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Bye Bye, Winter Blues

Bye Bye, Winter Blues

Well, it’s March 1st, but we just got socked by another snow storm here in the middle lands.  Fittingly, I’m sharing a guest post that just went up over on the Happy Family blog yesterday.  Head on over and check out my post on Warding off the Winter Blues.  I would love it if you would leave a comment with your tips and tricks for keeping your family happy in the Winter time! … Read entire article »

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Motherhood is Like a Cruise

Motherhood is Like a Cruise

Hubby and I were watching a “behind the scenes” type show about the cruise ship industry. They were talking about the tons of food that is prepared and consumed on each cruise, how much fuel is burned each day, and how many crewmembers working ten hour shifts for seven days in a row it takes to make the cruisers’ vacations … Read entire article »

Throwback: The Sugar Plum Ball

Throwback: The Sugar Plum Ball

Thought I’d share a little Thursday Throwback via this post that I wrote for Only in Arkansas about the Sugar Plum Ball (go read it).  Carina and Craig attended when Carina was age 3 and 4 and had so much fun! … Read entire article »

Organizing Winter Gear

Organizing Winter Gear

I have a guest post up this week over on my dear friend Nancy’s blog, There is Grace. It’s a step by step guide on how I tackled the Polar Gear Vortex that was my front entryway last winter.  If you’re already dreading the bundling, unbundling, and searching for lost gloves that this season brings, go check out this fun and easy DIY … Read entire article »

Stitch Fix #3

Stitch Fix #3

I’m excited to share my third stitch fix with you!  As I mentioned in my last stitch fix post, I have heard that the third fix is supposed to be the “magic” one where things start to jive, so I was really excited to get it.  If you want to learn more about Stitch Fix, check out my first stitch … Read entire article »

Down in the Delta

Down in the Delta

Helena, Arkansas is a small city on the banks of the Mississippi River. Some would call it a town, but I’m going to call it a city because of 1) Its size relative to other towns in the Delta Region, and 2) The number of descriptive words that come to my mind when I think about my recent visit there. … Read entire article »