Summer Fun: Kids Bowl Free is Back Early

Last summer we signed up with Kids Bowl Free to bowl two free games a day, all summer long. This year we got a message saying the program was starting up in March, so we've signed on again. Read on for the details! What is it? The Kids Bowl Free program is two free games … Continue reading Summer Fun: Kids Bowl Free is Back Early

Regrowing New Lettuce From Old Lettuce

I love seeing what I can regrow, whether it's from cuttings, stems or seeds. Recently I experimented with regrowing lettuce from a few different varieties I got in the Artisan Lettuce pack. You can try this with any kind of lettuce- it works great with romaine! I always replant my green onions, so when I … Continue reading Regrowing New Lettuce From Old Lettuce

Book Review: The Switcheroo Kangaroo

When I do a book review, I tend to include the full experience instead of just a synopsis and my opinion. So this is the story of how the Switcheroo Kangaroo, a book written by Deanna Purkiss and Illustrated by Christian Snyder, came to visit and teach my son about sharing his good fortune (and … Continue reading Book Review: The Switcheroo Kangaroo

I Got Trendy with Curtain Bangs

This week I updated my 'do with a new set of curtain bangs. The funny thing is, anytime I've had bangs they've always been curtain bangs, I just didn't know they had a fancy name! I have the kind of bangs that will do one thing only, and that's split down the middle. Curtain bangs … Continue reading I Got Trendy with Curtain Bangs

Choosing a Children’s Bedroom Theme

There are so many fun themes to choose from when decorating a child's bedroom. When they are first born, the room reflects the parents' personality and tastes, but as they get a little older the room starts to morph into a different style more in line with the child's budding personality. Here's a few ideas … Continue reading Choosing a Children’s Bedroom Theme

Yard at the Start of Spring

I know it's not exactly spring yet, but it's 80 degrees here in Florida and raining every day so things are blooming all over and I need to start doing some planting! Of course the day after starting this, we got a freeze warning for mid-week. Florida just can't make up its mind. I'm still going … Continue reading Yard at the Start of Spring

Easy Pico de Gallo Recipe

Pico de Gallo was the first salsa-type thing I learned to make, back before I even did a lot of cooking. A friend gave me the recipe more than 15 years ago, and I've tweaked it just a little over the years but the main ingredients are still the same: tomatoes, onions, cilantro, lemon or … Continue reading Easy Pico de Gallo Recipe