Picnics are fun affairs. I love to pack up a lunch and eat outdoors, and so do my children. One of my favorites is the impromptu affair with In-N-Out Burger. But, if I have time to plan, then here’s what we might pack – my recipe for A Great Picnic: tablecloth (and tablecloth weights or […]
I was recently chosen to participate in Marx Food’s Blogger Recipe Challenge: Game Sausage Edition. I was sent four links of one of the sausages in their game sausage sampler. The type I was to receive was a mystery until the FedEx man delivered me my cute little, ice-packed, cooler-type package. We were waiting with […]
If you’ve got a move in your future, you’ll benefit from signing up with Home Depot. We’ve loved the 10% coupon they provide. It’s so great for buying supplies or helping to fund a home improvement project. With each move, FishPapa has had a running list of all his “wannagets,” and the coupon has always […]
Why do they insist on going outside in stocking feet? Why do these little girly strollers always come apart? Why does sauerkraut have only 5 calories per serving, but chocolate ice cream has 140? Why are there never any spoons? Where did all the other socks go?
Coupons? Check. Storage system that works for you? Check. Now what? Years ago I would clip a coupon here or there and use them only for items that I would buy anyway. It was great justification to spend extra money I didn’t have on fancy or organic items. I didn’t see how clipping coupons really […]
URS, or Ultimate Recipe Swap, as is its given name, is a chance to gather and share great recipes. I’ve so enjoyed seeing what you all love to eat and to gain new recipes to try. Last week featured Grill Talk. Those of you who leave the cookin’ out to hubs will appreciate Brianna’s recipe […]
In my dozen years of motherhood, I’ve moved to new towns three different times. Each time we arrived not knowing the lay of the land at all. But, over time we found restaurants that we liked, parks that the kids enjoyed, and amusements to while away our free time. One thing that helped us become […]
For my first 10 years of parenting, blue was the primary color in these here parts. With four boys in 7 years, I never thought that I would ever see pink or ribbons or Mary Janes. God, of course, had other plans. And while it’s taken some adjusting, we all – even FishBoy5 – appreciate […]