plug in and unplug the filter from the extension cord. At 12 it didn’t seem like a big deal, though now I often wonder how much insurance my parents had taken out on me.

    We’re thinking of putting in a below ground pool. Do you have a strong back and experience with pouring concrete? Oh, and I mentioned to my redhead you were interested in doing some work for us, and she asked if you were bonded and insured.

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