Friday, November 15, 2013

Whats Happening in December 2013

1 Eat a Red Apple Day
1 World Aids Awareness Day
2 National Fritters Day
3 National Roof over Your Head Day
4 Santas' List Day - we hope you are on the "Nice" list
4 Wear Brown Shoes Day
5 Bathtub Party Day
5 Repeal Day - The 21st Amendment ends Prohibition. I'll drink to that!
6 St. Nicholas Day
6 Mitten Tree Day
6 Put on your own Shoes Day
7 International Civil Aviation Day
7 Letter Writing Day
7 National Cotton Candy Day - would you like some fairy floss?
7 Pearl Harbor Day
8 International Children's Day - Second Sunday in December
8 National Brownie Day
8 Take it in the Ear Day
9 Christmas Card Day
9 National Pastry Day
10 Human Rights Day
11 National Noodle Ring Day
12 National Ding-a-Ling Day
12 Poinsettia Day     
13 Ice Cream Day
13 Violin Day
14 National Bouillabaisse Day
15 Bill of Rights Day
15 National Lemon Cupcake Day
16 National Chocolate Covered Anything Day
17 National Maple Syrup Day
18 Bake Cookies Day
18 National Roast Suckling Pig Day
19 Look for an Evergreen Day
19 Oatmeal Muffin Day
20 Go Caroling Day
21 Forefather's Day
21 Humbug Day
21 National Flashlight Day
21 Look on the Bright Side Day
22 National Date Nut Bread Day - or September 8!?
23 Festivus - for the rest of us
23 Roots Day
24 National Chocolate Day
24 National Egg Nog Day
25 Christmas Day
25 National Pumpkin Pie Day for recipes see Pumpkin Nook 's Cookbook
26 Boxing Day
27 Make Cut Out Snowflakes Day
27 National Fruitcake Day
28 Card Playing Day
29 Pepper Pot Day
30  National Bicarbonate of Soda Day
31 Make Up Your Mind Day
31 New Year's Eve
31 Unlucky Day

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Friday, March 15, 2013

Whats Happening in April 2013

Friday, February 15, 2013

Sunday, January 20, 2013


Isn't it fun to be on the internet?

1. You get to learn new things.
2. You get to read.
3. You get to see what friends and family are doing.
4. You get to meet new people.
5. You get to play games.

I am thankful that I am able to have it. 

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Whats Happening in February 2013

Monday, January 14, 2013

Getting Ready For Christmas

Did you ever think you have to many kids, family member, or friends to buy for?

Well I have, but I enjoy giving to all of them. I like sitting back and watching them, sometimes listening to them over the phone, or getting a letter or mail saying ty.

Last year we (a friend) made a list of things we are to do every month to make things a little easier on us. We found out some worked and some didn't. Getting ready for Christmas 2012. I do have to say alot of things happened last year to change some of the out comes to this but we made the best of it.

One thing that I will change on this years list is buy a gift for someone every month. It don't have to be a big gift, but something is better then nothing. The rest of the changes will fit better with me and my family.
  1. Jan.- Clean up all the Christmas decorations and buy a gift.
  2. Feb.-make Christmas cards and buy a gift.
  3. March make Christmas crafts/gifts and buy a gift.
  4. April- buy forever stamps for your Christmas Cards and buy a gift.
  5. May- buy one gift for every child in my house and buy a gift.
  6. June- find crafts (Kids) and recipes for Christmas ( find a lot on pinterest) and buy a gift.
  7. July-Spend as much time with my family outside (most years this is are camp month), I would like to have some pressed flowers, and buy a gift.
  8. August- Stocking Stuffers- school supplies are on sale and buy a gift.
  9. September- Make sure I have supplies for baking cookies, recipes etc... and buy a gift.
  10. October- Address Christmas Cards, go thru gits that have been bought and buy a gift.
  11. November- rearrange furniture and start getting Christmas decorations out, figure out what to tell Santa to bring, cyber Monday shop shop shop.
  12. December- Wrap gifts, put up tree and try to find me time.

Have a Great Day :)

Friday, January 11, 2013

Am I Over Washing My Hair

The answer is yes they say. Check it out at  Organic Authority.

I could not imagine only washing my hair once or twice a month with shampoo. Then they say to use powder (baking soda base) to soak up the oil. Oh this would feel so yucky, my poor clothes and pillow. Ok done talking about hair.

This is my opinion, if yours is different that is great. Just had to share.