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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Tessa's New Blog

My daughter, Tessa Is making a blog. She would love to have some followers. If you are a homeschool mom or child please follow her.
 Here is the link: Just a Small Town Girl

Her blog will be about homeschooling, books, her cat Honeybee, and etc...

** Please no dirty or negative comments on her blog**

Thursday, October 23, 2014


FREE Middle School Math Worksheets-Pumpkins and Produce Percents and Averages

100 Tips and Tricks for Homeschooling Moms

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5-7 apples
1 (9 ounce) package yellow cake mix
2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
1 stick real butter

Preheat oven to 350°F
Fill your 9x12 pan 1/2 full with apples which you've peeled, cored and sliced thin
(peeling is optional)
Sprinkle the apples with dry cake mix
Combine sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle over the cake mix
Melt butter and drizzle over
Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown

Can be served with ice cream, if desired.
 You can also use other fruits for this cake... yummmmy

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10 Amazing Health Benifits Of Pumpkin Seeds

He Will Solve It!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

When Is It Time ?

I am so happy its fall! I LOVE fall its my favorite season, with Halloween, trees turning, burning the fall smelling candles, and turning on the fireplace.

Everyone who knows me knows that I love to decorate for Halloween, but this year I didn't. I just wasn't in the mood. I have done it for so many years I guess I got burned out. I also feel they make these holidays more commercialized.

 My husband and I had a talk about when are kids to old to go trick or treating?
   So I sat down with our kids and asked them what they thought. They said they love Halloween, but its not as fun as it used to be because people are not giving out candy like they used to, and you were stuck with more suckers and tootsie rolls, and the teen kids and adults are out and they are taking away the candy from the littler kids.

Our kids are now 17, 14, and 12 and of course our oldest is 24 she usually walks with them as I drive the van to be near in case of emergency or weather change.

Our Halloween tradition used to be go trick or treating when the designated time was for our town,
go order pizza at Pizza Hut after, go home sort through the candy, eat pizza, watch scary movies, and have our own little party.

Our tradition now is going to be eat pizza, watch scary movies, eat candy that we like, and have our own little party.
Now we no longer have to worry about costumes (we made most of ours), the weather, and etc...

We will be inside our safe and warm home having fun.

signs that kids are too old to trick-or-treat by Robyn Welling @RobynHTV

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