Monthly Archives: April 2015
I may be a little silly with myself for having this rule; but it helps me to NOT have baskets of clean laundry around. I’m really good at washing clothes I’m just not good at putting up clothes 😳. So here’s my rule that I try not to break.
Laundry Rule Número Uno: Do not start a new load of laundry until the first load is put up.
What an obvious idea to go by! But my laundry process was consistently in baskets until I made this idea a “rule” with myself. It just makes life run a little more smoothly. Thought I’d share in case anyone else needed to make this reality a “rule” too.
Easy and simple way to do your hair!! Take 2 pieces of hair and knot them twice. Then rubber band. Yep! It’s truly that simple.
2 Cups Flour
1 Cup Sugar
1 Teaspoon Salt
1 1/2 Tablespoons Baking Powder
2 Cups Milk
2 Tablespoons Butter
4 Teaspoons Vanilla
Cooked Bacon (optional)
Throw together your dry ingredients in a mixing bowl. Then add your egg, milk, butter, and vanilla. At this point you can crumble bacon on your mixture (if you would like). Once your desired ingredients are added whisk together to get the lumps out. I pour my wanted amount of batter in a spouted measuring cup for easy pouring. I also use almond oil in my skillet for coating and effortless flipping. Enjoy!
This was really fun to make for the entire family. The only thing I had to buy was a small terra cotta pot for the “tomb” and some fake flowers; both I got from Walmart. Everything else I had in my craft box, kitchen, or found outside.
Instead of the green “moss” ribbon you could do real grass, moss from a tree outside, or whatever you want to decorate with. The sky is literally the limit. I choose to make a resurrection garden that wasn’t real because I wanted a decoration that could stay made for every year. It’s definitely a tradition I want to implement each year and then have one in each child’s room or even gift our garden to someone.
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