Doc McStuffins School of Medicine on DVD 9/9

Doc McStuffins School of Medicine Review

Welcome! If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed or sign up to get daily email updates. Thanks for visiting!Doc McStuffins School of Medicine Review      The Doc is in and school is in session! Doc McStuffins: School of Medicine releases on DVD on September 9th with an exclusive Doc McStuffins Dress Up… Read More »

Blueberry Popsicle Day

Blueberry Popsicle Day

Blueberry Popsicle Day Blueberry Popsicle Day is celebrated each year on September 2nd.  There isn’t anything more refreshing than a cold Popsicle on a hot day.  But the popsicle came into existence by accident one day when a boy named  Frank Epperson left some juice out overnight.  The Popsicle was called the “Epsicle” in 1905… Read More »

Holiday Wreath Giveaway

Holiday Wreath Giveaway

Holiday Wreath Giveaway Before we know it the holidays will be upon us and holiday decorating will be in full swing.  I know that the SMSL with Heidi household is no where near ready for holiday festivities, but we will be by the time the holidays get here.  These wreaths are adorable and I would… Read More »

Cherry Popover Day

Cherry Popover Day

Cherry Popover Day   Cherry Popover Day! Is celebrated each year on September 1st right along with Labor Day.  This holiday is unique in and of itself, but a cherry popover that isn’t popular here in Missouri.  A popover is a muffin type of a pastry that is made from egg batter.  When it bakes it… Read More »

Free Card

Free Card–Last day

Free Card *This post contains affiliate links, by clicking these links I make a small commission.  Thanks for supporting my site!  Treat by Shutterfly: Get One Free Greeting Card!! Until 9/2 you can pick a free card of your choice! This is one of the ways I save the most money each year! Promo Code: 1NEWTREAT… Read More »

Bacon Day

Bacon Day

Bacon Day Bacon Day is celebrated right along with Trail Mix Day, and Eat Outside Day! But on August 31st this year we are going to be celebrating Bacon Day at my house!  Some of the things you could do to celebrate this food holiday include the following: Eat Bacon!!  Eat Bacon!!  Eat Bacon!! All kidding… Read More »

Easy Ways to Turn Your Front Yard into a Spooky Graveyard

Easy Ways to Turn Your Front Yard into a Spooky Graveyard

Easy Ways to Turn Your Front Yard into a Spooky Graveyard Halloween will soon be here. If you’re used to decorating your door for those trick or treating, you may be interested in easy ways to turn your front yard into a spooky graveyard this year. Instead of minimal decorations, why not go all out?… Read More »

Toasted Marshmallow Day

Toasted Marshmallow Day

Toasted Marshmallow Day Toasted Marshmallow Day is celebrated across the United States on August 30th each year! Today we are celebrating this delicious holiday by eating some s’mores roasted on an open fire.  But if you can’t build a fire where you are at, be sure to whip up some of these delicious S’mores recipes… Read More »

$100 iTunes Gift Card Giveaway

$100 iTunes Gift Card Giveaway

$100 iTunes Gift Card Giveaway We all love our iTunes at our house, but I don’t like to pay for them out of pocket or pay full price for them! However, you can enter for your chance to win this $100 Gift Card and get yours for FREE!!   Zac & Zoey is a sensible… Read More »

FashionTruth Casting Call

FashionTruth Casting Call

FashionTruth Casting Call **This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.  Fashion mavens, rejoice! ModCloth is inviting you to come showcase your unique style at their #FASHIONTRUTH Casting Call for ALL event in New York City on September 3rd. All you have to do is… Read More »

Chop Suey Day

Chop Suey Day

Chop Suey Day Chop Suey Day is a double holiday because it is celebrated along with more herbs, less salt day each year on August 29th!  I know that at my house we could all use a little less salt in our diets, but it sure makes food taste great! Chop Suey is said to have… Read More »