Sometimes getting my family to eat their vegetables can be very tricky. My husband is my biggest veggie hater there is. I’m always looking for new recipes or ways to hide vegetables in food. Sometimes it can be a challenge. But, today I’m sharing with you a few awesome veggie recipe ideas. Be prepared to pin away! Pizza curst idea: Who doesn’t love cookies! Wouldn’t be a picnic
Most of my life I’ve lived inside the city limits. Our previous address was located on the edge of town and it was typical to have a few deer, possums, groundhogs and raccoons wonder on our property. But, living in our current location, garden guests are usually limited to squirels, chipmunks and bunnies. It’s out of the norm to see much more then that. While I was waiting to pick
A few weeks ago Scrapality was hacked. It was gone and there was nothing I could do. I even contacted GoDaddy.com for assistance and they couldn’t help me. After reaching out for help I was finally able to connect with someone that could help me. It was a long three weeks, but I’m back. I’m so happy to be back and can’t wait to return to the blogging life.
This October my husband and I will be married ten years. We didn’t have a typical wedding, we decided on a Renaissance/Medieval theme wedding because both of us have been married previously and we thought it would be fun. It was a festive ceremony with guests invited to dress the part, lots of colorful decorations and lots of laughs. It was so much fun. Maybe I’ll dig out my photos to
Who doesn’t love berries? Today’s recipes is all about the berries. If you’re a fan of berries, you’ll love these recipes. In this roundup you will find everything from breakfast items to even a afternoon adult beverage recipe! Pin your favortie recipes and leave some love for your favorite food bloggers. How about a simple but yummy snack: A desert to die for: How about a breakfast idea: Almost to pretty to
A few weeks ago I shared with you a garden hack using cardboard. The idea was to cover the area you wish to use for your garden in early spring. Then, spray the cardboard with water so it doesn’t fly away. Finally, add heavy objects to help hold the cardboard in place. When you’re ready to sow your garden, remove the cardboard to find a decayed sod. Who likes to remove the sod,
What a gorgeous week! Our temperatures here in Ohio lingered around 80 with the sun shining brightly. If you missed my latest pallet creation you can read the post at Reclaimed Wood Flower Boxes. I was also asked for an interview by 1001pallets.com. You can read all about that at 1001pallets Interview. This coming week I’ll be sharing a garden update. The garden is finally planted and ready to
It’s always exciting to be featured by another blog. And, when it’s a site in your niche it’s even more exciting. A few weeks ago, I was approached by 1001pallets.com for an interview. I was so excited, blown away even! How could I say no? I was pleased to hear I was one of their top 10 contributors. For real. Top 10! I’ve shared everything from my
Happy Memorial Day! I hope your day is full of cookouts, family and friends. Let’s not forget the ones who gave all they have to protect our freedom. Happy Memorial Day! Today we’re celebrating the day with our favorite vet, my father! Over the last few weeks I’ve slowly worked on new flower beds for my herringbone deck. If you haven’t seen my deck you can view the post at
Last night our local greenhouse delivered four cubic yards of dirt to my backyard. My daughters and I carried the dirt in three gallon buckets to the newly built flower boxes around the deck. It was painful and lot of trips back and forth. I think I wore a path in the yard. Oops, I spilled the beans! My latest pallet project involves flower boxes. A really BIG flower box!