Do you remember when you were young and your parents bought a new washer or dryer or refrigerator, and you were so excited? Not because you were old enough to care about the appliances, but because it meant that you would be able to play in the box?Me too. In fact, I still would play in boxes if I could fit. A few summers ago, my friend and I had the bizarre idea to have a box themed Bible study/party for girls. more »
That I can’t fall asleep unless I’m wearing socks That I’m addicted to cran-grape juice That I saw Tangled more than 20 times in the first year of it’s release That I’ve never painted my nails red That I adore waltzing That ducks are my favorite animal That I love exploring That I used to loath Spanish (which is now my major) That if I could go anywhere in the world, I would go to New Zealand That I more »
So, just wanted to quickly share one of my new favorite blogs :) It’s by Erin at Living in Yellow and you should totally go over there RIGHT NOW and read some of her stuff. She’s such a good writer, and some of her posts are so stinkin’ hilarious. Love. It. And her blog design is adorable. By the way.
I go back to college tomorrow! Christmas break went by so fast, and I can’t believe it’s over.Here are some highlights from my Christmas break…. My roommate and one of our friends stayed at my house for the first weekend of break. It was very fun! We watched Disney movies, Christmas movies, knitted and crocheted. We also drove around and saw Christmas lights. During break, I was able to hang out with one of my friends from high school. She more »
I’m not very artistic, but a few years ago when I saw a picture of a melted crayon art, I knew I had to give this creative, colorful, project a try. Melted crayon art is an easy project anyone can do. Today, I will be walking you through the steps of this project, so you can create your very own melted crayon art. Crayons (I recommend Crayola) Canvas (size according to your preference) Hot Glue and Hot Glue Gun Pencil more »