Fall Hiking Week One: The Ice Age Trail and Brunet Island State Park
Hiking in the fall is one of my husband and mine favorite activities. Every weekend from the sign of the first turn of color till the last leaf drops we are hiking in our beautiful state of Wisconsin enjoying the fall colors. For the next few weeks, I will be filling my blog with the beautiful colors of fall in Wisconsin and sharing information on the hikes we took. For our first week of hiking, we decided to go north. The colors up north always turn first, so it made the most sense to go…
DIY Upcycled Tin Can Pumpkins - Drugstore Divas
These DIY Upcycled Tin Can Pumpkins are easy to make. And there's a good chance you have everything for these rustic pumpkins at home.
IS IT MILK OR JUICE?
IS IT MILK OR JUICE (Writing Prompt) #writing #prompt #WritingPrompt #juice #ragtag
11 Sweater Styles-Stylish Monday
Today I have 11 sweater styles for you from the fashionable ladies of Stylish Monday! Stylish Monday is created out of a Facebook group of Life and Style blo
Fall Garden Update and Fall Foliage, 2020
Welcome to Debbie-Dabble Blog!! I am so happy you decided to stop by!! Today, I am going to be sharing a late Fall Garden Update.... Before I go any firther, is anyone else having trouble moving pictures around when creating a post on Blogger????? They disappear and jump to a different place from where you intended them to be?????/ This just started recently and it is driving me crazy!!!! Please tell me it is not just me????? I think the heat of this Summer and a warmer than usual Fall has…
Hot Bacon Cheddar Mac - Homemade on a Weeknight
When you want Mac & Cheese to be a whole meal - you add bacon, chicken and a little bit of a kick!
A Halloween Haunted House Tablescape — Whispers of the Heart
Another Halloween tablescape that Hubby did the grunt work for after I told him where to find things. My back continues to improve but not enough to get back to gathering items for tablescapes. I have tablescapes that I love and tablescapes that I like and this one is definitely in the like column a
3 INGREDIENTS OATMEAL COOKIES
Am looking for something healthier for my breakfast/snack and bumped into various recipes using oatmeal. That's where this 3 Ingredients Oatmeal Cookies can be a wonderful treat not only for me but for the whole family. This is darn easy and the last ingredient is variable according to your preference. The suggested add in are: raisin/dried fruit, coconut, peanut butter chips or chopped nuts. I love my cookies to be super cute so have shaped them into 1/2 in tiny balls but this entirely up…
How to Make a Hooded Towel – Tutorial for ALL ages
Adorable, soft and cozy hooded towels for kids are hard to come by. The cheap versions I could find simply won’t cut it, so I decided that is time to stitch another special handmade item. This DIY hooded towel is perfect for drying both kids and toddlers after taking a bath, or you can even take it to the pool. I will show you how to make a hooded towel that is super easy to customize if you wish. Follow my basic hooded towel tutorial and I will also show you a little twist how to…
Homeschooling on the Go - Apron Strings & other things
Life happens. We all find ourselves needing to change up our plans or let go of what we had scheduled for the day. The art of being flexible is important when you are a homeschooling family. While I do feel strongly about stressing the HOME in homeschool, responsibilities and commitments sometimes call us away ... Read More about Homeschooling on the Go
I.R.L. I Want to Be a "Yes" Mom - Apron Strings & other things
There are so many opportunities to say ‘no’ to our children. It’s too dangerous, I’m too tired, there isn’t enough time, it’ll make a mess, yada yada yada. Lately, I’ve been working on making the choice to say ‘yes!’ to my kids more often. When my daughter asked if she could light a candle today ... Read More about I.R.L. I Want to Be a “Yes” Mom