Knook Knitting Review – Knitting With a Crochet Hook

  Have you given up on ever learning to knit? I have tried to learn to knit numerous times in the past – but as a long-time crocheter, I just couldn’t quite get the hang of the needles.  I couldn’t seem to keep the yarn from slipping off the needles.  So when I learned about the Knook, I… Keep Reading »

Book Review: The Crimson Cord by Jill Eileen Smith

Disclosure:  I received a copy of the book The Crimson Cord to facilitate this review.  All opinions stated are my own. Rahab’s story has always intrigued me.  What were her circumstances?  Why would a prostitute risk her life to save the enemy? And how was it that she ended up being in the lineage that led to the… Keep Reading »

5 Tips for Getting Your Kids to Help With Laundry

Disclosure:  I received a sample of Purex PowerShot Detergent to facilitate this post. As a young stay at home mom, I thought I had to do all the cooking and cleaning. As our family grew to include 3 more kids, that started to get overwhelming. I mean 4 children generate ridiculous amounts of dirty laundry each week! Over… Keep Reading »

Think The Bouqs for your Valentine’s Day Flowers this year!

Disclosure:  I received a bouquet of flowers from The Bouqs to facilitate this post. Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and there is no better way to say “I Love You” than a big bouquet of beautiful fresh flowers.  Fresh cut flowers always make the home so bright and cheerful.  They are a great way to let someone know… Keep Reading »

Project Life – Birthday Celebration

This Project Life Scrapbooking post has moved to a new home!  I have started a new site just for pocket scrapbooking enthusiasts.  You can find page layouts, ideas, and more for this popular style of easy scrapbooking. Click here to be taken to this Project Life Birthday post over at Pocket Scrapbooking. Want to get the cards and die cuts that… Keep Reading »

Book Review: A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker

About A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker In A.D. 30, you’ll step back into the year of our Lord, and dive head first into a war that is raging between kingdoms on the earth and in the heart. The outcast daughter of one of the most powerful Bedouin sheikhs in Arabia, Maviah is called on to protect the very people… Keep Reading »

Happy New Year 2015!

I just wanted to take a moment and wish all of my wonderful readers a Happy New Year!  I hope the new year is good to you and your family. It’s hard to believe a new year has begun.  The older I get, the quicker the years go by.  Now I sound like my grandma 🙂 We are spending today… Keep Reading »

Buckeye Pretzel Bites

I can’t believe another year is coming to a close.  Tonight is New Year’s Eve and I plan on spending it with my family, watching movies, playing board games, and eating copious amounts of snacks until we watch the ball drop at midnight.  Hopefully my kids will polish off the rest of the Christmas cookies so I can… Keep Reading »

Teardrop Trailer Dreamin’ ~ Mickey and Minnie Go Camping

I have always wanted a teardrop trailer to use when our family goes camping in the summer. My husband bought plans on eBay to build our own, and I can’t wait until it becomes a reality. So when I found this adorable figurine, I knew I had to have it. I normally spend my Christmas money on more… Keep Reading »