A Cookie Party, A Pajama Party, Gingerbread Lane and Santa!! — Debora Mary – Blog /From Sarah: Check This Post Out.

Hello! The holly jolly-ness continued for the Fagan family over the weekend. With what feels like a very condensed holiday season thanks to such a late Thanksgiving, it seems like everyone is cramming all of the usual holiday festivities into a shorter time frame and our family is no exception. After we hosted our friends […]…

Grandma Betty’s Old Fashioned Sweet Potatoes (aka Candied Yams) — Culinary Craftiness

Old Fashioned Sweet Potatoes (aka Candied Yams). Grandma Betty’s recipe comes out perfect every time with with or without marshmallows! Continue Reading → The post Grandma Betty’s Old Fashioned Sweet Potatoes (aka Candied Yams) appeared first on Culinary Craftiness. via Grandma Betty’s Old Fashioned Sweet Potatoes (aka Candied Yams) — Culinary Craftiness From Sarah : I…

MONDAY, MONDAY: HOME, BIBLE AND MORNING EDITION By Home With The Boys /2010

MONDAY, MONDAY: HOME, BIBLE AND MORNING EDITION Oct 3, 2010 |  http://homewiththeboys.net/monday-monday-home-bible-and-morning-edition/ Home With The Boys From Sarah:After I shared Courtney’s Post (from October 2010) on Sunday, I went back and started going through her blog roundup for that week. I have discovered a few NEW-TO-ME Blogs . Home With The Boys Is one of those….

The Thing About Sunday Dinner In The South By Due South/ From Sarah Check THIS BLOG OUT!!!!

The Thing About Sunday Dinner In The South by Laura Beth Peters https://duesouth.media/the-thing-about-sunday-dinner-in-the-south/ “Imagine a porch filled with rocking chairs and people sitting in those rockers with dogs laying at the feet of those around them, screened doors pulled open and slamming shut as kids dash out to play tag with one another, glasses with perspired edges filled…

Four Ways To Enjoy Apples In The Fall

Four Ways To Enjoy Apples In The Fall By Due South by Laura Beth PetersFrom Due South https://duesouth.media/four-ways-to-enjoy-apples-in-the-fall/ “Like most southerners, when I think of autumn, I think of cooler temperatures, leaves changing colors… and apples. As in picking apples at the local apple orchard, drinking sweet and spicy cider and delighting in thick slices of apple…