Things have bee a little quite for me in the blogging world: I don't have much time to sit down to my computer these days, but I haven't forgotten. I am in the midst of starting up a new business, reorganizing my house, and - oh ya - my son's wedding this month! Holy Crap!!! My son is getting married in two weeks! It is very surreal for sure. We are busy planning our big party - here are your reasons to have one of your own.
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Most of us are super busy these days and don't have time to sit down to eat a healthy breakfast. Lucky Charms and power bars seem to be the main stream for most, if breakfast is even eaten at all. However, with a little preparation the night before, you can wake up to an amazing breakfast all ready to go, and, depending on how big your family is, it can keep you going for several mornings.
Friday, July 5, 2013
It doesn't take a lot of time and thought to make a fun holiday treat. These patriotic cookies were a snap to make and a huge hit at our party! The only extra time involved was sitting and picking out all of the blue and red M&M's, but it really only took about 5 minutes and was worth it.
Thursday, July 4, 2013
It's always the little things that can make the big differences and make an ordinary breakfast fun and festive. All we did was add vanilla yogurt, blueberries and strawberries to our morning pancakes and walla! - instant American Pride. These lovely pancakes put us all in the mood for the days festivities ahead.
Monday, July 1, 2013
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Jess is home and getting ready to graduate next weekend. We decided to have her graduation party this last weekend, since we will have to make the 2 hour drive to her campus for the ceremony, we thought it would be too much for one day to try and do both. Pizza has been a staple in our house for years, so I wanted to make some, but wanted something a little different. Here's what I came up with.
Saturday, June 1, 2013
It's June! We are starting to get a few more sun breaks than before and the temperature is slowly getting to a more bearable level. Soon we will start moving outside for more of our activities and soaking in the much needed Vitamin D. Here are Junes excuses to throw a party: if you need more than the sunshine as an excuse.
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Sunday, May 26, 2013
You have a hankering for a cookie, go in to make a batch and end up with 3-4 dozen. One of two things happens: you either waste some because you have too many, or more often than not eat WAY too many because they are there to tempt you at every turn. I started doing this with my cookie dough a few years back and thought, why the heck didn't I think of this 20 years ago!
Thursday, May 23, 2013
I love being a mom. I have loved every stage of my mothering adventure. Each stage has been a blessing and a joy. Cuddling with a sleeping baby, the excitement of the first steps, craft time with the grade schooler - I actually even loved the teen years and really connected with my kids on a deeper level during that time. One of the things I loved the most as my children grew up was watching them interact with each other, and seeing the amazing bond that they had: my kids have always been incredibly close. But, this adult thing has been a huge challenge fore me!
Friday, May 17, 2013
I'm not sure what is wrong with the male eye, but it doesn't work as well as the female eye. The problem is either in the eye, or in the connective/computing tissue between the eye and the brain. It's a strange phenomenon, but men don't see dirt. It can be right there in front of them, staring them straight in the face, and they either don't see it or just cannot compute that it's there.
Here is an example to back up my theory.