Origami Paper Heart Banner

This banner was made with origami puffy hearts. There are many tutorials for them online however, I strongly suggest watching this tutorial by paper kawaii . Since I decided to string up my hearts I added a drop of glue in the pockets at the bottom of the heart on the last step. This gave Read More

Savory Biscuits

How to make savory biscuits in 20 minutes or less.

This recipe came into being when we were heating up our leftover soup and realized we were out of bread! A quick google search brought me to the Homemade Drop Biscuits Recipe on Finding Zest which made a great base for these biscuits. By adding some herbs and cheese we were able to change them Read More

10 Soups in 30 Minutes or Less

These irresistible soups take half an hour or less from prep to table. They make quick and easy meals for weeknights and go great paired with salad or with these homemade biscuits.   Souped Up Tortellini This soup is absolutely delicious and can be made with whatever vegetables you have on hand! Made with tortellini Read More

Hummingbird in Rain.


Their wings move in an infinity pattern Hummingbirds hearts beat an average of 1,260 times per minute. Their average body temperature is 107 degrees Fahrenheit. Most of their babies are smaller than a penny. They are the only birds that can fly forward and backwards. They need to eat 7 times per hour.   Not Read More

Andy Warhol

There is a museum named after him in Pittsburgh. He was the manager of the band “Velvet Underground”. This artist’s painting “Eight Elvis’s” sold for $100 million in 2008. The first movie he filmed was named “Sleep” and was a six-hour film depicting a man sleeping. His first commission was for drawing shoes in Glamour Read More

Pom-Pom Yarn Flowers

Pom-pom flowers are a cheerful and whimsical touch to any table setting or shelf. For this tutorial I took inspiration from “Alice In Wonderland’s” painting the roses red scene and did them in red and white with one flower done in both! This tutorial will teach you the basics of making pom-poms as well as Read More

Ancient Minoa

This civilization is credited as being the first European Civilization.  A center of trade their main export was timber but they also exported; food, wine, wool, cloth, herbs and purple dye. Recent DNA testing has shown that this civilization was founded by migrants from mainland Europe. Their DNA shows a close link to other early Read More

Christmas Dinner

Our Staged Pretentious Christmas

Just the name of this article sounds ridiculous but that is fitting for the amount of effort that went into taking the perfect Christmas Dinner pictures to share on Snapchat. Our first picture of the night were two perfectly staged plates sitting on our cheerful pink placemats on our fully cleaned dining table with two Read More