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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Friends, As you may have noticed, I have been missing in action for the last week. Sadly, my father passed away rather unexpectedly last weekend and my family and I had to drop everything and travel to Ohio immediately. I … Continue reading
Baking Soda Clay @ Etsy New York Team. A fun DIY clay project with materials you probably already have in your kitchen. Homemade Mozzarella Cheese @ Heart, Hands, Home. I keep hearing that mozzarella is super quick and easy. Can’t … Continue reading
Hello Friends! Here we are in August! Summer is still in full swing, but the end is in sight. Our little guy starts preschool soon, and I’m wondering, like any mother, where the time goes? Coming up this month at … Continue reading
Pineapples are yummy tropical fruits that originated in South America, but can be grown in most any warm climate. A popular science project for children is to propagate your own fruit from any pineapple you pick up at the grocery store. But … Continue reading