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Hey there! We are less than one week away from the Phoenix Summit Challenge 2013, and I’m getting a little nervous.  My hiking partner had to bow out at the last minute, so it is just me.  On my own.  Well, sort of.  I’ll have all the other hikers there to keep me on pace, […]

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Happy Summer Solstice 2013! To celebrate the season, here are just some of the things on my bucket list for this summer: Not pictured but included on my list: make strawberry shortcake, play in the sprinklers, eat frozen yogurt with the sun shining on my skin, and see a summer blockbuster. What are your plans […]

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As you’ve probably figured out by now, our annual Pumpkin Party is a pretty big deal around here.  We start planning the moment our party is over every year by taking notes on what worked and what didn’t.  I always have a party checklist and use it to make sure I don’t forget anything from […]

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Idea time! In my last post, I shared some pictures from Pumpkin Parties past to remember what went right, what went wrong, and what to add.  The next step for my planning process is to collect ideas for this year’s party.  Every party has a few must-haves: yummy seasonal food & drinks, festive & fun […]

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I’m always on the hunt for inexpensive craft supplies, even when I don’t have a project planned. In my experience, I can usually come up with something to create with the odds and ends I’ve collected. For instance, I recently bought some nice snowflake scrapbooking stickers that were marked down from $4.99 to $1 that […]

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hooray for 2013! Every year when January comes I get all excited to start over fresh and get some stuff done.  I think there’s two different kinds of people in this world: those who admit to making goals for the new year and those who claim they don’t do that sort of thing.  We can […]

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