Last fall, I dedicated an entire blog post to felt board quotes I had found on Pinterest and you beautiful human beings loved it. But I never really talked about why you need to get a felt board. For those who aren't aware, a felt board is what a menu board used to be… Continue reading Why You Need a Felt Board Stat
Many years ago on this blog, I would write a post weekly (back when I used to write two to three times weekly WHO THE HELL WAS I?) titled Three Things. I only ended up writing 11 of those posts back in 2011, and then abruptly stopped. Essentially it was three things I did… Continue reading Three Good Things
In January, I started a new "segment" on the blog called Screw It, I'm Eating Tater Tots. Only, I didn't realize when I was writing that blog post that it would become a "segment". But I do have a lot of things going on in my life that don't necessarily fit into one blog… Continue reading Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots- Part Two
Back in December, I wrote about how people found my blog in 2018, and one of the searches was "award-winning child cookie recipe" which is just silly. And messed up as well. But it was as I was typing this blog post that I remembered that search and thought, WHOA, WAS IT A PREMONITION… Continue reading Award-Winning Chili that God Would Approve Of
I've never met a person who doesn't like pizza. I know they are out there but I personally have not met anyone. Maybe because for the past 29 years, I have lived in the Chicago area which is loaded with pizza options so it doesn't give a person a chance not to like pizza.… Continue reading Tortilla Pizza – A Lot Sadder Than Regular Pizza But It’ll Do
First, I need to be honest and tell you that I didn't even think I could cut it as a homeschool mom. I had pinned homeschool ideas for years before we took the plunge in preparation for possibly/maybe homeschooling Ella. Rather, I took the plunge. Because let's face it, Ella had no idea what was involved.… Continue reading How is Homeschooling Going?
My therapist suggested that I embrace winter this year for the first time in many, many years. Of course, she suggested this in October when there was green grass, above 50-degree temperatures, and air that didn't give me a lung infection when I inhaled. BUT OKAY!! I WILL EMBRACE WINTER! This was… Continue reading You Aren’t Pronouncing Hygge Correctly