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100th Post!

1 Sep

This blog was created in December 2010. The idea was to explore different cooking recipes, the ups and down living with my husband and how life changes as you head into the next stages in your life. Almost two years later I have hit my 100th post and almost 8,000 views. It’s crazy to think that anyone would want to read what I have to say. I greatly appreciate all the support, comments and feedback I have received thus far. Thank you.

It is fun to look back and reread old posts! Here are my top five posts!

1)A Wordless Wednesday dedicated to a piece of art my mother created for my husband for Christmas.

Tip of the thumb, Michigan

2) I am always looking for new recipes. There is a tab at the top of the blog  “Share your Recipes” . where I am  looking for you to share a good family recipe or one that you love to cook!

3)The third most popular post goes to a shout out to the month of May – National Food Month. I reached out to people who have blogged about the foods that are honored in the month of May. Stop by and see all the different recipes! Strawberries, Salsa, Asparagus… If you have a blog post please feel free to add in the comments!

4)I hate to even mention this post that I shared about a little problem we had with White kitchen mites. After several attempts with bug killer, orkin man, and lots of scrubbing these nasty little things finally went away on their own! Click the picture to read the full story!

Tiny White Kitchen Mites

5) Did you know that April is National Grilled Cheese Month? Click the link to get a really killer Grilled Cheese recipe!

How many posts do you have on your blog?

XOXO – E

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Wordless Wednesday

1 Feb

My mother hand painted this map as a Christmas gift for my husband.   I wish this picture did a better job showing  how beautiful it really is. The details are just amazing. We have a cottage in the tip of the thumb, so this will be beautiful to frame and hang on the wall!

Are you interested in a painting like this?

xoxo – Elizabeth