Christmas is for the memories. Christmas is for the anticipation. Christmas, at least when you're the parent of two year olds, is not for the day, itself.
On Christmas Eve, I excitedly brought down my horribly wrapped presents and placed them carefully under the tree in the most eye-pleasing manner I could manage. I stepped back to view my work, envisioning the happy day that was surely awaiting us.…
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Years ago I bought a very large storage container and filled it with all the items my family would need in case of an emergency and stored it next to my garage door for easy access. Over the years I have emptied out expired items but never remember to refill it. After this…Continue
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I hope your holidays are Merry and the New Year will be fantabulous!
See my Wordless Wednesday post at Georgia Angel ~A Southern Aries Woman.
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Last night, I looked through the fridge and cupboards for inspiration as to what to make for dinner. I decided to make Teriyaki salmon on a bed of rice with steamed vegetables on the side.
The salmon needed to be marinated for at least an hour before baking so I got to work immediately... and then IT happened....…
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These are really fun and easy to make!Continue
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Christmas has been so hectic. Dragging babies across the country, presents, presents, different foods, different people, presents, a massive snow storm, and, well, presents.
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Well our fish is no its last fin and I am not sure what to do about it. We have had it for 2 years and I hear form those who have fish that 2 years is a long time for a fish.
You can see in the picture below the swollen blue eye and this blue has started to show up all over the purple color the fish is…
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I'm restless. Already. You probably know how it is. You've been been so hyped up for Christmas; you've shopped, baked, mailed, decorated, done everything you need to do to fulfill your holiday obligations and you've succeeded.
Your days have been overflowing with Christmas spirit.
But ... now Christmas is over. Just. Like. That. And don't get me wrong - it was great. I loved it. And I miss it already. But it's just when you've been going, going, going for so long, it's kind of…Continue
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Happy boxing day, well yesterday! I did not get a chance to post this yesterday as I was too busy playing with the kids and all their new Christmas toys. LOL
I was so sick and tired of being couped up in the house, even though its freezing cold outside so I took the dog…
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This morning, the Christmas tree lights are unplugged, and it’s just a dark form in the corner of the room. If I touch the needles of the tree, they shatter in my hand. Where presents used to spill out on the floor in abundance, just a carpet of dried needles can be found.
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