Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary: F – An A to Z Challenge Blog Post

  Welcome back! Nice to have you here on my blog. Today, I want to talk to you about sweets and tea. Yes, those delightful little treats that make tea time even more interesting. I have found a book for you, that combines both the love for tea, and love for sweet treats. It is …

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Appreciation, Flu, And “Winter” Blues

Over the last few days I have been MIA from this blog – out of two legit reasons: 1. because my kids and I have been battlingĀ the flu, and 2 because this part time job, helping out someone with building a business has been resembling more a full-time job that hope that by the end …

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Traditions, Skills And Gratitude

While as a child, having a parent who is very detailed oriented and almost OCD about their space, is not a fun person to grow up around, I did learn quite a few useful skills from my adoptive father’s very exact personality. From how to cut an onion in precise and extra small pieces to …

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Let me tell you about this dog… – A Weekend Coffee Share Post

  Coffee TimeĀ    If we were having coffee this weekend, I would welcome you, and tell you that I am relieved that my friend’s dog is okay. I was worried about the puppy all day yesterday because she is still so little (and cute), but she seems to be fine now. I would also …

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Book Review: The Low-Sugar Cookbook by Nicola Graimes

Title: The Low-Sugar Cookbook Author: Nicola Graimes Publisher: Watkins Publishing Limited Publishing Date: August 21, 2014 Rating 4.5/5 Stars If you are buying this book for the recipes, you are in for a treat. Everything from sweet to savory is covered in this volume, bringing you healthy additions to your table, that are easy to …

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