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I am a part time college instructor and full time craft and cooking enthusiast. I live in the deep south with my husband and two boys. Happy Reading!
My boys. Sweet, silly, constantly singing. J eats all his veggies. A does not. Neither of them is the quiet one.
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Monthly Archives: June 2010
My title sounds like a crazy children’s book. Perhaps it should be! So I finally figured out why soy is in so many breads… Because it MAY be in most all purpose and some self-rising flours. Unless you buy pure … Continue reading
I can’t say enough how pleased I am with the success of our garden this year. I have definitely been convinced that we shouldn’t turn the area into a sandbox! My herbs are as usual growing faster than I can … Continue reading
My Mom and I had to take my sweet baby for allergy testing on Wednesday. Needless to say the process of allergy testing a 20 month old is NOT fun in any sense of the idea. Based on my husband … Continue reading
As I have probably mentioned before, Super A loves to read. This summer we have taken advantage of the library and I have been really pleased with their selection especially the local branch near my parents’ house. I have found … Continue reading
I was SERIOUSLY excited when I saw the following soda in the check-out line at Target… When did they decide to bring back Squirt? I wonder if those Koala sodas I used to drink in Texas will surface next…. Lately … Continue reading
I am very impressed with the benefits of Organic Miracle Grow…behold… The tarragon and parsley are growing almost 80 percent more than they were last year (approximately). And the rest of our vegetables are still doing well, I think we … Continue reading
Carrying presents down the hall… Impressed that Super A wrapped it all… Stopping for a minute to watch cartoons and play… On a happy Father’s Day! Helping Papa open his gifts was the next item on our list… The new … Continue reading
This is a super simple take on a recipe I saw on Giada at Home. One of the most common things I do is see recipes and then make something similar with the items I have. Mainly so I don’t … Continue reading