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. . . . And that was February!

. . . . And that was February!

February was the month I felt my legs being swept out from underneath me over and over again. Just as I thought I had regained my footing, something else came along to counteract my best intentions. When I last left you, we were in the […]

Valentine’s Day through Music

Valentine’s Day through Music

After a blog server upgrade and 8+inches of snow, we are still getting back to normal around here! Wanted to wish all of my readers valentines a very Happy Valentine’s Day! Thank you for stopping in to be a part of my life! This Valentine’s […]

Valentine Moments

Valentine Moments

Sharing some valentines from this year’s celebration. I adore this paper flower bouquet my 7-year old designed and constructed all on her own. It looks gorgeous on our table and may be one of my all-time favorite gifts of “flowers.” My 4-year old and I […]

Valentines with an Organizational Twist

Valentines with an Organizational Twist

This year, my daughter’s preschool class valentines were inspired by my own organizational challenge. We have buckets full of pencils. Some we bought ourselves but a large number were received as gifts for trick-or-treating or other holidays. Pencils are a pretty common gift for children […]

Ski Valentines

Ski Valentines

It’s the month of love! It’s also crafting heaven this month! Time to break out the paper, scissors, glue, glitter and all that other fun stuff to make valentine cards! Our first valentines this month were to thank the ski instructors. We used odds and […]