All Blog Posts Tagged 'house' (39)

Charrrrrrrrrrrge!!!!

If you've been following my blog for any length of time, you know by now that Goatdog and I have a love/hate relationship.  Sure, he may look cute and all, but don't let that fool ya for even one little second:

 

 

He is the Tazmanian Devil disguised as an Airedale.  You'd see just what I mean if you were to watch him in action when someone approaches our front…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on September 22, 2011 at 2:13pm — No Comments

"My House, My Rules" - My Mother's Philosophy

I was just having a conversation with my mother today about her philosophy, "My house, My rules." I have had the privilege of being on both sides of that fence. As a kid growing up in her house, I dealt with having to live by her rules as most of us have while living with our parents. Some rules I agreed with and others I didn't, but it didn't matter if I agreed or not because I was living in herhouse with her rules. Now I'm a mother living in my own home…

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Added by Elizabeth Heger on August 11, 2011 at 11:50am — No Comments

Destructive Little Devils

Misadventures in Motherhood ...: Destructive Little Devils: "On most days, I feel like I'm handling this motherhood thing okay.  Sure, my hair hasn't been trimmed in about three months and my bangs now..."

Added by Misadventures in Motherhood on July 12, 2011 at 7:21pm — No Comments

Allergy Proof Your Home

Allergy season has arrived. The best place to start preventing allergies is at home. Here are some tips for decreasing allergens (such as dust-mites and mold) in your home.  The effectiveness of these steps will vary due to what type of allergy you or your family members have.

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Added by Lori Thayer on May 9, 2011 at 8:55pm — No Comments

A Letter to Myself in 2006

Dear Self,



I know you are taking time out of your incredibly intense existence to read this. I know as you look at the page, you aren't able to pensively nibble at the end of your pen as you contemplate the next brilliant phrase to jot down. I know your air of mystery and sexy aloofness must be put on pause, and that the corner couch of the Starbucks will be wasted on you for these few moments, but I have an important message: Get over yourself.



Yes, that's right. Life is… Continue

Added by Darlena Cunha on December 20, 2010 at 11:37am — No Comments

I am not Martha: Our Gingerbread Shanty

I think of myself as a pretty creative person, decent at crafting and creating. Apparently my crafting niche does not extend to the making of gingerbread houses however. First, I made the icing way too thin, so it took me 3 days and lots of strategic propping to get the house to stand up. I decided not to even attempt to prop up the chimney, so the kids and I put it aside ate it. Then, I made the decorating icing too thin so most of our candy decorations were…

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Added by Alysa Bajenaru, RD, CPT on December 14, 2010 at 11:16pm — No Comments

Reviews & Giveaways at Holiday Traditions - Don't miss out!

Review of ....Featuring Norah Jones
Blog: GivingNSharing



Oh friends, I received a pre-release of Nora…
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Added by Tina Peterson on November 28, 2010 at 8:30pm — No Comments

The Beginnings of the Gingerbread House

Ok guys, I've been really nervous to put this up here because it's pretty rough and just starting out. I think it has potential though, so I'm going to brave it and you'll hopefully give me some feedback to help make it better. I've read and been told that thinking outside the box (or outside the house as the case may be) is better when it comes to a gingerbread competition so I attempted to branch out a bit (no pun intended) and try something a little different. I hunted around the internet… Continue

Added by Julie Mastbrook on October 15, 2010 at 7:00am — No Comments

Time to Baby Proof the House ~www.TheBloggingMom.com~

It was that time again....well-check time at the doctor's office. It is hard to believe that little Huddie is six months old! Everything checked out fine of course we knew he was perfect. We have a healthy, happy, and absolutely adorable six month old bouncing baby boy.



Just being content with bouncing, unfortunately, is starting to be a thing of the past though. Yep, my days of sitting on the floor beside the little guy watching him chew on his toys sounds… Continue

Added by Molly on October 9, 2010 at 10:35am — No Comments

When Mommy’s A Mess

Do you ever feel, that as the centrifugal force of the house, that mommy’s mood sets the tone for the the whole family? This Blog post came to me a couple of weeks ago, when my girlfriend said, “Can you Blog

about how when we are not good, the rest of our family never feels good?

And how we can pull ourselves out of these slumps?”

