What to Celebrate in July – National Month of…

What to Celebrate in July – National Month of…

Need more reasons to celebrate in the month of July? There are plenty of things related to July being the national month of… National Anti-Boredom Month National Baked Bean Month National Blueberry Month National Cell Phone Courtesy Month National Culinary Arts Month National Horseradish Month National Hot Dog Month National Ice Cream Month National Picnic Month National Watercolor Month National Anti-Boredom Month Well this one is easy enough to fix just by celebrating all the … Continue Reading →
Things To Do and Resources in Missouri

Things To Do and Resources in Missouri

Instead of just St. Louis area things to do this week, I thought I would give you all some resources for all across the wonderful state of Missouri. Missouri Department of Conservation Magazines This is an amazing FREE resource for those of you in Missouri. I grew up with my dad getting the Missouri Conservationist Magazine and once I moved out on my own it was one of the first things I made sure to … Continue Reading →
Society, Judgement, the Company You Keep and More

Society, Judgement, the Company You Keep and More

I haven’t done a post like this for a while, but I was struck today by the need to for various reasons. First – I don’t feel well today. I have some major female issues (for another post) that happen and I need to have surgery but it has to wait for right now. It made my family plans change for today which I hate. In the same vein, although not related to today, my … Continue Reading →
Eat Your Veggies!

Eat Your Veggies!

I was planning on posting this before but life happens. The infographic is too amazing to not share though. It is all about vegetables and all the different varieties! Growing up I was pretty limited to veggies, but so were most other people. It was not until after I got married, and then still several more years, that I really discovered fresh vegetables and how delicious, healthy, and amazing they are. Now I love vegetables! I’ve … Continue Reading →
Things To Do in St. Louis, Missouri Area This Week

Things To Do in St. Louis, Missouri Area This Week

For those of my readers in the St. Louis, Missouri area, here are a few happenings coming up this week that you might like! Dinner with the Doctor: The Thyroid Breakthrough June 20 – free! If you are like me and have a thyroid issue, this might be an interesting event to attend in Richmond Heights. Details/Free tickets Route 66 Coloring Night June 20 – free! At the Missouri History Museum, MacDermott Grand Hall, have … Continue Reading →
Why and How to Remove Bird Poop Off Your Car ASAP

Why and How to Remove Bird Poop Off Your Car ASAP

Birds are amazing flying through the air and many of us enjoy putting seed out for them in the winter months to watch. However, their bird poop (bird droppings) are not good for the finish on our cars at all. If you leave bird droppings on your car for an extended period of time it can start to eat through the clear coat and then the paint. Here is a quick video of Hubby, a … Continue Reading →
Chalkboard Signs Even If You Are Not An Artist

Chalkboard Signs Even If You Are Not An Artist

Chalkboard signs are all the rage right now.  BUT… I am not an artist, I love to craft, but that does not mean I’m overly artistic at all. When my twin granddaughters turned one in March I wanted to make some really super cool, amazing, awesome, artistic, fantastic chalkboard signs like I have seen on Pinterest and around the internet. I started searching and found several people selling them with custom information, I found some … Continue Reading →
Tips to Prepare Your Dog for the Summer Season

Tips to Prepare Your Dog for the Summer Season

Spring is a busy time, but the hotter summer approaching be sure to have a plan in place and the tools you need to prepare your family dog. My dog, Annie, loves to hang out in the yard so this is an important task for my family. With increased dangers like infectious bugs, poisonous plants and more time around water, plus the threat of heat itself, summer is an important time to make sure your … Continue Reading →
Flag Day is June 14: Facts and Infographic

Flag Day is June 14: Facts and Infographic

Flag Day is June 14. This day commemorates the adoption of the flag which happened on June 14, 1777. However, it was not until 1916 that the current president, Woodrow Wilson, issued a proclamation that officially established June 14 as Flag Day. Then it was not until 1949 that National Flag Day was established by an Act of Congress. Most of us were taught that Betsy Ross designed the American flag, but there is no … Continue Reading →
Chicken with Burst Cherry Tomato Sauce #Recipe

Chicken with Burst Cherry Tomato Sauce #Recipe

Oh my! This recipe for chicken with burst cherry tomato sauce is so easy and delicious! Chicken breasts are one of the most common proteins used these days but you need to add something to give them some flavor. This savory sauce is simple to make, uses fresh ripe tomatoes, plus you can cook the chicken and sauce all in one skillet. Hubby is always a fan of when I use fewer dishes when cooking. … Continue Reading →