“Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Cedar Fair Entertainment Company in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand, and I have been compensated for my participation. All opinions are my own.” My oldest sister got married in 1967 (I was 7 and devasted) she moved to New
This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine. Disclosure Are you Groupon user like me? I have saved plenty using them. How about coupons? I was using coupons, paper, and digital way before using them was cool. Just yesterday my daughter purchased a Groupon for
Disclosure Your body needs cholesterol to live, but it makes its own. When you eat foods that are high in cholesterol on a regular basis, you cause an overload in your system. Over time, the excess can cause your arteries to become clogged and harden,
When we were at Disney World this year my granddaughter became very about adventurous about which foods she would try. We had coupon vouchers for our meals, each voucher entitled you to a full meal from drink to dessert.The kids loved that they could have
“This post was sponsored by Cleveland Clinic Children’s as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. All thoughts and opinions are my own.” There is nothing more frightening than finding out your child is ill with something more serious than a cold. You need
gsWe were hosted by Walt Disney World to share in a multigenerational #GrandAdventure. All opinions are my own. This was our first visit to Walt Disney World, and being able to share the grand adventure with our grandkids, made it even more magical. Watching their little faces
Kale is all the rage right now and for good reason. I have grown to love this hardy member of the cabbage family, because it’s good for you, it’s easy to grow and it can be frozen. Not sure if you’ll like kale? This Kale
Welcome to The Gathering Spot this is a linky party. I hope everyone had a fantastic week! As you can see there is not going to be a party this week or next week. I’m not sure if I will ever have the party again.
Disclosure Lately, I’ve been very fortunate, like I’m in sync with the universe. If you believe in such things like I do. 😉 Anyway I’ve been looking to purchase a new cutting board, so when I was invited to review this bamboo cutting board. I thought oh
It’s that time of year where we are getting home grown vegetables. I published this post a couple years ago. I think it’s worth a second time around. I brought home a variety of different vegetables from the farmer’s market a few days ago and I
Welcome to The Gathering Spot this is a linky party. Happy first day of summer! I hope you had a nice weekend. I have been on vacation. I have one more week left and I plan on enjoying myself. I will have some fun things
Have you ever stuffed pork chops? I have always stuffed mine with a simple bread stuffing. I made corn salsa for a gathering and thought I would use the leftover to make pork chops stuffed with corn salsa stuffing. My corn salsa was made a
Summer is a time for picnics. My grand kids love it when we pack a lunch, and go for a picnic in the park. I would love for you to be able to go on a picnic with your loved ones, so I’m co-hosting the
Welcome to The Gathering Spot this is a linky party. I hope you had a nice weekend. I first want to say how my thoughts and prayers are with all the shooting victims, their family and friends. It’s a sad time for our country and I
This recipe is so simple to make and full of fresh summer vegetables. Roasted corn salsa is extra sweet because the corn is roasted which makes the corn taste sweeter. You’ll need: 3 ears roasted corn on the cob or 2 1/2 cups corn (cut
Have you ever heard of Pigs in a Blanket? While growing up this dish topped my list of favorite foods. I love the combination of the flavors all wrapped and cooked together. My Mom called it Pigs in a Blanket. I know many of you
Welcome to The Gathering Spot this is a linky party. I hope you had a nice weekend. Mine was wonderful. This past week I shared a couple posts. How to Battle the Decorating Blues Pescado Veracruzano & Salmon Recipes Cooked in Ready. Chef. Go!™ Cooking
Disclosure Policy Decorating your home is an exciting adventure, but it is also a lot of work. The beautifully styled rooms you see in magazines may be inspiring, but what you do not see is all of the paint, sweat, and tears that were shed
I received Ready. Chef. Go! Cooking Bags for free to facilitate my review. All opinions are mine and mine alone. I have to admit I was a little skeptical when I started using the Ready. Chef. Go!™ Cooking bags! Seemed to good to be true.
Pretty soon I will have cherry tomatoes coming out of my ears. Not literally of course. 🙂 One plant produces so many of these delicious little juicy nuggets. I can’t wait to make this Cherry tomato, vinegar and basil salad. This is a super simple
This has to be the best round steak with mushrooms and gravy recipe I have ever made. The round steak was fork tender and full of flavor. When my oldest grand daughter Chrissy was old enough to walk, she used to go into the refrigerator and grab
Here we are again week 6 of Katherine’s Corner’s series “Between the Lines” series. Stop by and check out all these fabulous over 50 bloggers you should be following.
Welcome to The Gathering Spot this is a linky party. I hope you had a nice weekend. Mine was fantastic! I was given some exciting news last week. I can’t share it for another week, so stay tuned. This week’s featured Post is from
I love exploring our local park systems. I grew up in Dayton, Ohio and went to a few of the Five Rivers Metro Parks. As soon as my grandchildren were old enough we’ve started exploring the local parks. Sometimes the kids go with me and
Welcome to week 5 of Katherine’s series “Between the Lines”. Come and meet 8 more fabulous bloggers over the age of 50. You can read the precious weeks posts here and here.
Welcome to The Gathering Spot this is a linky party. I hope you had a nice weekend. I spent mine recuperating from a spring cold. I think my body figures that’s the only way to get me to slow down, lol. I am feeling much