Like the way she does a collage of 4 in a square, then journals below it...great way for me to stuff even more pics into my pages! LOL! by dana
dana
dana Like the way she does a collage of 4 in a square, then journals below it...great way for me to stuff even more pics into my pages! LOL!
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It would be a great way to organize my dog's stuff when she travels with me! by dana
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dana It would be a great way to organize my dog's stuff when she travels with me!
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Preschool journals - great link to illustrate how she does it. by carmella
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carmella Preschool journals - great link to illustrate how she does it.
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Preschool journals - great link to illustrate how she does it.  A little different than kidwriting, may  have activities like a leaf rubbing, draw a feather, money rubbing, etc. by emma_gamble
emma_gamble
emma_gamble Preschool journals - great link to illustrate how she does it. A little different than kidwriting, may have activities like a leaf rubbing, draw a feather, money rubbing, etc.
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How to Freeze a Casserole (and how to reheat it!) Pin it to SAVE it and SHARE it! Follow Spend With Pennies on Pinterest for more great tips, ideas and recipes!  Add your own great tips in the comments below! If you are looking to freeze meals ahead of time then you may be wondering where to even begin.  There are many reasons to start freezing meals ahead.  It’s a great way to save money and ensures that you will {Read More} by GarJo12881
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GarJo12881 How to Freeze a Casserole (and how to reheat it!) Pin it to SAVE it and SHARE it! Follow Spend With Pennies on Pinterest for more great tips, ideas and recipes!  Add your own great tips in the comments below! If you are looking to freeze meals ahead of time then you may be wondering where to even begin.  There are many reasons to start freezing meals ahead.  It’s a great way to save money and ensures that you will {Read More}
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I wonder if this would work in my Mazda6 hatchback if I folded the seats down. It would be a great way to organize my dogs stuff when she travels with me! by dana
dana
dana I wonder if this would work in my Mazda6 hatchback if I folded the seats down. It would be a great way to organize my dogs stuff when she travels with me!
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Why does Facebook even give me the option to "like" my own status?  FOR REAL. lol by kelly.meli
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kelly.meli Why does Facebook even give me the option to "like" my own status? FOR REAL. lol
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Gladiator - one of my favorite films...my husband had to talk me into seeing it and then I felt like a dolt for initially snubbing it. by Maiden11976
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Maiden11976 Gladiator - one of my favorite films...my husband had to talk me into seeing it and then I felt like a dolt for initially snubbing it.
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You HAVE to check this out. It is so Amazing I wasn't sure where to pin it on my boards. It belongs in the house but it gave such great ideas for the gnomes and mini garden as well I just had to put it here. AND.. she does more stuff! AND she has photos of it all! step by step!!! click around her site! A-MA-ZING!!! so many ideas. Love the aluminum foil idea on the tree and there is so much more! the pin is going in my Gardens: Fairy, Gnome, mini, and tranquil Maybe DIY too! Thank you Maddie! by maryfair177
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maryfair177 You HAVE to check this out. It is so Amazing I wasn't sure where to pin it on my boards. It belongs in the house but it gave such great ideas for the gnomes and mini garden as well I just had to put it here. AND.. she does more stuff! AND she has photos of it all! step by step!!! click around her site! A-MA-ZING!!! so many ideas. Love the aluminum foil idea on the tree and there is so much more! the pin is going in my Gardens: Fairy, Gnome, mini, and tranquil Maybe DIY too! Thank you Maddie!
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great way to organize my dog's stuff when she travels with me! by dana
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dana great way to organize my dog's stuff when she travels with me!
