I wanted to combine the tender sugar cookie bar from Jamie, who has great recipes and her site is http://jamiecooksitup.net/ with one of my most favorite sweets — Mother’s Animal Circus Cookies and I think it turned out…A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!
Perfect for picnics, outings or anytime you want a yummy sweet treat.
Already time? Wow this month has flown by, but to sweeten it to the very end, it’s our own Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop. Great ideas, recipes and so many things to try!
Today’s most viewed post is absolutely no surprise. Just look at the title and you will see why! “3 Seconds to an Organized Husband” by Coconut Head Survival Guide. Were you one of the ones who clicked on it the moment you saw it? I was!!!
The gardens are still producing zucchini, so here is a great side dish for any meal to incorporate the squash.
It is also easy on the budget, fast and quick to put together.
This dish has a creamy, slightly cheese sauce and the topping of buttery crunch makes it all come together nicely.
Stan and I are celebrating our 33rd Anniversary — I’m telling you, that came fast!
I believe strongly that marriage is ordained of God and is the basis for a strong, successful family; as well as vital for a thriving community and prosperous country.
It is imperative for the wife and husband to maintain their individuality, while equally crucial to be companions with shared righteous goals.
My soon to be published novel, “A Mother’s Shadow” addresses marriage and I’m thrilled to share an excerpt:
It’s back to school time and for any college students, or anyone, who could use some tips on basic sewing, here’s the post for YOU!
Mending 101 — How to Thread a Needle, click HERE
How to Sew on a Button, click HERE (I learned a trick or two about tying off the back and how to be sure the fabric won’t pucker or be too tight.)
Need a quick hem, or to keep your blouse in place? Click HERE
Using Washi tape you find in the craft store, you can quickly and economically personalize note cards for any occasion!
Washi Tape is very economical, and a little goes a llooonnnggg way.
My son Devin and his lovely wife, my daughter-in-law Ashley, created a very whimsical birthday party for their oldest son, my grandson.
Working with family they made the party imaginative and extraordinary.