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I wanted to give several little girls a Valentine that didn’t involve sugar, but that they would like (which ruled out my sugarless prune brownies–I didn’t even like those. Don’t search for the post, you won’t find it). I found … Continue reading
How long until school starts? No, not in hours, but for those of you who knew, this post is for you. Well, to tell the truth, I don’t know how many hours until school starts, but this post is really … Continue reading
I’ve been seeing that around lately. I can honestly say I do not wish I were a 2012 high school graduate, but I am really happy with the fact that I have one. Can you pick him out? That’s my … Continue reading
For something homemade, not the same as every day, but easy, you can make your own cream filled cupcakes and afterwards decorate them however you like. First, I just used a cake mix to make cupcakes. Then I used a … Continue reading
Mr. Hatch is a lonely man who keeps to himself. But when he receives a rather large valentine from an anonymous admirer, he realizes that he is loved, and his view of himself and those around him changes. He feels … Continue reading
Nothing says love like a loaf of homemade bread. Here is the bread recipe I use all the time. (I’m not sure of its origin, though I got it from mother-in-law.) I can’t say whether it’s the best because there … Continue reading
When I was a kid, I thought it was a little strange when I found out a friend of mine had older siblings that I didn’t even know about. They were married already. Later I thought that families that had … Continue reading
Today on my walk I was listening to Rachel Remen’s book My Grandfather’s Blessings. This is actually my second time through it because it is packed with nuggets of wisdom and thoughts that need reflection, more attention that I could … Continue reading
This is a reminder I need on a daily, perhaps hourly, basis. I’m sharing it in case you need the reminder, too. If you liked this post, you might also like:What About Potty Training?Potty training. Ugh. Do you feel the … Continue reading