Archive | October, 2013

Paprika And Garlic Pork Chop Recipe

25 Oct

Paprika And Garlic Pork Chop Recipe

I found another recipe that rivals my favorite pork chop recipe. This Paprika and Garlic Pork Chop recipe is a new favorite in our house and is very simple to make, on the table in 15 minutes! Use your oven broiler or the outside grill, these pork chops are as juicy as they look! Ingredients:5 […]

My First Time At Disneyland Temporary Tattoos

19 Oct

Printable Temporary Tattoos - My First Time At Disneyland

This summer my dad and I took my kids to Disneyland while we were in town for a wedding. Yes, we are crazy taking a 3 year old, 1 year old and 1 month old to Disneyland, during summer. Yes, we still had a blast despite summer crowds and infant nap and feeding schedules! I […]

Time To #BugOut

14 Oct

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Orkin Ecologist for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. I used to squeal anytime I spotted a bug. It didn't even have to be coming at me, I just hated them. When I lived in Georgia, the bugs were insane! They were HUGE […]

From My Notes | Mosiah 2:41

13 Oct

My daughter was hunting through our bookcase and found an old notebook of mine from college. In this notebook I kept thoughts, impressions, notes, and quotes from church meetings, firesides, broadcasts, personal study and school courses. I hadn’t necessarily forgotten about my notebook, I cherish it too much to forget about it, but I had […]

Mailed My Own Card With

9 Oct

If there is one thing my kids and I love to do, it’s send cards to long distance relatives. What usually happens is we pick out a card at the store, then develop photo prints of recent happenings and mail them together. Sometimes, the cards and photos sit in the envelope for days on end […]

Print & Cut Halloween Take Out Box

8 Oct

Print & Cut Halloween Take Out Box

Need a cute way to give a goodie to a class or neighbor? Try a print & cut Halloween take out box! This is such a fun way to put together a Halloween treat- without the spook and creep (like my printable Halloween coffin box from last year!). Right now, these adorable little digital downloads […]

Holiday Hosting Cleaning Checklist

7 Oct

This post brought to you by BISSELL Homecare, Inc.. All opinions are 100% mine. Cool weather, crisp air and the antisipation of visitors coming from near and far are all signs of the holidays rapidly approaching. This year, you'll be ready for those visitors. Whether it be a formal gathering or impromptu  visit, this Holiday […]

Crustless Mini Cheesecake

3 Oct

Crustless Mini Cheesecake Recipe

After my Mini Cheesecake Recipe was posted, I was asked if the recipe could be done without the crust. I ventured out to see if a crustless mini cheesecake was possible. Guess what, it was! I used the same recipe as before, only this time I left out the vanilla wafers and just poured the […]

1 Year Photo Shoot

2 Oct

Roslyn's 1 Year Photo Shoot

I don’t get out to go shopping much. We’re a one car family so if I wanted to go shopping I’d be taking away from family time at night or weekends. However, there was a day last year that I had the car from my husband for the day for doctor appointments. I was still […]

Temple Frosted Mirror

1 Oct

Etched Glass Temple frosted onto a Mirror

My Temple Frosted Mirror post was originally written as a contributing post for As a regular contributor for Somewhat Simple, I also bring my special projects to Small Fine Print for your enjoyment.    There’s more to etched glass than just frosted see through glass! Sure you can add a last name to a […]