Nestled on a country road in Arlington, Indiana, it is Christmas year-round for the Norris family, and their family business: the Clearview Family Christmas Tree Farm. John and Lora Norris have surrendered the land outside of their
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Wedding trends come and go through the years. Everything from dark green and burgundy color scheme, to bridesmaid dresses with large, puffy sleeves, and even some kind of floral/tulle combo headband thingy. Seriously, who thought that was ok??
When it comes to dairy products, I have a problem. I have an addiction to this thing called cheese. I recently read an article where cheese contains something that makes it addictive. Glad I am not the only
Does anyone subscribe to the makeup subscription service, ipsy? If you’re interested in learning more about makeup, but don’t really want to fork over all the cash, this is perfect for you! As some may know, I
If you would have asked me how much I relied on my smartphone, I would have told you a lot but that I could do without it. Sometimes it is nice to turn the phone off for
When you live in your first house that you have made your own, you can’t wait to have people over. While I have lived on my own prior to living with Tyson, it is a completely different
To say that Tyson and I are a family of procrastinators is an understatement. We have lived in our quaint little house off of Boggstown Road for a year now and are still not 100% moved in.
As you can tell from previous blogs, cooking is my thing. I love to cook and bake, and I have recently added some pride and joys to my kitchen. The Pioneer Woman collection (found at Walmart) is my
Samoas as Caramel deLites, Tagalongs as Peanut Butter Patties, and Savannah Smiles as Lemonades? Do they not know that Girl Scout cookies are not a thing to mess with? Apparently, depending on where you live, the Girl
Everyone busted out the BBQ weenies, pizza, wings, and chips last night as the nation celebrated Super Bowl 50. From the commercials where the state of mind of the producers was questioned (how can you think of