Month: March 2019

De-schooling my child

Whether you agree with home schooling or not – we all have a choice as to how our children are educated. I will not argue with you that some children thrive in a public school setting. When I went to school, the only real issue I had was bullying . I was bullied a lot, and that has not changed for kids in this … Read More De-schooling my child

Losing a loved one today

Last week I made a post about having to deal with family stuff, and today things came to an end. My husband’s grandmother passed away at the hospital today. She was one of the first people to welcome me into this family and I am feeling a great loss here. Not only is my friend gone, but my children’s great grandmother is gone from … Read More Losing a loved one today

My top 10 favorite YouTube Channels

We all watch YouTube from time to time, some of us more than others, and some people like myself live and breath YouTube. My family doesn’t have cable television, we got rid of it last year (again). We actually only had cable for 2 years, we didn’t have it before because we could watch most of our shows online. And we only bought cable … Read More My top 10 favorite YouTube Channels

I am trying IPSY for the first time

I have heard a lot of different things about the company IPSY and their monthly bags, but I wanted to try this for myself . *This is NOT a paid promotion, I bought this monthly bag MYSELF, with my own money and am not being paid for this post* I ordered my first bag in mid-February, and the Ipsy website notified me that since … Read More I am trying IPSY for the first time

My first time making home made Ravioli

I did it again. I decided to try to make a home made dish that I have never attempted before. Ravioli. And to be honest, they came out pretty good. They were not pretty though. I suggest before you try to make these, make sure you have all the necessary items to cut your ravioli or shape them with. I did not have the … Read More My first time making home made Ravioli

Making fresh pasta for the first time!

I am not a chef. I am just a stay at home mom, who also works part time from home. I decided recently to buy a pasta roller/maker so that I could learn to make more fresh meals for my family. I finally found a very simple recipe to follow online, you can view the video HERE that I learned from! But I will … Read More Making fresh pasta for the first time!

That’s life -quick post

This week has been a bit emotional for my family. My husband’s grandmother has been in the hospital for a few weeks and things went south last night when she had a reaction to something the hospital gave her and they had to do CPR on her. Later in the day she was unresponsive. A bit ago, I heard from my MIL that she … Read More That’s life -quick post

My Top 10 Favorite Audible Books

At the beginning of each month I get a friendly notification that I have 1 audible credit, ready for me to use at the beginning of the month. Sometimes, I have a book I have been waiting on, and purchase it immediately, but other months I have to search the audible website for something new to listen to. I tweet out to my followers … Read More My Top 10 Favorite Audible Books

The Versatile Blogger Award

The Versatile Blogger Award is a way to recognize those bloggers who create versatile, informative, inspirational and enjoyable content. Thank you https://www.isalillo.com/category/blogging/ for placing me on your list! Go check out her blog and website! The rules Thank the person who nominated you. This is a given! Include a link to their blog as well; Lastly, tell the person who nominated you 7 things … Read More The Versatile Blogger Award

Easy to make Irish Soda Bread (post 2 of 2) with out raisins

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I told you I would make a second post about Irish Soda Bread! This recipe is slightly different from the first one, and is very delicious. I used to not like the recipe with out raisins until we found this recipe. It turned out beautiful! And it has a slight sweetness to it, even though it has no raisins or … Read More Easy to make Irish Soda Bread (post 2 of 2) with out raisins

Easy to make Irish Soda Bread with Raisins(Post 1 of 2)

My husband and I have been together almost 9 years now and pretty much every year on St. Patrick’s Day, we have been making Irish Soda Bread. We have tried different recipes and this year I made two loafs to take to St. Patrick’s Day lunch with us! One with raisins and one with out raisins. This post is about the Irish Soda Bread … Read More Easy to make Irish Soda Bread with Raisins(Post 1 of 2)

15 months old – My Irish Baby

We found out last night from ancestry.com that my husband is 63% Irish, and yesterday also happened to be the day I take my daughter’s monthly photos. So we are showing some Irish pride in them for her! My daughter is growing up SO FAST. Now that it is confirmed that my husband is over half Irish, he is extremely happy. We knew his … Read More 15 months old – My Irish Baby

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