I have many friends whose husbands serve in the military and it has been hard to watch them during the holidays. It makes my heart hurt to know that their better half is off somewhere fighting for our freedom and that they will not be able to be together.
There is a lady that I know who is one of the most amazing teachers ever. She is kind, considerate, patient, and really cares about the kids in her classroom. She always gives of herself and never expects anything in return, so I decided to make her a Mini DIY Teacher Survival Kit to get her through those rough days when she feels like she is overwhelmed.
I was compensated for my time on sharing the YesVideo holiday deadlines. All opinions and family memories are 100% my own.
Growing up my momma was notorious for pulling out her video camera. I think back now and realize that this was not such an easy feat for her, because while the video cameras of today are small and hand held, hers was this HUGE style that looked like a boom box from the 80′s. I kid you not. It was huge, and only took vhs tapes. IN fact, we have a whole book shelf at my daddy’s house full of tapes that momma made while she was living.
Every Christmas or Thanksgiving holiday season, while all the family was gathered round, momma would video us all. She wanted to record every single memory she could. When she got sick though. She stopped. Then everything changed over to dvd and recording those memories were soon lost. Or so I thought. Then I heard about Yes Video. Now I am hoping to keep those memories alive this coming holiday season.
Many automotive experts assert that an oil change is the single most importance aspect of car maintenance. Regular oil changes can be the difference between a car that last for only 100,000 miles and one that lasts for 200,000 miles. Here are some of the benefits of routinely a car’s motor oil.
This is a sponsored post from One2One Network and Walt Disney Records. All opinions are my own.
I am a new Disney convert. Yes — you read that right. I have not always loved Disney. Growing up in my home, the only thing Disney I ever watched was Pete’s Dragon and Mary Poppins. The older I got though, the more I fell in love with the Disney brand. In fact, as a new Disney lover, there are 3 things that you need, because you never know when a magical trip might be in the works. As a Disney fan, you must be prepared, right?
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I love when shows come on that relate to moms. The most recent of my favorite mom type shows is Instant Mom which can be found on Nickmom.com.
I am working in a partnership with Werther’s Original Baking Caramels in exchange for this post about having a Baking Bash with the new baking caramels. I received free product to facilitate my party, however all opinions remain my own.
The other day, I went to my friend Michele’s house for a day of fun. Life has been pretty much hectic and non stop for me, so taking a day off from the computer for some good old fashioned fun was definitely on my agenda for the day. Kayla and I packed up our Werther’s Original® “Baking Bash” party kit, some apples, milk, and our favorite new boardgame and headed out to her house.
Before listing your home for sale you need to make sure it’s prepared to go on the market. Any updates or necessary improvements need to be made before people come to view it so that they get a good first impression and can easily imagine themselves living there. Some buyers look for fixer-uppers that they can get a good deal on, but the majority of people want to walk in and not have to put a lot of money and effort into getting the place just right or up to standard.
You may have noticed that I did not post anything over the last couple of days. The reason is that I was gone with my husband to check out Myrtle Beach Christian Retreat for our youth group. I had to take a moment from blogging this weekend to try coming up for air for once.
Picture the scene: A confident driver that has a number of years driving experience behind them, that has a nice powerful car that will help them to reach their destination in good time, they are driving at a good speed and enjoying being on the road… until they come across a learner driver.