Our new place has a LOT of stairs leading up to the front door (compared to the one step we had at the condo). If I still lived in the Salt Lake Valley it would be a little bit of an issue having 8 or so steps, but out here, we get a good 10+ inches of snow each storm…we’ve already lost our gazebo due
The nip of fall is in the air, so it’s time to start thinking about the upcoming holidays and all the yummy food that comes with them. If you’re looking for a stuffing recipe that is going to get rave reviews, you’ve come to the right place. In fact, I never liked stuffing until I tried this recipe, so I’m sure glad that I married
I don’t know why we always seem to do things the hard way. I guess it’s human nature to do things the way you were taught? Though when it comes to cleaning, if the hard way is the only way you know how, it’s not going to happen as often as it should. Which just won’t do when you have little ones about that depend
My post for today is just an easier way of cleaning, which I discovered while scouring my house to get it ready for showings (it has been on the housing market and needs to look sparkling clean). In the past, I really hated this paneling style of light fixture, they get really dirty (especially in the kitchen where there is always grease even though I hardly ever cook with it) and
Not having my mother around, (she lives 300 miles away) when I started having babies, was tough! Luckily I had a good support system and this post is about the very best tip that I got through all my years of having babies. I’ve delivered and nursed four of them(for about a year each), so I am so happy to be able to share what helped
This is one of my favorite family recipes, but for some reason it’s one of those dishes that are only made for Thanksgiving and Christmas (probably because it’s pretty fattening ;)). My mom taught me how to make this, and it’s really simple yet delicious. I’m not sure who came up with the original recipe all those years ago, but I’m sure glad they did.