I am starting to get a little itchy around my neckline where I got a good burn at the first Clemson home game of the 2015 football season. It was the only place I overlooked a triple application of SPF 55 sunscreen. Last weekend was full of football, family and, yes, fun. (Can’t help but… Read More A little Clemson love
It is about 9 on a Saturday morning and I am about to get started on a full day of crafting. I just need some caffeine. A little sunlight. And lots of glue, paper, glittery bits and memories. Scrapbooking, art journaling and photography along with a little mixed media all rolled into one happy morning.… Read More O Crafty Day!
I forgot I knew how to make quiche until Mom reminded me. I was talking, well, really complaining, that I was running out of low carb ideas for supper, that I would actually want to eat. My husband loves low carb meals and I prefer whole grains and lean protein. So, I have to get… Read More Two-Cheese Italian Broccoli Crustless Quiche
The month is entering double digit days. I can’t believe Thanksgiving is almost here! This year we’ll celebrate Thanksgiving with both our families on separate days, which means two meals. And I won’t be too full from one to deserve the next. There are two days between the two: one is on Thursday, the other… Read More Thankfully, Continued
“And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.” – Colossians 30:17 November started out with some of the coldest temps on record in South Carolina. The early snow in Columbia, a few hours south of us, broke… Read More 30 Days of Gratitude: Days 1-3
I made these meatballs for supper last night, but these are far from the kind that take hours to make. And no one need know. My secret: pre-made meatballs with an easy homemade sauce. I add similar seasonings to my mom’s homemade spaghetti sauce but limit the quantity of sauce to just cover the meatballs.… Read More Three Step Meatballs
Football Saturday. A Gator Fan, Bulldog Fan and a Tiger Fan go for a walk in downtown Easley, SC. They discover a 100 year old department store to plunder and a hidden amphitheater that is showing a family movie at 8 p.m. tonight – Frozen. Around the corner from the park, they discovered a little… Read More College football, family and spinach artichoke dip
My husband lost 60 pounds by switching to a low carb diet. This is one of the recipes my hubby loves and my mother-in-law taught me to make. I have tried to make it just like her, with the exact same ingredients but it never tastes just like hers. So instead of going crazy over… Read More My mother-in-law’s hamburger pizza
I have been silent this summer. Partly because of increased work responsibilities, partly because of disinterest and the other part because I have been keeping my thoughts to myself. Mulling over things, reminiscing, remembering. Working out and cleaning out, and putting away. Don’t we all do that as season’s change? Clean up and pack up… Read More September’s closing
Note: As I sat on the back porch swing this morning, sipping my coffee – lovingly prepared and served by my hubby with a little whipped cream on top like he knows I like it – I started counting my blessings. And couldn’t stop. We really are blessed by all that God has provided for… Read More Happy Fourth of July Weekend & Peach Delight!