March 2015 – Shabby Chic Boho

Touring Georgia with my Stylish new Lunch Tote

Month: March 2015

Touring Georgia with my Stylish new Lunch Tote

Touring Georgia with my Stylish new Lunch Tote

Brought to you by Shabby Chic Boho and #Hydracentials. Hydracentials Stylish On the Go Lunch Tote I love spending one on one time with the kids and as it turned out, Alyssa and I found ourselves with nothing to do and nowhere to be this weekend and we decided to take the Sam Shortline train tour here in Georgia, US. Prior to our spontaneous decision, I had received a Hydracentials Stylish On the Go Lunch Tote. I decided to put it to the test to see how well out perishable items would survive and how sturdy it is. We added

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New Boho Chic Sheets, Style and Colors

New Boho Chic Sheets, Style and Colors

Brought to you by Shabby Chic Boho and L&Z Inc. I swing back and forth between Shabby Chic and Boho Chic and just recently I’ve decided that Shabby Chic Boho is the way to go. Especially when it comes to my bedding and all home decor. Before we go any further, open your mind up to the fact that flannel sheets are not just for winter. It’s spring and that’s normally the time when I buy new sheets and change up my colors in my room. Because I bought a couple of new bedding sets when I moved in, I’ve

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Cucumber Crisp Sweet Pickles Recipe

Cucumber Crisp Sweet Pickles Recipe

This is an old recipe that I wanted to get up on my site so I can save it. I try to post several recipes each weekend for those of you who like to try your hand in the kitchen. I’m anything but an expert but I do like to share recipes that turn out perfectly. I do a lot of canning and preserving in the summer months and although I don’t plan to plant cucumbers this year, I’ll be able to stock up on them at the Farmer’s Market so I can make my yearly pickles. Big huge thanks

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Blueberry Pie Recipe Betty Crocker Style

Blueberry Pie Recipe Betty Crocker Style

Alyssa and Abby helped me bake blueberry pies a little while back. In the above picture we only used 4 cups of blueberries. The pies were too thin so I have been using the 6 cups as stated below since. I’m making more today in fact. My mom and step-dad used to grow blueberries so we always had plenty in the freezer for pies, cobblers and blueberry pancakes.  I’m going to miss the blueberries this year as papa passed away and mom moved to a smaller home. So, I’ve been buying frozen blueberries this year which are great too. Blueberry Pie Recipe

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Salmon Stew, Recipe

Salmon Stew, Recipe

Lately I’ve been exhausted by the weekend so I’ve been making crock pot  meals. I make enough where we can eat off of it a couple to a few meals. I don’t have to spend all weekend in the kitchen and that makes me happy! Today, I decided to share my weekend crock pot  recipe with my readers.  If you have a crock pot recipe that you want to share, please add your link in a comment and I’ll start up a crock pot link up. Today’s crock pot recipe was inspired by my daughter. She fixed some Salmon Stew not too

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