Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs.

Bedroom Wall Decor

Bedroom Wall Decor
Simple and easy to make with a frame from Hobby Lobby and scrap material cut into heart shape, ribbon, and stuffing!


I used my first ever Jelly Roll (love those!) and LOVE the finished project!


Leah, Stacy, Ashley


What you are passionate about was created in you to make a splash in this life that no one else can make. Make it. Make it now. -'Fresh-Brewed Life'

Forever in our Hearts

Forever in our Hearts
We love you, baby Shane. And we miss you.
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'For I know the plans that I have for you,' declares the Lord, 'plans for welfare and not for calamity, to give you a future and a hope.' -Jeremiah 29:11

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Caleb - 12; Wyatt - 10; Bailey - 9; Tayler - 7; Nolan - 6; Jake - 5; Addy - 5; Brooklyn - 2; Kylie - 7 1/2 months ALL 9 cousins :)

About Me

I love being able to stay at home with my kids and hubby! Other things I love: jammies, hot coffee in the morning, Pinterest, outings with my family, sewing, scrapbooking, friends, picnics... and more!

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I can't take credit for this Cherry Limeade recipe ('The Pioneer Woman Cooks - Food From My Frontier' can take the credit), but dang...I sure can take credit for making my own!  It is amazingly delicious and a definite must for keeping the ingredients around for the Summer time.  So, without waisting time, here is Ree Drummond's recipe:
1 c. freshly sqeezed lime juice
1 c. sugar
1 2-liter bottle lemon/lime soda
1 5-ounce jar maraschino cherries, with juice
Thin lime slices for garnish (hmmm...I forgot that pretty addition)
I halved the recipe for our supper since we didn't need to drink all of it tonight, but for a crowd, use the whole recipe. 
-Chill ALL ingredients before using
-put lime juice and then sugar in pitcher
-add soda
-pour in jar of cherries and the juice
Pour over ice in a glass and devour.  You will be raving about this goodness all night!

Well...I forgot to take a picture of this amazing Corn Bread before we ate it, but you can tell it is good because all that is left is crumbs.  This is the recipe my Mom has made forever and it continues to be a favorite in our family (well...the kids and I like it.  Jason's not a cornbread fan)
1 1/4 c. flour
3/4 c. yellow cornmeal
1/4 c. sugar
2 tsp. baking powder
1 c. milk
1 egg
1/4 c. canola oil
400 degrees for 20-25 minutes (or when toothpick comes out clean)
Enjoy with butter and syrup...or your choice of topping

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