Citrus Lane Mystery Box September 2015 Review – “Construction” Chunky Puzzle

Citrus Lane Mystery Boxes are released periodically through Citrus Lane’s website and are advertised as being valued at double the listed price. These boxes are usually promoted for specific age groups by gender. This one-time purchase includes a featured item (displayed on the listing) as … Continue reading →

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Simple and Frugal Autumn Front Porch Decorations

It is the time of the year when we all get excited about the changing seasons, chilly evenings and approaching holidays! We want our homes to shine and to reflect how we feel about the season but we know, too, … Continue reading →

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Mom’s Old Fashioned Chicken and Dumplings

This is a recipe that my whole family loves. In fact, it would be passed around from kid to kid – “Mom’s making chicken and dumplings!!” It is not difficult but is time consuming, often a 2 day process depending … Continue reading →

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Saving My Bacon – Another Kitchen Hack

I found this great tip in the May 2015 Martha Stewart Living Magazine. Like all things Martha, I did a b___h slap on myself – why didn’t I think of this?? We eat bacon occasionally, but never a whole package … Continue reading →

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A Simple Autumn Leaf Wreath Tutorial

A Simple Autumn Leaf Wreath Tutorial I just love this idea!  Understated but elegant, simple enough for almost anyone to create, this wreath is beautiful either as an indoor focal point or on a sheltered front door. Gather some supplies.   … Continue reading →

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Crock Pot Garlic Bacon Chicken – YUM!

I found this lovely dinner at Recipes that Crock. It is originally from Gooseberry Patch’s Everyday Slow Cooker. Bells went off in my head and I instantly knew the hubby would love it! How could you go wrong with the ingredients … Continue reading →

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CatLadyBox August 2015 Review

CatLadyBox is the first-ever monthly subscription box “purrfectly curated just for cat ladies”! Each box contains 2-3 unique cat-themed items for the modern day cat lady (jewelry, clothing, tchotchkes, art, home décor, and more) and if you upgrade to the … Continue reading →

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The French Broad River Park in Asheville, NC

Asheville’s French Broad River Park was a wonderful place to take Little G for a morning stroll! Situated right along the flowing French Broad River, the beautiful 0.5mile paved loop path is not too far or too strenuous for little feet … Continue reading →

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