As a family we are all very grateful for you concern and well wishes for my little grand daughter. She is home, and we would appreciate your continued prayers for her speedy recovery.
When illness or tragedy strike it is easy to feel helpless? I have a few experiences that might offer some ideas of how to give comfort and assistance.
Update 3/8: Thank you for all of your comments, likes and especially your prayers for my little granddaughter. Update: the medicine for her eye infection seems to be improving the condition. Her oxygen levels dropped last night, but she didn’t quit breathing. She may be released in the next day or two; however, will probably be sent home with oxygen, monitors for breathing and such. We are so incredibly grateful for modern medicine and advanced technology.
Update 3/7: My granddaughter is breathing easier but now has a serious eye infection. Please keep her in your prayers. We all appreciate your kind comments and well wishes; they mean so much.
A new baby girl joins our family; it hasn’t been all smooth sailing though.
My ‘Do It Yourself’ Facial will pamper you on a budget. It is very easy and oh, so yummy to the skin.
Need a pick-me-up? Want to brighten your face and clean out the every day pollutants? Give this natural ingredient recipe a try.
We LOVE this recipe and look forward to it every year. When you find a great deal on good cuts (flats with little fat are your best value for the money), buy an extra or two, wrap them well and freeze for later.
When you buy Corned beef, it is prepared by using the brisket, which is cured in a brine solution with seasonings.
Then you cook it slowly in moist heat to produce a savory, slightly salty extraordinary tender piece of meat.
My recipe is so easy and makes your house smell delish — you do not need to wait for St. Patrick’s Day, you will want to eat it all year long!
This tender, flavorful, wonderful bread is so quick to make up and does not use yeast; the secret is in the buttermilk.
Irish Soda Bread is traditionally served with Corned Beef, however, it’s so easy you can serve this anytime and it makes excellent toast.
Julie and Lance Andreasen were my first featured family. They were incredible to work with me, since it was my very first week of putting up my site.
Julie contacted me and asked if I would put up their information again, as they are hoping to adopt another little angel into their family.
Please pass this information around; you never know what God has in plan, and who will be involved to bless a child into this loving family.
A remedy for one of the ‘foot-in-mouth’ occurrences?
This little topper for a sandwich ziplock baggie will do the trick.
You can make my Lemon & White chocolate Cookies, or even fill the baggie with Lemon Head candies.
Nothing feels better than extending a hand of forgiveness or regret.
My daughter-in-law Ashley made tissue paper flowers, or poms, to decorate for Tawni’s baby shower, my other daughter-in-law. Click HERE to see the post. Ashley did this tutorial with me so you can make them too.
These poms are so easy and a very inexpensive way to decorate for many occasions. They could be used for bridal or baby showers, a birthday party, a mom and daughter or daddy daughter activity, a bedroom, or even made up using school colors for the dinner or get-together before or after a high school dance!
The sky is the limit!
This recipe is so easy because you begin with a cake mix! Add in a few fresh ingredients and these little treasures are hard to stay out of.
Moist, soft, wonderful, a little tart with a bit of sweet — simply fabulous!