Dec 02

Slow Cooked Lamb Riblets

I decided to repost this Slow Cooked Lamb Riblets Recipe because it didn’t receive the recognition that I think it deserved when it was first appeared last year.   Besides it would make a perfect weekend meal and a great change from all that leftover turkey from last week – which by the way should …

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Nov 30

Shawl and Sweater Weather For the Fall

Can you believe it, this is the last day of November!  All the leaves have fallen from our trees which hasn’t made hubby too happy and there is less sunshine during the day which make my evening commute much worse.  Winter will be here and soon I’ll be wrapped in hats, scarves and gloves but …

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Nov 29

#GivingTuesday a New Holiday Tradition

Happy Giving Tuesday! Thanksgiving weekend has taken on a new tradition in our home.  As the years have passed and our sons have got older rushing out on Black Friday to buy the latest toy or gadget has been replaced by staying indoors relaxing and spending time together watching movies.  This year Shop Small Saturday …

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Nov 28

Are Smart Appliances Safe?

Happy Cyber Monday!   How was your holiday weekend?  Did you find any Black Friday bargains or Shop Small Saturday steals and deals?   Not much of a shopper myself I didn’t leave the house, however, we recently had to replace our LG Washing Machine and the new model is awesome. It’s amazing how far technology has …

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Nov 25

The Divine Mind Mural Dedication by Wilmington Artist, Terrance Vann

The Divine Mind Mural Dedication by Wilmington Artist, Terrance Vann Saturday, November 12, 2016 | 2:00 PM  CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO MY PODCAST INTERVIEW WITH TERRANCE Two Saturdays ago on a brisk, beautiful Autumn day I drove to Wilmington, to 7th and Jefferson Streets to support my “adopted son” on his Mural Dedication.  “The …

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Nov 23

Crock Pot Turkey and Potato Chowder – Thanksgiving Leftovers

Tomorrow is the biggest and best holiday of the year, well, at least the biggest eating holiday of the year.  A few weeks ago Malik and I were shopping at Walmart and it was packed with people getting their Thanksgiving fixins’. Their carts were filled with all the ingredients to make the perfect Thanksgiving meal …

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Nov 22

10 Tips to Help You De-Stress During the Holidays

Get on your Mark, Get Ready, Get Set Go > this is the week that it all begins! Thanksgiving preparations, Christmas shopping, then New Year’s Eve celebrations.  There may be a nip in the air here in the MidAtlantic Area, but there are also some heated emotions and high anxiety brewing the closer we get …

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Nov 21

Social Media and Subscription Boxes

As a blogger I have had an opportunity to review several Subscription Boxes throughout the years, some were FREE and other’s were those that I had to pay a monthly fee.   On the Podcast a few weeks ago, I interviewed Yolanda Kennedy, owner of Blissful Crate a subscription box for moms and babies, you …

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Nov 18

Slow Cooked Chicken and Broccoli

Are you ready to prepare and/or eat the biggest meal of the season – Thanksgiving – YES!!!  It’s not the food that I love, even though it’s a big part of it, it’s the day spent with my family especially now that there are just only four of us which makes it even more special.  Hubby’s …

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Nov 16

Denim Duo OOTD

Well I did it, I finally cleaned out my walk in closet…well at least the the top right half of it…don’t judge, I’m getting there!  Anywho, in doing so I realized that I don’t have as many long sleeve dresses as I need for Autumn, but instead of buying or thrifting more, I am going …

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