It’s that time of year when the night air is filled with pops and there is a constant sparkle in the sky. I love July 4th. The beauty of fireworks, the celebration of our freedom, good food, and spending time with family and friends. What’s not to love? In honor of this amazing time of year, I’ve created a whole free printable Patriotic Party Pack. You can print it all or just what you need.
So, I’m trying my hand at printables. I love free printables on Pinterest! I use them all the time and thought I would give it a go. Ever wonder how people make those free printables you see all over Pinterest? I found an easy solution to make a free spring printable using PicMonkey!
The time had come to make out my meal plan for the week and get my grocery list underway. I keep a magnetic notepad on the fridge where I write down any items I run out of or realize I need during the week. I went to grab this notepad to write out my list and noticed it has a picture of a snowman printed on all the pages. Winter is over and the snowman is no longer relevant “refrigerator decor” for at least the next 8 months. There has to be at least 40 or 50 pages left on this notepad. Hmm…with a little finger tap to the chin…I start thinking, I could always buy a new notepad but that’s an item I usually just happen to stumble across during random shopping trips. So, instead, I decided I would make up a cover page to add to the front of the notepad with some cute graphics that translate to anytime of the year and not just one particular season. I figured while I was at it, I could make up refill sheets and never have to stumble across those little notepads during shopping again! While I’m at it, I might as well share these printables with you!
It’s Spring Break in my neck of the woods! Dinners have been quick and the blog post are staying short this week. I made spaghetti last night since it is such a quick meal to get on the table after a day that had been very busy. I have always tried to gauge how much dry spaghetti noodles will be enough…I end up having to little or way to much. I got to thinking it would be nice to have a visual guide of how much dry spaghetti I need to boil up to get the right amount. Continue reading
“Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!”-Dr. Seuss
It’s All Things Dr. Seuss!
So, let’s jump right in! Yes, I’m doing a Dr. Seuss post again! It’s another round of great big fun, so sit right down and see how it’s done! Just take a seat and put up your feet, I promise you’re in for a real big treat! It’s everything you want to see, thanks for hanging out with me! There’s so much more for us to explore. Costumes and signs, I wonder what else we might find? It’s a little of this and a little of that! What would you do with The Cat in the Hat? It’s the series that will never end! Dr. Seuss’s birthday comes again and again! Continue reading