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"When you're famous you kind of run into human nature in a raw kind of way. It stirs up envy, fame does. People you run into feel that, well, who does she think she is, Marilyn Monroe? They feel fame gives them some kind of privilege to walk up to you and say anything to you, of any kind of nature — and it won't hurt your feelings — like it's happening to your clothes not you."  - Marilyn Monroe by MarySeh
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MarySeh "When you're famous you kind of run into human nature in a raw kind of way. It stirs up envy, fame does. People you run into feel that, well, who does she think she is, Marilyn Monroe? They feel fame gives them some kind of privilege to walk up to you and say anything to you, of any kind of nature — and it won't hurt your feelings — like it's happening to your clothes not you." - Marilyn Monroe
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I am hurting. I don't feel capable of putting on a smile or getting my life together in time to show up at Hope to focus on the lost. So I considered not going. Then Holy Spirit reminded me of the dream. I must go in my broken, real state. Even if it feels like there's not room for me to be as needy as an outreach. I must try to do church His way. And trust Him with the outcome. 4.14.13 by Vickers1973
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Vickers1973 I am hurting. I don't feel capable of putting on a smile or getting my life together in time to show up at Hope to focus on the lost. So I considered not going. Then Holy Spirit reminded me of the dream. I must go in my broken, real state. Even if it feels like there's not room for me to be as needy as an outreach. I must try to do church His way. And trust Him with the outcome. 4.14.13
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Great little snowmen my mom has been making for a few years now. All she does is go to a hardware store, buy some stair railing banisters, cut them in half and paint them white {to resemble snowpeople} and then dresses them up like little snowpeople. This is the husband and wife of a family of 5 she made for great family friends of ours -- they're a HUGE hit at our church fair every year. The one's for family friends are always a little more by sportsyyy2
sportsyyy2
sportsyyy2 Great little snowmen my mom has been making for a few years now. All she does is go to a hardware store, buy some stair railing banisters, cut them in half and paint them white {to resemble snowpeople} and then dresses them up like little snowpeople. This is the husband and wife of a family of 5 she made for great family friends of ours -- they're a HUGE hit at our church fair every year. The one's for family friends are always a little more
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LOL. I love this pin!!! I like how it brings humor into a situation that also shows that Daryll has grown. People are a product of how they were raised, so I can see how the brothers would both label Asians as "Chinese" out of ignorance. But I like how the show allows Daryll to evolve. It makes me love his character even more. by edna
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edna LOL. I love this pin!!! I like how it brings humor into a situation that also shows that Daryll has grown. People are a product of how they were raised, so I can see how the brothers would both label Asians as "Chinese" out of ignorance. But I like how the show allows Daryll to evolve. It makes me love his character even more.
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My FAVORITE beauty regimen, an aspirin mask! Great for wrinkles, acne, firming, etc - plus there are a bunch of ideas of things in your pantry to add into it to boost the mask even more! by proteamundi
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proteamundi My FAVORITE beauty regimen, an aspirin mask! Great for wrinkles, acne, firming, etc - plus there are a bunch of ideas of things in your pantry to add into it to boost the mask even more!
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Puppies pray too! This picture makes me think of our dog, Sadie who does everything my little sister does and is so 'human' that she has to be tucked into bed before going to sleep at night. Lol. by eliza
eliza
eliza Puppies pray too! This picture makes me think of our dog, Sadie who does everything my little sister does and is so 'human' that she has to be tucked into bed before going to sleep at night. Lol.
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In search of a a throw pillow tutorial and found this one. Not only does it look super easy (even for a non-sewer like myself) but she has used the Suzani fabric style I plan to use as well. :-) by tamika
tamika
tamika In search of a a throw pillow tutorial and found this one. Not only does it look super easy (even for a non-sewer like myself) but she has used the Suzani fabric style I plan to use as well. :-)
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This is one of my favorite curling tutorial's I've seen yet! She does a good job at explaining! Does anyone else have trouble getting curls to stay in their hair like me?? by noreen
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noreen This is one of my favorite curling tutorial's I've seen yet! She does a good job at explaining! Does anyone else have trouble getting curls to stay in their hair like me??
