‘Tis the season for candy corn, creepy stories, and costumes!
I got to read so much more this summer than I have in the past few years, and it’s been glorious. I feel like I’m constantly learning when I read every day. Thought provoking phrases and ideas have appeared in both the fiction and non-fiction I’ve tackled, so here are the notes I made.
A few years of trying out Pinterest recipes has left me with a) a few tried-and-true favorites, and b) some “interesting” cooking stories. Here are my flops and favorites, so that you can bypass the more questionable ones and enjoy the best.
*None of these have to be for those in romantic relationships. As you’ll see in the pictures, a lot of these were done with friends or in a group.
This post is a little different from what I’ve written so far, but it’s something I’m really excited about and dying to share.
Summer time…you know what that means. Prepare to see social media feeds filled with seasonal adventures. Or, continue reading and have one yourself.
In a world of nothing-to-do and no-money-to-spend, seven teenagers will take on an afternoon of cost-free fun at the local mall.
Last spring, I decided I wanted to sell Easter candy at the local farmers’ market. I’d been helping my grandmother make her classic peanut butter eggs when the idea occurred to me. I’d never actually sold anything at a farmers’ market, but I figured it couldn’t be that difficult.