April 8, 2013

Builders & Bulldozers @ Or So She Says

Hello!  Well, I mentioned in my post last Monday that I was going to try and share a bunch of fun new recipes while we were out of town for spring break.  As you can see, that didn't quite happen.  We were having too much fun flying kites, enjoying the beautiful sunshine, and catching up on some movies.  But, I'm back now and I can get back to posting.

I'm over at Or So She Says today with a great backyard game for the whole family!  Don't you love the longer evenings we're having?  I love being outside in when it's warmer. 

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Thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope you found a little something worth your time.

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