Being in the heart of areas that have either faced severe (and sometimes) catastrophic damage is devastating, but it can also be disheartening to those preparing for storms to hit or even for those watching from the sidelines. It is during this time that we must not forget our faith or our resilience. We are… Continue reading Sending Love & Prayers
It's really fun finding things to do outside with the kids and grandkids during the day, especially as the weather warms up in the Spring or the weather cools down in the fall. And while daytime activities are plentiful, sometimes it's not as easy to come up with things to do during twilight or evening… Continue reading Ideas: 20 Fun Outdoor Nighttime Activities to try with your kids
"When you come to the edge of all you know, you must believe...."
Check out this wonderful article about Cheesecake...complete with a delicious recipe! “Cheesecake is a divine reason to indulge in one’s Jewishness.” Self-proclaimed foodnik Nino takes us on a journey through religion, film, and history en route to his perfect cheesecake recipe. via Blooming Jewish Cheesecake with Tablets of the Law Crust — Discover
I was given a nice set of wooden plaques/pictures similar to the ones pictured above. I liked them, but they didn't quite fit my decor. Have you ever had that issue before? Well, I decided to do something about it and it was easier than you might think... You will need some supplies, like: ~… Continue reading Wooden Plaque Redo
Learn how to make a beautiful ribbon wrap base for your silk wedding bouquets
Occasionally, I am asked to make artificial flower arrangements for different occasions. In this case, I made four matching graveside memorial arrangements - two in pink and two in blue. This a quick is a quick tutorial on how I made them. (*Please note: this is for those with Intermediate to Advanced skills in floral design since there… Continue reading Silk Graveside Flowers
For me, this subject isn’t about what other people can do for the world, but what I can do for it. Growing up my mother used to tell my siblings and me, “Always leave things better than you found them.” The older I get, her words translate more and more every day into, “Always leave… Continue reading Better Than You Found Them