I just finished watching a cute 38 minute short film created by Disney about Blank — a white Vinylmation character who falls in love with Bow — another white Vinylmation character. After watching the film, I have a few thoughts I wanted to share with you on love, being different, and learning to love yourself.
No one can even imagine a wedding without beautiful flowers. Flowers decorate the venue and help you celebrate the most memorable moments of your life with your new love, friends and family. A totally necessary part of the wedding is the bridal bouquet, which should complement the bride’s wedding dress and her accessories. Flowers are also used for decorating a corsage, centerpieces, cake toppers and the bridesmaid’s bouquets. You can find flowers like these at Wedding Flowers Express, http://www.weddingflowersexpress.com.au/bridal-products.aspx, and at other florists. Check out their bridal products to see the many options you have available for your wedding flowers.
Owning a gun is a responsibility no one should take lightly. Whether you live alone or have a large family, having the proper place to store your gun is essential to your safety as well as the safety of anyone who comes into your home. Because there are a large number of options for gun owners, it helps to understand what different types of safes are available.
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I just finished a 24 hour bout of the stomach flu. I woke up early Monday morning around 3 am with my stomach rumbling and barely made it to the bathroom before emptying last night’s supper into the toilet. At first I thought it might be a case of food poisoning, but the later on in the day it went, I started running a fever, so I was pretty sure I had the stomach bug or flu. This is definitely one of those times I could have used the Walgreens Health Care Clinic Nashville.
You know, as a blogger, many of us (myself included) get consumed by all the blog posts we have to write, the social media channels we have to keep up with and all the hype and hoopla that goes along with being a blogger.
However, if we are not careful, we will let all of the business of our lives drown out some of the most important things in our lives — the relationships of those closest to us.
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Yesterday we were at WalMart gathering all the supplies for our Valentine’s Banquet that we are having at church tonight. We were passing the greeting card section and the Funny Zone caught my eye simply because of this ONE card that I just had to check out. Nothing makes me laugh louder than funny pet cards like the ones from Hallmark.
I tried really hard this time. I did. I made up my mind in November that I WOULD NOT buy one more box of Girl Scout Cookies. I have a severe weakness when it comes to those delicious Tagalongs. But then, my sweet little friend from church looked at me and asked if I would buy a box — and I caved.
I bought 8 boxes of cookies.
What do you do when you are short on time and everyone wants to meet at your house for the Super Bowl? Your first thought might be that you wish you had cleaned your living room yesterday and that you had gotten that coffee stain out of the couch last week. The last thing you want to do is spend a huge amount of time deciding on a menu for the big day. Here are some super easy Super Bowl Party menu ideas.
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I live in Kentucky and anyone who knows anything about Kentucky is that we LOVE our basketball. Game time around here always includes friends, food, fashionable UK wear and lots and lots of fun.
Our busy lives constantly pull each member of the family apart. Dad and mom juggle work, cleaning the home, driving the kids to and from after school activities and list of responsibilities seems to be endless. Where is the room and time for a little family fun? Unfortunately, due to constraints of school and professional lives for adults, this leaves little time for family bonding time.