My daughter asked me if I would make a DIY Magnet Board Chore Chart for her. She had what she wanted it to look like and how to make it…so I was just in charge of putting it all together! :) (more…)
I just went to a Handi Quilter Retreat for my long arm quilting machine and it was unbelievable! I learned so much that I still feel like I am digesting some of the information. I had a great time, made new friends and learned a ton!
I took a couple of my grandkids to the Thanksgiving Point Gardens and I was thinking that the kids might be a little bit bored walking through the gardens…but they loved it! So much so, that we had to go back again a few days later! My secret…I let my 9 year old granddaughter take my camera and she had a great time. The battery on my camera died about half way through the gardens, so that is why we had to go back a few days later to finish our photo shoot! :) (more…)
Today is the day!
The 40 day conference reading challenge starts today! I hope that you are all on board and that you have your conference magazines ready to go. The talk for today is a great way to start. It is on page 134, they spoke to us, titled “Making Conference Part of Our Lives”. There is a section for children, youth, and adults. It is a great way to get others involved with you and your reading program!
If you are wondering what I am talking about, click the link here, 40 Day Conference Challenge-April 2015 Conference. You will find a printable bookmark with a reading schedule to read all of the conference talks for, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, in 40 days! You will finish the Sunday before the October General Conference.Tomorrow we will read President’s Monson’s talk on “Blessings of the Temple”, so we are going to be off to a great start!
The kids in our area start school today also, so this perfect timing for those mothers with kids in school. You might be able to find a few minutes to read and study while the kids are away to school! I can hardly believe that the summer is fast coming to an end…where does the time go? I have a little standing joke with my sister…when our kids were younger, we would call each other on the first day of school and wish each other a “HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!” :) So in honor of traditions gone by I decided to make this fun sign for all you mothers out there with school age children:You know you love it! Even though I was always a little bit sad to get back into the routine of school…it was also a happy day! :)
Thanks for Visiting. Happy Reading!
These Free Printable Lunch Box Notes are the perfect touch to tuck into the kiddos lunches!
Let your little ones know how much you care about them and that you are thinking of them with these fun little free printable lunchbox notes! You can add your own personal sentiment on the back…or just tuck the note as is… in their lunchbox, backpack, a book, or their pocket for a fun little surprise! (more…)
My neighbor gave me some fresh blackberries from her garden, so I decided to try making a Blackberry Nectarine Cobbler! It was so delicious! I loved the tartness of the fruit with the sweetness of the crumble topping and the creamy whipped cream…Pure Heaven!
Okay everyone…Are you up to the challenge??? I have the new 40 day Conference Challenge. This bookmark is for the April 2015 Conference from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
A few weeks ago, my granddaughter and I made a strawberry quilt block from the new Lori Holt Farm Girl Vintage Book.
My family absolutely loves Chocolate Butterscotcharoo Bars, so when I saw a recipe for Chocolate Butterschotcharoo cookies…I knew that I just had to try them. And they did not disappoint…no, not even a little tiny bit! :) I have to make this recipe when I know that I have lots of people to help eat them or I know I can give away a couple of platefuls.