I “borrowed” this one from a great web site that a friend of mine found for me. (Thank you, Wendy! http://www.ourbestbites.com/) But I found this web site to be more than just this great idea for the holiday. I think you should dig a bit deeper than this great holiday recipe:
Posts tagged ‘children’
Hey, people! Let’s get real. There isn’t anyone that wouldn’t do a simple recipe that is quick and easy, especially if it gives you that touch of “homemade” that has been missing in your kitchen. You can even get the kids to help with this one. That’s how easy it really is! If you only have three ingredients, there couldn’t be much to go wrong with the kids involved. So here is your 1-2-3 recipe: (more…)
Let’s face it: a good meal in a hurry is a good thing, especially if it can cook while you’re spending some time with the family. Then you can feed your hungry bunch with something better than fast food or delivery. Not only do you save on the family budget, but you get that “comfort” food that you really want. This is great recipe for one of those times. (more…)
Thank you, Mike L, for your inspiration!
There are times in life when a merry-go-round sounds so simple. You can jump on a horse or other character that goes around in a circle until the vendor says it’s time to quit. It goes up and down and you hear the carnival music that goes with it. It’s fun. It’s tame. It’s safe. But for some of us, it isn’t that simple, but rather the memories that we have of the real animals that are depicted on that ride. (more…)
It is estimated that there are five million children under the age of five that are at risk for such conditions as autism, physical disability or slow physical and mental growth. These conditions are considered “special needs.” The problem is that there are only 20% of them that get the early intervention and care that they need. Why? It’s because of the financial strains that are placed on many families due to economic woes. Job loss, work cut-backs and a lack of medical insurance hampers the care that the families need and want to give. (more…)
It was Grace’s birthday. “I’m five years old!” she said. Her birthday cake was beautiful, with balloons, ripples and colorful words – just the way she wanted it. But being five years old, she had a question that she didn’t have an answer for.
“Why are we here?” (more…)