Have you ever tried your hand at cookie decorating? I think it takes a steady hand and a very imaginative mind. Cookie Decorating is an art. You need to bake perfect cookies. Not too much crunch and definitely not under cooked. You need the proper tools and time to do … continue reading →
Don’t you love a homemade Holiday ornament? I do! I make one ornament every year and give them with the friends treats. I have a friend named Marcie. She has 25 years of ornaments on her tree. Some look like her kids made them in elementary school but you have … continue reading →
I love to bake! I love to eat! I love Cookies!
Today, I would like to introduce you to my favorite blogger ever. She surely doesn’t know it but she has changed my waistline quite a bit. I cook almost everything she does. She travels and brings you photos and … continue reading →
It’s Holiday time and I really haven’t been blogging for a while now so I thought I would introduce you to some very talented bloggers with some cute ideas. Enjoy Chelsea’s Messy Apron. I love these jar ideas. All “do-able” and easy for a neighbor or teacher gift.
Happy … continue reading →
There’s a Miracle called friendship
That dwells within the heart,
And you don’t know how it happens
Or when it gets its start.
But the happiness it brings you
Always gives a special lift,
And you realize that friendship
Is life’s most precious gift.
Friends made along the way … continue reading →
Have you ever signed up for a Block of the Month? This idea is genius. Of course you can do a block of a project every month. There are 30 days in a month and it’s just one block. How many of us has said that same sentence? Back in … continue reading →
I was volunteered! How many times have you said that? The good thing is I like to be volunteered. That just means that someone thinks I can do it. In this case, the President of Stella Lighting, Nathan, volunteered me to help with the Coburg Quilt Show. The only problem … continue reading →
“As you begin a new start after your treatments, we hope this handmade washcloth will help you wash away the last marks of your radiation journey. May God bless you as you begin a new day.”
New Start Volunteers
That is the words on the card attached to the washcloth … continue reading →