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Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2010’

  • Remembering Dad, Part 9

    Dad always tried to make small talk with people.  I think he wanted people to know that someone cared about them.  So, I must share this hilarious story with you.  At one point McDonalds had a window where a person took your order.  One particular …

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  • Seeing Things in a New Light…

      Since paying off our mortgage we’ve been able to do make some upgrades on our house.  I can’t tell you how long I’ve wanted to upgrade our outside light fixtures.  As you can see, these have had better days.    I shopped around to …

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  • Remembering Dad, Part 8

    One of my memories of dad is that he was such a giving person.  He would give the shirt off of his back for someone if they needed it.  God gave him a talent of being able to fix lawnmowers.  I can’t tell you how …

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  • Word of Encouragement…

    A few days ago I was in the area where I lived before Trent and I got married.  I’ve driven in this area many times since we were married but this time it was different.  I couldn’t help but think of the road that I …

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  • Remembering Dad, Part 7

      Dad taught us to be hard workers.  When one of my sisters wanted to follow her dream of going to college, dad didn’t tell her that we didn’t have the money to pay for it.  He got a second job working in the tire …

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  • Taco Bake

    Taco Bake…

      3-Packages Macaroni and Cheese *The recipe called for 1-14 oz Deluxe Macaroni and Cheese.  I didn’t have it so I used three small boxes; probably should have only used 2. 1lb ground beef 1 pkg. taco seasoning 3/4 sour cream 1 1/2 cups shredded …

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  • Remembering Dad, Part 6

    I think that part of my being an independent person is thanks to my dad. He taught us to be able to take care of ourselves. He took each of us out to the car and showed us how to change the oil. Mind you, …

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  • Cleaning Out the Clutter…

    Although this is not a picture of my cabinet, this is pretty much what my stockpile looked like before I cleaned it out last week.  It is so liberating for me to clean out and organize.  I like for things to have a home and …

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  • 5 Ingredient Skillet Cornbread

    5 Ingredient Skillet Cornbread

    I enjoyed mine hot out of the oven with some honey on it!!!

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  • Remembering Dad, Part 5

    One thing that I always remember is our family having a garden.  Dad would get out the tiller and make rows and we would help with the planting.  He didn’t just plant tomatoes and cucumbers, but a plethora of different things.  There were a few …

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