No, no… we’re not talking about the U.S. Presidential election. (Although we might be the only blog NOT talking about the election today. Except to say, if you are eligible to vote, VOTE!) We’re talking about our $25 Olive Garden gift card giveaway. Thank you to all who commented here and on our Facebook page. … Continue reading
Dressing up is one of the best things about Halloween. You can choose to be anyone or anything you want to be, limited only by your imagination. When I was little, my costumes were primarily plastic and not very creative. But in the 1980s, it was the height of chic to have a store-bought costume … Continue reading
We’d like to thank everyone who visited us during the A to Z Challenge! It was quite an effort to keep up the pace of a post a day, but it was also invigorating. We enjoyed getting to know so many new people and discover new bloggers. Being new to the blogging game (well, with … Continue reading
My back is 100% better, and it only took two doses of Aleve, one dose of my prescription anti-inflammatory, and a day of rest. (Well, as much rest as I can muster in this family.) And of course, your well-wishes helped! Which leads me today’s final post for the A to Z Challenge: Z is … Continue reading
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