My family and I are so excited next month because its gonna be a fun and exciting month for us since my mom and her boyfriend are going to spend their holiday here in the Philippines. They will stay here in our city and they are also planning to have a tour on different tourist [...] read more »
Do you plan to do some Valentines Day crafts with your children? If so, here are 21 cute ideas for crafts related to Valentines Day for kids! This website is awesome they quite often have free e-books with some really cool ideas. If you decide to download this book and if you do create some of these crafts with your children, I would LOVE it if youd come back and comment here about your experience! read more »
IHOP is hosting their annual National Pancake Day on February 5th! IHOP is giving everyone a free shortstack of Buttermilk pancakes on that day in exchange for their consideration of making a donation to the Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals or other charities local to the IHOP location! I think this is completely awesome! Click on the image below for more information and lets all go out and show some support for IHOP trying to help these great causes! read more »
Happy Super Bowl Sunday! It is Super Bowl XLVII and it is being held right here in my neck of the woods. New Orleans, Louisiana! Everyone knows what the Super Bowl is (at least I hope so!) but do you know the history of it? Click on the image below for a pretty neat history lesson from the NFL itself! It includes some cool information about each Super Bowl dating all the way back to the first one! The information includes a recap, boxscore, and MVP and the newer ones include photos and highlights! read more »
Happy Groundhog Day! Lets hope the groundhog doesnt see his shadow! I know I am ready for spring to come along! Here is a picture of Punxsutawney Phil! Click on the image to learn more about the history of Groundhog Day and how it is celebrated! read more »
National Freedom Day is another holiday that I had no idea existed. It seems strange not to have known this since I am married to an active duty United States Army soldier and have been for nearly 9 years! Timeanddate.com describe National Freedom Day as an observance in the United States that honors the signing of a resolution that proposed the 13th amendment of the nations constitution on February 1, 1865. Abraham Lincoln, who was the president at the time, signed the resolution to outlaw slavery. Th... read more »
Valentine's Day is just few weeks away so I've begun my search for the best and cutest doggie fashion and accessories. Here's just a few of my favorite things I'm already drooling over. And yes, a real dog can wear pink!
1. This gorgeous dresscomplete with ruffles and a bow is made for the doggie diva - if only Kirby was a girl had a little sister then I would buy this at Poochie Heaven. 2. I can see Kirby styling in this red satin bow tiefrom Baxter Boo. 3. For the dog who doesn't like a lot of fuss ... read more »
This has not been a good day.
I had to wake up really early after a rough weekend with not enough sleep and I got sick in the middle of the day and had to go home, just to find that my medication had not been dropped off by FedEx (I got it eventually, no worries). I spent the late afternoon watching movies and trying to make myself eat.
And then!...I got a package. A package that my Momma sent back with our neighbor. A Valentine's package. It's not technically February yet but it's so close and it was... read more »
Are you looking at the Eggnog in your refrigerator or thinking about making/buying some?Now that you have some eggnog, what can you do with it besides drink it with or without alcohol?Kimberly at Poor Girl Eats Well came up with a delicious cheesecake that is perfect for parties. Instead of drinking a shot of eggnog, how about eating one?
Spiced Eggnog Cheesecake Dessert ShotsSince we're eating our eggnog, over at Real Mom Kitchen, they are whipping up some eggnog french toast with some eggnog syrup?... read more »
"I Have a Dream" is a 17-minute public speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered on August 28, 1963, in which he called for an end to racism in the United States. Today we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Now is the time to lift our nation from the quick sands of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God's children.
But there is something that I must say to my people who stand on the warm threshold which leads into the palace ... read more »