Weekly Dillons Bargain Meal, 4/22

Some of my favorite Dillons ad finds this week: milk,  $2.50/gallon orange juice,  $2.50/gallon fresh strawberries, $4.99/4 lbs. potatoes, $2.99/10 lbs. cheese, $1.29/8 oz.  (stock up!) Head over to The Grocery Weekly for more bargains … [Keep reading…]

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Links to Learn From

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What's working for me this week?  The gorgeous Kansas weather!  We spent this 75° afternoon and evening at a high school track meet, cheering on our favorite athletes. Reading inspiring thoughts and new-to-me ideas from some of my favorite … [Keep reading…]

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Prom Week 2009

Perhaps it's not enough that he coaches football, basketball and track (ahem); Lance is also co-sponsor for the junior class.  In Tiny Town, that equals a big prom week for the two of us. Just because I'm a curious sort of gal, how many of you … [Keep reading…]

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Loaded Tostadas

Black bean tostadas assemble quickly and taste great for a light lunch or meatless meal, but for a hearty spring or summer supper we like to load 'em up! A fun, filling alternative to the wimpy taco, this meal has the makings of a do-it-yourself … [Keep reading…]

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Menu Plan, Week of 4/20

So, that's what it feels like to stay up all night and sleep until noon.   I had forgotten!  Lance and I helped sponsor prom in Tiny Town Saturday night.  We surrendered to our weariness at 4:30 this morning.  Thankfully, the kids were with my … [Keep reading…]

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FTF: Quiet Morning Moment

This morning I was standing at the stove cooking breakfast, still in a bit of a morning stupor, when Lance leaned in.  "She's reading to them," he whispered with a smile. So I turned around and the fog cleared.  I inhaled the sight, sound, and … [Keep reading…]

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Save ‘Till It Hurts

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My parents give pretty practical advice.  Funny how long it took me to realize that in some areas *ahem*, but still... there is one phrase my mom used to utter that has been our saving grace financially. "Save 'Till it Hurts" I may have balked at … [Keep reading…]

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A Whole Lot of Baking Going On

While I can't claim it all for myself, there's a whole lot of baking going on in cyberville.  At 38 weeks pregnant, Crystal's been doing some nesting in her kitchen and invited us all (pregnant or not!) to join her. As for me, I baked and sliced … [Keep reading…]

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Angel Food Cookies

Tender, light, and delicate describes these yummy cookies that are a blast from my past.  Mom made them best, but mom also used Crisco. ;-) Make them little for a sweet and dainty addition to a spring tea party or shower. Angel Food … [Keep reading…]

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