I recently had the opportunity to review the amazing Cleverfit collar stays. After using them for the past week, my husband has no idea how he has lasted this long without using this clever product. These adjustable, stainless steel collar stays are truly THE ONLY stays you will ever have to buy. I can’t …
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Tex-Mex Dirty Rice is a staple on my monthly dinner menu. Since it’s a one skillet meal, it’s easy to make and easy to clean up. Since my children love this easy dish, I always make a double batch so we can eat some tonight and later on in the month. Prep Time: 5 minutes …
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I just wrapped up week 3 of radiation and I’m feeling great! I never would have imagined that the few minutes I’m on the table daily would bring me out of this journey with many revelations. As I lay on the table, it gives me a time out to collect my thoughts and ponder some …
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I completed my second week of radiation this past Friday. Honestly I don’t know why they fuss so much. I have been fortunate not to have any adverse side effects thus far. Each day that I walk into The Cancer Institute and scan my card, I feel blessed to be walking through the doors on …
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FantabuLESS Taco Pockets

May 15th, 2014 | Posted by fantabulessmedia in Recipes - (0 Comments)

    My kids love tacos and I love making them! Since we are a busy family on the go, portable foods keep us on time and out of the local drive thru.  These Taco Pockets are quick, easy and filling.  They are so easy to make that I would advise you to make a …
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  Growing up with a large extended family, we ate many a meals at Grandma's house.  Since she lived next door to the church, we had plenty of company that would just so happen to drop in around supper time on their way to church. We didn't have a lot, but what we had Grandma …
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Since the birth of my second child, it seems like I have always been behind on laundry. It started with skipping a day here or there and I have yet to catch up! Fast forward 13 years, and I’m STILL behind on laundry. Since I have 6 children, I do more laundry than the average …
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Teaching Kids Compassion

May 11th, 2014 | Posted by fantabulessmedia in Children - (0 Comments)

Last week when I checked the mailbox I found an advertisement for the National Association of Letter Carriers Annual Food Drive. An ad was attached to a brown paper bag that they were requesting residents to fill with non perishable goods. My youngest son was in the car with me and noticed we received a …
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  My family loves eating breakfast. You can find us eating breakfast in the morning, noon or night. When SaraLee over at SaraLee's Steals, Deals and Giveaways posted a recipe for a breakfast casserole I knew this would be a hit at my house.  I adjusted the original recipe to reflect the items that I …
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This week I began radiation treatments for Breast Cancer. ¬†Once again I had no idea what to expect. I read all of the literature that they gave me, but until you are actually laying on the table with your arms above your head it just doesn’t seem real. The staff is really nice and they …
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