THIS WOMAN WRITES The Simple Life: Follow the Old Saying
What's the old saying?
Use it up; Wear it out; Make it do; Do without.
I always have to look this up because I can never remember the order of 11 simple words, although I know they rhyme somehow. ... Posted on 1/24/14 at 4:12 PM
MODERN-DAY JANE Slippery little buggers.
Do you know what HexBugs are? You totally should. They are kind of awesome little toys, meant to look bugs, but these just eat watch batteries. Most of the Bugs we have are this type, the Original:
... Posted on 11/3/12 at 4:02 PM
IN THE BLACK Frugal Toys
With the holiday gift giving season, one of the jokes is that many kids have almost as much fun with the cardboard boxes than with the actual gifts. There was a recent post on the 5 best toys of all ... Posted on 12/19/11 at 8:09 AM
I GOT IT FROM MY MOMMA A woman can do the choosing
Imagine this, amongst a toy-packed playroom, a young girl plays with her favorite doll, wrapping it in a warm, fuzzy blanket, feeding it a make-believe bottle. It is quite possible she is envisioning ... Posted on 5/10/11 at 12:59 PM
STAFF BLOG FAMILY AND LIVING Resolution Wrap-Up: Did the Organizing Spree Last?
Well, Im writing to report in on my organization project for January. I am proud to say my upstairs is completely organized and is actually managing to stay such. My basement, however, is another mat... Posted on 2/9/11 at 10:36 AM
After slumping through last week, attendance at the Bentleyville Tour of Lights on Duluth’s bayfront shot up over the weekend, with just over 24,000 visitors hitting Bayfront Festival Park from Friday through Sunday.
Tracey Tellor told a reporter she didn’t want her little boy to receive war toys as Christmas gifts. Fourteen years after that story was published in the News Tribune, her son Michael Maruca, now 20, returned home from Army-medic training
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