The world needs more people like Mr. Rogers.
If you’ve ever worked in a library before, you know how true this is! We can’t forget the pages – they’re important too!
I work most evenings, so for months, my sister would make dinner for the family. Well, my sister got a job (yay!) and started working 9-5 last week…which means making dinner is up to me again!
I love cooking, so I don’t mind that the responsibility has fallen on me, and fortunately for me, my sister had several weeks of meals planned ahead. And with the help of Pinterest, finding ideas for dinner is easy.
Tonight’s recipe is a new one for us. It’s Tebow Family Pizza Pie! Apparently there’s some guy named Tebow who’s famous or something…
Okay, I’m not THAT out of the loop – I know who Tim Tebow is and when I found this recipe, I knew we had to try it. Who doesn’t love pizza? Or pie?
Being a week after Easter, stores have Easter candy marked down 6,000% off. We have more candy than we know what to do with, so I’ve decided to made brownies and throw some Snickers in. Sounds good, right? Most recipes I’ve looked up have you make brownies from scratch, but we have boxes of brownie mix, so why do the extra work?
Pizza Pie + Snickers Brownies = pretty good Tuesday!
Action, adventure, and romance are woven together beautifully in this second book in the Alaskan Courage series. Follow Piper McKenna and Landon Grainger as they travel to Canada, searching for answers in the case of a high profile murder. The lead suspect is Reef McKenna, and it seems only Piper believes in her brother’s innocence. As Piper and Landon search for the truth, they must face burning questions, dangerous situations – and the changes in their relationship.
From the moment you begin, you’ll be captivated by the plot, the characters, and the nail-biting suspense. Another great story from Dani Pettrey – you won’t want to put it down!
Katie Ganshert‘s Wishing on Willows, the story following Wildflowers from Winter, is beautifully blended with themes of preserving the past, looking to the future, and the healing only God can provide.
Robin Price deals with trying to move on with her life, while still holding on to the memory of her late husband – not only for herself but for her three-year old son. When a stranger comes to town and threatens her café – her safe haven in a world of chaos – she must fight to save it.
When Ian McKay arrives in Peaks, Iowa, the last thing he wants is to cause trouble. He simply wants to save his family’s business. When Robin Price refuses to cooperate, he has no choice but to go head-to-head with this stubborn café owner. Who will win in this battle? Or will they both surrender to something greater?
You can check out the first three chapters of Wildflowers From Winter here, and you can order the book here. Once you’re hooked and decide to order it (;-)), you can get a sneak peek of Wishing on Willows here and pre-order it here.
Shattered came in the mail today! I can’t wait to read it again! It’s on order at the library, so make sure you check it out! Congratulations to Dani! She’s done an excellent job!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can carry about 250 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,500 times in 2012. If it were a Dreamliner, it would take about 6 trips to carry that many people.
This week’s website is geared toward children – or the young at heart!
As Christmas nears, we love to listen to Christmas music, decorate, watch Christmas movies, and play Christmas games! This site is one that I’ve visited in the past and still enjoy this time of year. It’s NorthPole.com!
There are pages on Northpole.com where children can read personalized stories, the Elves’ Game Chest, and a Christmas Countdown Calendar. You can make an account on the site for all ages – there’s a Child/Student Log In, Parent/Adult Log In, and a Teacher Log In.
One of my favorite features is the NORAD Santa Tracker! On Christmas Eve, this site will “track” Santa as he travels all over the world delivering gifts to children!
I hope you enjoy Northpole.com and that it becomes a tradition for your family each year!