It’s lunch time. You’re hungry. And you’re out of bread. I can help. My son recently returned from his mission in southern Florida, where he
Sometimes you just need a fresh new start. It’s a new year! For me it’s also a new semester at school, and I recently started a
It’s been awhile since I’ve shared a true confession on the blog. True confession. This wasn’t initially intended to be a dip. But when I
I have a love/hate relationship with planners. I love organizing my time and to-dos, and making lists. Even more than that, I love crossing things
We’ve been enjoying all of the beautiful Christmas traditions Milly has brought back from Denmark. This one made our Christmas Eve celebrations so much fun!
Let me start by saying these are far more than little heart baskets made from paper. These Julehjerter are Christmas therapy. They’re a key to recapturing
Ages before you had an Elf sitting on your shelf, Danish children had the family Nisse. Milly spent last year in Denmark, and assures me that the
What could a girl from a tiny little island in eastern Canada possibly have in common with a girl growing up over 4,500 miles away
Crunchy leaves underfoot, warm sweaters, cool morning breezes, hot cocoa and comfort foods. Like macaroni and cheese. Everything about autumn just makes me happy. Growing up,
If it wasn’t so tasty, it would be a weed. I’ve rarely met a gardener who grows zucchini who doesn’t have an over-abundance to share.
In July, Milly and I were invited to join the Utah Food Bloggers for a tour of some of our host’s favorite food stops in Cache
It had to be some kind of magic. Not dark magic, the good kind. The kind that fairy godmothers had. And my mother had it too.