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Something like "how many times do I have to tell you" or "why can't you ever listen to me" was welling up in my soul and I had to work hard to push it down. Have you ever felt that way? Believe it or not, there is a way to help your children be more successful at listening and then doing what is asked of them! by LisaAnne Lavelle Crawford
LisaAnne Lavelle Crawford
LisaAnne Lavelle Crawford Something like "how many times do I have to tell you" or "why can't you ever listen to me" was welling up in my soul and I had to work hard to push it down. Have you ever felt that way? Believe it or not, there is a way to help your children be more successful at listening and then doing what is asked of them!
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Scrambled eggs when camping...  Use a zip lock bag to mix up all the stuff, then there is no mess! You can also cook in the bag. Just drop it into a pot of boiling water on the fire. It Works, I have done this! A great way to personalize individual breakfasts. by ursula
ursula
ursula Scrambled eggs when camping... Use a zip lock bag to mix up all the stuff, then there is no mess! You can also cook in the bag. Just drop it into a pot of boiling water on the fire. It Works, I have done this! A great way to personalize individual breakfasts.
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I like the way she does her shredded beef.  Cutting it into smaller chunks first is a grand idea. by jill
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jill I like the way she does her shredded beef. Cutting it into smaller chunks first is a grand idea.
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Great way to hide a way diapers and baby cleaning table stuff! You could even modge podge scrapbook paper to the front of the drawers and hide the stuff even more.  Space saver! by marcia
marcia
marcia Great way to hide a way diapers and baby cleaning table stuff! You could even modge podge scrapbook paper to the front of the drawers and hide the stuff even more. Space saver!
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I had a vision of this card in my head ... someone beat me to it LOL! by graciela
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graciela I had a vision of this card in my head ... someone beat me to it LOL!
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almost-thrown-in-the-garbage shutters into a beautiful way to showcase family photos. Different than my shutter photo display, I like how she added the picture frames on top of the shutter slats, then finished the look with a few accessories like hardware and their name initial. So beautiful and creative! by SAburns
SAburns
SAburns almost-thrown-in-the-garbage shutters into a beautiful way to showcase family photos. Different than my shutter photo display, I like how she added the picture frames on top of the shutter slats, then finished the look with a few accessories like hardware and their name initial. So beautiful and creative!
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1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally.

2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head.

3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck.

4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder. by aniellabrooke
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aniellabrooke 1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally. 2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head. 3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck. 4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder.
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“He (Our Lord) said to me, that when He rose again He showed Himself to Our Lady, because She was in great trouble; for sorrow had so pierced Her soul that She did not even recover Herself at once in order to have the fruition of that joy.  He remained long with Her then because it was necessary to console Her.” -St. Theresa of Jesus  This is such a heart-breaking, touching scene to imagine! by lacy
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lacy “He (Our Lord) said to me, that when He rose again He showed Himself to Our Lady, because She was in great trouble; for sorrow had so pierced Her soul that She did not even recover Herself at once in order to have the fruition of that joy.  He remained long with Her then because it was necessary to console Her.” -St. Theresa of Jesus This is such a heart-breaking, touching scene to imagine!
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Instead of using whole apples for caramel/chocolate apples use slices - yes i hate tryin' to bite into a huge apple that is covered in stuff that makes it even more impossible to bite into... this is brilliant! by jocelyn
jocelyn
jocelyn Instead of using whole apples for caramel/chocolate apples use slices - yes i hate tryin' to bite into a huge apple that is covered in stuff that makes it even more impossible to bite into... this is brilliant!
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I have been hurt most of my life by people I thought loved and cared about me.  It hurts even more when they refuse to admit their wrong and try to make things right. It took me long enough to realize that they meant more to me than I did to them. It may take me time to heal but I will get passed it all because my life and my happiness does mean something to me. Just one day at a time. by gfb
gfb
gfb I have been hurt most of my life by people I thought loved and cared about me. It hurts even more when they refuse to admit their wrong and try to make things right. It took me long enough to realize that they meant more to me than I did to them. It may take me time to heal but I will get passed it all because my life and my happiness does mean something to me. Just one day at a time.
