Turkey time is approaching. Did you get your turkey yet? We'll probably take our turkey out of the freezer on Sunday. My mother in law said the lady on the TV said you need to thaw it one day for every pound. With as big as this bird is I should have taken it out at Halloween. Why is the turkey so big? Because I should have listened to my mother and married an orphan.
How many enjoyable book-related activities did you participate in this summer? With the sun sinking around 4 p.m., I couldn't help but think about how the autumn is a great time to expand one's reading horizons. Fall is one of my favorite seasons. It's that wonderful time of year when everything is crisp, ripe, and tasty.
Are you short on time and need some Thanksgiving shortcuts? Are you new to all of this preparation and have no idea where to begin? Here are some simple time-saving tips and suggestions to aid you if you're a newbie. I'm certain you'll be able to pull off Thanksgiving dinner. Even if you find yourself asking, "Um. Why is it only two weeks to Thanksgiving? I still have bags of candy from my kids. I mean, from taking my kids Trick or Treating. And we are going to have a house full of my husband's family. Again."
It's that time of year. Time to get a year's worth of magnesium in a week by over indulging in pumpkin seeds. And how do I get that many pumpkin seeds? By letting my family carve five pumpkins.
As promised, I'm sharing with you my Halloween playlist to help get you in the spooky, spoopy mood for the best holiday ever.
Who needs a little help feeling the fall vibes? Summer is still hanging on here with temps in the nineties. I'm ready for my flannel shirt and boots. I want to go to a pumpkin patch and pay way too much for a pumpkin I'm going to gut like a slasher in an 80's horror movie. Who's with me here?
Not going to lie. I love fall. Have you figured that out? And I love reading. I love reading in fall. Outside. With a cup of coffee. And a blanket. That is goals. That is a dream life. But I know not everyone is getting the cooler temps right now. So, I figured I would help out and give you five more cozy mystery books with a fall theme. Not all of these are the first in the series and that's ok. Cozies are unique in that you don't have to start from the beginning to get the full story. And maybe you'll find a new series you like.
Since we moved in October, I have been able to stretch my decorating muscles. I wanted to find something that wouldn't scare my mother in law since she lives with us now. I sold my soul to Joanna Gaines. Everything is now rustic farmhouse chic. You will find black and white buffalo check pattern in... Continue Reading →