I was invited to attend the At Home Store College Move In event at the Franklin, TN store this week. We had an awesome time taking a tour of the store. It’s #CollegeMoveIn time all over the nation. If you have a young adult moving into a college dorm or apartment, this is the place to shop! Anything and everything they need to get settled into their home away from home is here!
From the essentials for the bed, bath, and kitchen to desk and study areas, to just plain making it look fashionable, #AtHomeStore has it!!!
P.S. You might just find a few things to make Mom feel better about this #CollegMoveIn as well 😉
I’ll be back very soon #AtHomeStore to get all of my Halloween, Fall, Thanksgiving, and Christmas decorations! Tis the season!!
See you there!!!
I love this one! I want one! Something your kids can do and you can proudly display.
I did this one when I was in school.
and even more crafts!
Happy Easter my friends! Enjoy and have fun doing your Easter crafts.
I’ve been looking for ideas for my children’s Easter basket and wanted to share what I found. There are some really good ideas here! Happy Easter! Have fun with your babies and their baskets. I’ve searched the net to find the best Easter Basket ideas for you. The best ones I could find were Easter Basket ideas from Pinterest. If you’re wondering what to put in your children’s Easter basket take the many ideas from below!
I hope these ideas help you! I took all the work out of finding the ones that go to spam or go nowhere but the picture. Great ideas with some great bloggers. Be sure to thank them for their hard work.
Whitney Farms® is there to help me every step of the way. They are there to give me tips on how I can improve my garden not using the same old conventional methods. For example, they have organic plant food and organic soil. Their food and soil has no additives, nothing artificial at all. I am always trying to be kinder to the environment. It feels like sometimes I take two steps forward and three steps back in the process though. By using their organic soil you are helping the environment. Less chemicals is always best. And I try to do what’s best for the Earth and my family. That’s what’s important.
I’ve learned alot through the years of having my garden. I recently have gotten into it even more than I did last year. We don’t have a big yard either. You can garden in a small space I promise. Here’s a pic of my garden. I would love to use their plant food to make my vegetables larger and grow them faster. We are huge tomato fans. I do not eat tomatoes all winter because they are not home grown. They just do not taste as good as the ones grown in your garden. I’m so excited to see that they have tomato and vegetable food. I would love to use them on my veggies and see the difference.
After 25 years Whitney Farms knows what they’re doing. They have gotten their products to be low dust, no manure odor and are easy to apply. They contain beneficial microbes for your garden. They know what they need and their specially designed blends allow gives your garden the macro and micro nutrients that it needs.
Lucky for us Whitney Farms has a $3 coupon on their site for us to put to good use. Thank you Whitney Farms for making it easier on me to feel good about all my decisions in my garden. I love that Whitney Farms allows me as a mom to revel in the knowledge that I’m feeding my family straight from my garden to the table.
Here’s my garden this week. We’ve actually already eaten kale, spinach and lettuce out of the garden this year. Yay. Now how do I get the bugs from eating my cabbage and broccoli? Anyone? Please I need ideas here!
My kale and spinach.
broccoli and tomatoes (see that broccoli in the center…so exciting!) See the holes in my leaves…not exciting…mean bugs!
Onions…man it’s hard to take pics outside with an iPad. Sorry you can’t tell it’s onions (think green onions).
I have about 9 volunteer plants growing. 3 squash, 3 peppers and 3 tomatoes. This is the spaghetti squash and I love it when they volunteer to just pop up on their own.
This is my inside lettuce and celery. The lettuce has replenished and next week I should be able to have another salad. The celery is growing great! The two purple flowers are from my girl for Mother’s Day! Awww!
Now anyone have any earth friendly ideas to keep bugs off the broccoli and cabbage? Happy gardening! How’s your garden looking?
Recipes from the web that I will make this week.
Tuesday Baked chicken (spray pan with olive oil, sprinkle, garlic and lemon on chicken) Bake at 375* for 40 minutes and Mediterranean kale
Wednesday Chili (kids will make it chili frito pie) I love to make this in a cast iron skillet it gives it amazing flavor.
Thursday Sandwiches (concert night for my boy!)
Friday Date night (finally we’ve not had one in months!) Might get the kids a cheese pizza, if I’m really industrious I might make it.
What are you eating this week?
While Olivia Martin observed life through her camera, the abyss gazed back at her. She discovers mysterious men follow her around, people close to her are dying, and her dreams are no longer her own as she falls head over heels for a perfect stranger. A chance encounter leads to an obsession that could destroy everything she has ever known or loved. Olivia is about to find out there is a lot she doesn’t know and sometimes what you don’t know can kill you.