So really, what happens if mom’s not happy?…

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Added by Erica Diamond on October 7, 2010 at 3:58pm — No Comments

The Little House That Love Built

Once upon a time, there was a little girl named, Bunny. Her parents moved her to the country, without a thought to asking her if she wanted to go, and made her live in a house that had no neighbors to play with, no paved streets to ride her bike on

and that had an army of bugs always on the ready to attack. When she moved to the country, she was

afraid of dogs and horse, but her parents felt the need to fill the house, yard

and pasture with a lot of these…

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Added by Lanita Moss on June 3, 2010 at 7:30am — No Comments

The Border State Rule

When I was growing up, my Dad had a rule in our house, when you move away after college; you have to live outside a 500-mile radius of home. OK…don’t ask, but I will say

that when I eventually did move away from home, I did manage to move just

outside the 500-mile radius. The

funny thing was, as soon as I did, Daddy asked me when I was going to move

home. So much for house rules.



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Added by Lanita Moss on May 20, 2010 at 7:24am — No Comments

Brenda Novak's Online Auction to Benefit Diabetes Research

Diabetes is a killer. My 15 year old son was diagnosed with it when he was 11. It's been a tough almost five years, but things are looking up. I met Brenda Novak, a NY Times bestselling author, at a local writers meeting. Her son has the disease, too. Brenda is a dynamo. She took a proactive approach and started her Online Auction a few years ago. Since then, it's raised more than $700,000 for diabetes research!!


I host a page on the auction site, and this week Brenda is…
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Added by Misa Ramirez on April 28, 2010 at 12:05pm — No Comments

Taxes and The While House Forum on Workplace Flexibility

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Added by Bradi Nathan on April 12, 2010 at 6:41pm — No Comments

When Did I Turn into THIS!??

You know how on Oprah when she’s interviewing someone who just dropped 150 pounds, she’ll ask, “What was your ah-hah moment, the moment you decided to take action?” Like Jeopardy, I shout out the answer before the contestant: “What is a photograph!”



Sure enough, The Photograph taken of her at a party, wearing stripes that go the wrong way, and spandex stretch pants that accentuate the plate of food on her lap, is plastered on a giant screen and the audience gasps and then applauds.… Continue

Added by Amy Musing on March 7, 2010 at 8:12pm — No Comments

Our Suburban Garage was a Crack House

We didn’t know our garage was being used as a crack house until this weekend when we cleaned it out. Judging by how long we’ve had some of the lawn products where we discovered the evidence, this appears to be a two-year operation.



We wouldn’t have suspected a thing if Skye hadn’t purchased a...[Please Continue Reading]… Continue

Added by Amy Musing on September 22, 2009 at 5:29pm — No Comments

Earth Promise “21 in 21″ Interview Series: Leslie Drogin - Government Affairs Analyst

Leslie Drogin - Government Affairs Analyst at the law firm, K&L Gates, and former Senior Advisor for Policy and Legislative Affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy





Ms. Drogin is currently a Government Affairs Analyst in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. She focuses on energy policy. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Drogin worked as a Senior Advisor for Policy and Legislative Affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE).… Continue

Added by Heather on April 9, 2009 at 9:44am — No Comments

Marketing to Moms and How NOT to Mess With A Blogger!

Look, it's no secret, I like getting stuff -- says so, right on my review blog -- but, what I especially like about blogging is finding out about stuff (whatever it is, I need, at the moment) connecting with others (like me) and then being able to share all the good stuff...with you guys ...FAST!



Yeah, sometimes I get invited to really cool events (seriously, even my real life friends were more than a little surprised to see pictures of me...in Hollywood) but, I've been doing this… Continue

Added by Liz Thompson on January 26, 2009 at 5:17pm — No Comments

Blogging Out Hunger: So, I Got Stop & Shop To Do Their Part, Now It's Your Turn!!!

Well, here's where you (yes, YOU!) come in. All you have to do is a leave a comment on this post over at This Full House -- like, telling us what's your plan on dealing with this cuh-ray-zee holiday week, or something as simple as, you know, what's for dinner -- and Stop & Shop will donate $1.00 and are more than ready to write a check (for up to $300.00) to… Continue

Added by Liz Thompson on December 30, 2008 at 10:35am — No Comments

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