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I was looking for something different to do for this Memorial Weekend, but it seemed like I was just going to do some mundane chores around the house. My husband was going to be working at the softball park, Lauren wasn’t coming home and Haley just wanted to watch her videos. Boring!!! Then as my husband was watching a local baseball game on tv, there was an advertisement for ‘Junk Days’ in a nearby town. Bingo! Something fun and different to do!
Serve one ice-cold summer snack to each child in honor of the weeks to come. Then send four more home with a note of hope for lots of growth during summer warm weather. Moms will appreciate it, and kids will think of God’s blessing of summer each time they reach for their ice-cold refreshment!
Are your feet ready for flip flops? If so, head over to the dollar store and snag a pair (or 10). You will be amazed at with a few supplies what exactly you can do to it! Take a peek below at these fun spring flip flops you can make yourself, just in time for the spring season.
And what does everyone like to dip? Everything.
I’ve come up with 5 Delicious Dips that take minutes to prepare and are perfect for anything you want to submerge in deliciousness. Most are healthy. One is particularly decadent, but c’mon… it’s a dip… not a meal.
Celebrate America all summer long with your DIY Frosted Mason Jar Patriotic Luminaries.
I’ve had a few things on my crafting wish/to do list, and this was at the top of it!
My daughter, while she can be very prissy, can also be a bit of a TOM BOY.
She is pretty much fine with just a pony tail every single day.
I love quick and simple recipes that I can throw together when I am pressed for time or just don’t feel like cooking an extravagant meal. Let’s be honest, since I had Sophie, I haven’t had near as much time to cook.
Here’s a perfect summer salad recipe. Well, this recipe is good for any time of the year, but great if you’re looking to cook light and eat light during Summer.
Homemade Nonstick Spray?? Sounds to good to be true right! I saw the pin on Pintrest you have probably seen it to! Olive Oil and water equals nonstick? I finally remembered to grab a spray bottle (I just got one at Dollar Tree to try this out!!) and will be upgrading to an official Misto!!
we all know that everything in life is better with bacon, am i right? breakfast is probably the first subject that comes to mind when thinking of bacon but there are so many other possibilities that are out there today. everyone loves bacon, everyone…
If you have dry summer skin, or just want to give your dull skin a refreshing pick me up, a sugar scrub can fit the bill. Take a look at how simple it is to make your own homemade sugar scrubs so you can have smooth and fresh skin all year long!
Today I am going to share with you some handsoap that we have actually been using for about a year now. I found the original recipe on doTERRA blog. The first few times I made it I did follow the recipe exactly, but I didn’t really love how it felt on my hands. So I changed the recipe up some and now I totally LOVE it!!!!
I saw a neat idea for making a lotus flower ring holder on Pinterest and couldn’t wait to make one.
When I updated my laundry room, I bought a set of lotus flowers to make it pretty. . .
Whenever I BBQ I always think to myself, what can I cook as a side dish that requires the grill? Why leave a big open space on the grill when you can fill it with something else that smells delicious! Cooking in foil is one of my favorite ways to make easy recipes. All those delicious juices are trapped inside the foil marinating whatever is inside.
Banana Split Parfait Jars are a Summer Treat
I am always looking for fun recipes that I can make with my son. These Marshmallow Jello Pinwheels are perfect! With only 3 ingredients they are also SO easy to make.
I’m jealous of those who can bring in homemade treats for the kids at school. Lucky for Kari Stroschein, she can! She recently brought in a special snack for her daughter’s preschool class. Kari considered dirt cups because her daughter loves them so much.
Cinnamon Sugar Dessert Crepes are the perfect light ending to any meal. Speaking of meals, you know we don’t always play by the rules. We have been known to eat frozen custard for dinner. Why not eat Dessert Crepes for breakfast or lunch?
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