TURKEY PEPPERONI SPAGHETTI

I cook just about every night of the week, and I have learned you need to have a few key things that you can whip up in a jif after getting off work, school, practice etc.  A meal that satisfies the whole family, this usually has to do with pasta…or pizza for my fam! I came up with this recipe on one of those days when you are looking in the pantry and fridge thinking, what am I going to…

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HOMESCHOOL LIFE: BOOK HAUL & GIVEAWAY

Today I thought it would be fun to share with you a collection of books I’ve acquired in the last month or two. Some of the books are for school purposes and some are for fun. All reading is important and it’s good to have a wide variety and selection of books.   Some of my favorite places to buy books are Sam’s Club, Walmart and Amazon.com. We are Amazon Prime members, so we get free next day shipping and…

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MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES

June is flying by…and there is only 9 more days of National Dairy Month.  What are one of the main feeds you think of when feeding cows or horses? Hay! Hay is grown, cut, raked and baled while the sun shines. My brother does some custom work for a horse farm that grows their own hay. The farm is about 15 minutes from the dairy and on this particular day, Jarret and Bryce covered for Ty.  At this point in…

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BIRTHDAY WEEKEND RECAP

This past Saturday was my birthday and the whole weekend was spent with family. Jarret and I had my birthday off, where we didn’t have to work at all, all day. It is an amazing present in its self because it is not very often when we both have all day off. Jarret, Bryce, Madison and I spent the morning eating breakfast Jarret picked up from our favorite local spot and I was setting up my main birthday present, the…

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HOMESCHOOL LIFE: HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS

Schools out for the summer, which means Bryce is all done with horseback riding lessons too. He loved going to riding lessons! I will say it did take him along time to figure out the timing of posting and directing your horse at the same time. But when he finally found the rhythm he said, “wow…this is so easy”! When we had our last lesson he was galloping on the horse off the lead line. He’s is not an aggressive…

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PREEMIE LIFE: STARTING PRESCHOOL

Madison started preschool this week and I couldn’t be more excited and sad at the same time. I am happy she is able to handle the experiences physically, emotionally, and socially because it’s always been our goal for her! Although she has been in some type of school setting since she has been 1 yrs. old (early intervention teachers) we have never had to drop her off for more than an hour. BUT… She did great…no problems, her teacher said…

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FARM LIFE: WORKS OF ART

Today I am doing something a little different by showcasing pictures that Ty ( my brother) has taken with his phone. He uses an app called PicsArt – Photo Studio to edit and manipulate the colors on farming and dairy pictures.  First and foremost…Ty is an amazing hands on mechanic, equipment operator, welder, engineer and inventor around the dairy; hands down. But to see him turn his ordinary camera phone pictures into AMAZING works of art is just beautiful.  Words can’t…

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