Monthly Archives: January 2011

Welcome Blissfull Friends

I totally enjoyed my time at Blissdom, but the most important part was my connection with you. Thanks for your warm “Hello,” a copy of your business cars, as well as telling me about yourself and what your blogging passion … Continue reading

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Blissdom Bound

In my quest to make this blog successful I’m aware of many things I have to do to reach my goal, and one of which is networking with other women that blog like myself.  Being a stay-at-home Mom and networking … Continue reading

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100 Day School Projects ~ Farm Style

I don’t remember celebrating the 100th day of school when I was in grade school, but since my boys have started their school makes a big deal out of it.  I’ve witnessed the morning routine of their Kindergarten and 1st … Continue reading

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The Makings of a Buddy

A “buddy” is mainly a term used for friends that are boys, but not in this instance.  In my instance, and maybe in many other chic lives, a buddy is a guy friend that takes on more of a brotherly … Continue reading

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Clean/Dirty Clothes

I grew up with the household rule that you removed your shoes at the door when you came in, which is something my Mom grew up with as well.  I have continued that ritual with my family, but mainly because … Continue reading

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Traveling with Sons

If you read some of my previous posts you know that we took a trip to Branson, Missouri after Christmas and returned after the New Year.  It was a fun trip that made plenty of memories as well as the … Continue reading

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Dressing Up Like Cowboys

Our sons do it all the time here at home when they play cowboys that it’s so cute to watch and not to mention listen to them play.  They also totally enjoy watching the old time cowboy movies, especially the … Continue reading

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Herding . . . Not Just for Farmers

You usually hear the term herding when it comes to farming. Herding is what farmers do to move their herds of animals for some reason or another.  If you think about it though we as parents do the same thing … Continue reading

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Where the Farmers Vacation

First of all getting a Farmer to leave their farm in the hands of someone else to take a vacation is a challenge to say the least, but I think I found the vacation spot that they’re willing to go … Continue reading

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Top Five Quotes

There are many quotes by brilliant people that catch my attention, and at times calm me down or bring me back to reality.  Here are my top five favorites: “To whom much is given much is expected.” (“Be who you … Continue reading

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