A Journey to Becoming a Proverbs 31 Wife

by Kim Calhoun on January 3, 2012

This is a blog challenge from A Journey Through Learning Lapbooks. In this week’s challenge we are to write down five goals I would like to improve on as a Proverbs 31 Wife and five goals I would like to obtain in your home (organization). Here’s Proverbs 31 as a reference: The Wife of Noble […]

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Things to be Thankful For- Mrs. Shirley’s Biscuits

by Kim Calhoun on November 3, 2011

I am working with my son in our homeschool on a Thanksgiving tree. Everyday we add leaves to the tree of things we are thankful for. One of the things my son is thankful for is my biscuits. I thought this was really hilarious on many levels. Now let me tell you a little story… […]

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Win a $500 Apple Gift Card

September 14, 2011

I’m posting this to enter a contest offered by Cashier Live, a point of sale software company, at Indie Biz Chicks. Enter to win here: http://www.indiebizchicks.com/wp/win-an-apple-giftcard/ The girls over at Indie Biz Chicks are having a great contest over at their site. Jump on over and enter!

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How to Have a Family Event Weekend – Part 3 The Photos

June 26, 2011

Welcome to part 3 of my blog series How to Have a Family Event Weekend. Part 3 is about the photos. 10 women with 10 cameras is a formidable sight. Anywhere we go there are cameras snapping memorable moments. In an effort to get everyone access to all photos, we had to come up with […]

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How to Have a Family Event Weekend – Part 2 The Food

June 19, 2011

One of the thing we have to do at our Family Event Weekend is eat. Over the years we have adopted a system that works well for us. I will be including our very favorite tried and true recipes for a weekend of grazing on really healthy food. And… some not so healthy,but very tasty […]

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Easy Chicken Fajitas – Product Review – Philly Cream Cheese Cooking Creme

April 19, 2011

This is NOT one of my from scratch recipes. So, if you need a quick dinner for this is quick, easy and tasty. Philadelphia Cream Cheese Cooking Creme – A Short Review First, I wanted to try those new Philadelphia Cream Cheese Cooking Cremes. I got the Santa Fe Flavor because my family loves Mexican […]

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5 Rules of Care for Expensive Non-Stick Cookware

April 7, 2011

Click image to see selection After years of using “hand me down” pots and pans and the occasional $15 discount store skillet, I splurged and bought a 12″ Calphalon Skillet from the Aspire Collection. It is the top of the line Calphalon at Target. So I paid $40.00 instead of $140. Even though I love […]

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10 Homeschool Helps for Dysgraphia

March 31, 2011

What is dysgraphia anyway? Dysgraphia falls into a sub-category of a larger disorder called dyspraxia. Dyspraxia is a motor skill disorder where the brain messages and the motor skill trying to be achieved are not connecting properly. Another sub-category of dsypraxia is dyslexia, which most people have heard of. Dyslexia is when the muscles of […]

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5 Myths of Rheumatoid Arthritis

March 8, 2011

It has come to my attention that there are a lot of people who don’t understand what Rheumatoid Arthritis at all. It’s prevalent on TV commercials for certain drugs and most people think that it’s “just arthritis”. I’m here to tell you it’s different…much different. Myth #1 Rheumatoid Arthritis is just like regular arthritis. Arthritis […]

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You may not be allergic to MSG – Today’s interesting link

January 4, 2011

Found this today on Chow. Very interesting article about research chefs. In one of my early marketing jobs I used to work for a private label chicken company and they had these chefs. They called them food scientists there. It seems like it could be an interesting line of work but not one I’d be […]

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