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OK... sprayed some no-stick spray on the baking pan you see in the picture. Browned a pound of ground beef with 1/2 diced onion and some chopped green onions. Drained it. Added about a cup of water and a packet of Taco Bell taco seasoning mix. Got a 27 oz can of "El Mexicano Chili for Rellenos" and drained them, rinsed them, pulled them into small strips with my fingers. (Fresh Poblano peppers would probably make this even better). Combined 4 eggs, 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour, salt, pepper, fat-free milk (would have used whole milk but we had fat-free milk on hand) in a separate dish and whisked that all together. Added a small can of green chilis to that flour/milk mix along with another 1/2 diced raw onion and a little more chopped up raw green onion. Put a layer of chilis on the bottom of the baking pan shown in the picture. Ladel some of the egg/milk/onions mixture on top. Add a layer of shredded cheddar cheese and "mexican blend shredded cheese". Now add another layer of the chilis... another layer of egg/milk/onions stuff, another layer of shredded cheeses. I made a total of 3 layers like this. Baked at 350 for about 45 minutes, then added a small can of sliced black olives and put it on a high broil for 4-5 minutes. Let it sit 20 minutes or so and serve it up. We topped it with sour cream and some homemade poblano/jalapeno hot sauce I'd made last weekend.  Oh yeah... of course I spooned in some of the seasoned/browned ground beef on each of the 3 layers, too... heh heh... kind of an important part of the recipe.  One other thing...  I also tore up two large flour tortillas into bite-sized pieces and added those in to the dish as I was building up the layers. by dollie
dollie
dollie OK... sprayed some no-stick spray on the baking pan you see in the picture. Browned a pound of ground beef with 1/2 diced onion and some chopped green onions. Drained it. Added about a cup of water and a packet of Taco Bell taco seasoning mix. Got a 27 oz can of "El Mexicano Chili for Rellenos" and drained them, rinsed them, pulled them into small strips with my fingers. (Fresh Poblano peppers would probably make this even better). Combined 4 eggs, 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour, salt, pepper, fat-free milk (would have used whole milk but we had fat-free milk on hand) in a separate dish and whisked that all together. Added a small can of green chilis to that flour/milk mix along with another 1/2 diced raw onion and a little more chopped up raw green onion. Put a layer of chilis on the bottom of the baking pan shown in the picture. Ladel some of the egg/milk/onions mixture on top. Add a layer of shredded cheddar cheese and "mexican blend shredded cheese". Now add another layer of the chilis... another layer of egg/milk/onions stuff, another layer of shredded cheeses. I made a total of 3 layers like this. Baked at 350 for about 45 minutes, then added a small can of sliced black olives and put it on a high broil for 4-5 minutes. Let it sit 20 minutes or so and serve it up. We topped it with sour cream and some homemade poblano/jalapeno hot sauce I'd made last weekend. Oh yeah... of course I spooned in some of the seasoned/browned ground beef on each of the 3 layers, too... heh heh... kind of an important part of the recipe. One other thing... I also tore up two large flour tortillas into bite-sized pieces and added those in to the dish as I was building up the layers.
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This is an AWESOME nursing blog from someone who started it studying for the NCLEX and is now an RN.  She has lots of great visuals, etc. for studying! She even has pictures of her textbook pages! This pic is from a way to remember the cranial nerves by relating them to Starbucks... whaaaat? by catherine
catherine
catherine This is an AWESOME nursing blog from someone who started it studying for the NCLEX and is now an RN. She has lots of great visuals, etc. for studying! She even has pictures of her textbook pages! This pic is from a way to remember the cranial nerves by relating them to Starbucks... whaaaat?
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Oh my gosh.. This was one of the first pics I had of them after enough people convinced me to like them... It just snowballed from there, in the best way of course ;-) by janis
janis
janis Oh my gosh.. This was one of the first pics I had of them after enough people convinced me to like them... It just snowballed from there, in the best way of course ;-)
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