Sunday, March 31, 2013

Happy Easter

I just wanted to wish all of my readers a very Happy Easter!  God bless you all!

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Saturday, March 30, 2013


...and by insanity, I do mean Insanity...the fitness program.

Scott and I were lucky enough to score the DVDs and all the "Insanity" on eBay.  It arrived in the mail on Thursday, and we have now embarked on this insane journey.

I will be keeping you up-to-date here. 

We started out by taking the fitness test.  It's the first step to beginning the program.  I can tell you that our results are that we're out of shape.

Like whoa.

The fitness test takes a half-hour.  (And it's AWFUL.)  There are brief rest periods in which the next test is demonstrated.  There are 8 exercises, and you are given one minute to do as many of each as you can.  After two weeks, you take the fitness test again to see if you improve.  So here are my beginning results:

Standing Kicks: 35
Power Jacks: 36
Power Knees: 54
Power Squat: 22
Globe Jumps: 2
Suicide Jumps: 4
Push-Up Jacks: 5
Planking Abs*: 8

*Can't remember what this one is actually called.  You get into a plank position, and bring each leg up.  You have to do both legs to count as 1 set.

I'll explain a few more of the exercises.  Power Jacks are a jumping jack into a squat.  Power Knees kinda made me mad.  You bend the right leg slightly, and then bring your left knee up & hit your hand.  I would have liked to have done these the other direction, too, but we didn't get to.  (Clearly, I was the best at these. lol)  The globe jumps involve you looking a bit like a frog.  You have to squat with your hands touching the floor.  Then you hop up and forward, up and over, up and back, up and over (back to where you started).  It takes 4 to count as one set.  So, I actually did 8 jumps.  :-p  Suicide Jumps are aptly named because I thought I would break my face.  You get on the floor, jump back into push-up position.  Jump back forward, and then jump up totally and reach for the sky.  Then repeat.  For push-up jacks, you get into push-up postion (I can't even do real push-ups anyway).  On the way down, you jump a little and spread your legs.  On the way up, you jump them back to the original position. 

As I said, awful.  And I didn't even describe these well.

There's also a meal plan involved.  Meal plans always scare me because I have this problem where I don't like food that's good for me.  haha

BUT when I looked through it, I was pleased to see that there are a lot of options that involve foods that I do actually like in healthier forms.  That made a HUGE difference.  You are supposed to calculate how many calories you need for your height, weight, and things like that.  Then you eat smaller portions 5 times a day: Breakfast, mid-morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, and dinner.

Having both of us take this journey together is going to be a HUGE benefit.  This way, we're both on the same page in terms of food, and even if we can't work out together (our schedules often don't mesh), we can encourage one another and check in to see if we've each done our workouts.  You are supposed to work out 6 days a week.  Until summer comes, I will skip Insanity on my Zumba days after work.  I LOVE the dancing aspect of Zumba, and I don't want to miss doing something I love when I know that this is going to kick my butt.  :)

I reluctantly leave you with my before shots:

P.S. I was sucking it in a little....

Also, the winner of my giveaway with The Young Retiree will be announced soon!  Stay tuned!

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Friday, March 29, 2013

Friday Fashion

I thought that I'd share my outfits from this short work week.


I successfully didn't wear real pants this week.  I managed leggings and jeans. 


Now, before I share, please excuse the terrible quality of these photos.  Problem #1: I should probably clean my mirror.  We took it down when we started remodeling our bathroom.  That's the spot it has been in since.  Problem #2: It actually is difficult to take a decent picture of one's self in the mirror. 

Outfit 1:
Sweater & Leggings: Old Navy // Long-sleeved T-shirt: Kaufman's (before it was Macy's)
SO I actually tried to wear this outfit on Monday.  Since just about every other school in the area closed but mine, I made an attempt to drive up the mountain to work.  My car didn't think it was a good idea, and refused to go up the snowy, slippery mountain.  I came home, changed out of this, and gave it another go on Tuesday.
Outfit 2:
3/4 Sleeved Henley T & Leggings: Old Navy // Boots: Payless // Scarf: Christmas gift from a student 2011
This was Wednesday.  And yes, I took this picture in the mirror in the girls' bathroom at school.  It looked WAY better than the one I tried to take in the mirror here at home.  Don't worry.  Wednesday is our Zumba day after work.  All students were gone.  :)  (P.S. There is a gray cami under that shirt from American Eagle Outfitters)
Outfit 3:
Plaid Button-Down: Old Navy // Lace Camisole: Maurices // Skinny Jeans (Sweetheart style) Old Navy
 This one was Thursday.  We got to wear jeans because it was the last day of the week since we have off today.  Excuse my hair.  I hadn't done it yet.  I just wanted to get the picture before Scott came home from work and made fun of me for taking pictures of myself in the mirror.  lol :)

So there also may have been a pattern here.  Can you tell which store I shop in the most? 

I'll be honest.  Old Navy has stuff that I like.  I know what fits there (most of the time), and even though we have a store locally, I often find myself shopping online, too, because I don't always have to try things on there.  I also find it helpful that if I get something and I don't like it or it doesn't fit, I can return it to the store with no hassle.  Incredibly convenient. 

(In fact, I just might have two dresses and two cardigans on their way here now...)

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

It's Ok Thursdays 3/28

Thursdays seem to come around so quickly these days....

This week, I've decided to do an Easter-themed It's Ok Thursday.

It's ok...that we dismiss an hour early today.  (We always to this on the last day of school before a holiday break.)

It's ok...that the best Easter present I will have this year is the absence of someone who has been making my life miserable.

It's be excited to dye eggs with my students today!

It's ok...that Scott and I may actually have the entire 3-day weekend off together.  (Unless he gets called in to work overtime.  Which will probably happen because we actually have the whole 3-day weekend off together.  lol)

It's kinda wish that I had to wake up on Sunday morning and search for my Easter basket.

It's ok...that my mom and dad do still get me some candy.  (Mmmm...Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs....)

It's miss going to Youth Convention in Hershey with the youth group.  Furthermore, I'm pretty sure that it's also ok to miss being a teen/early 20-something sometimes, too.

It's ok...that because of Easter "break" (aka a 3-day weekend thanks to snow) today is "Friday" and I am wearing jeans.

What's ok with you this week??

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

My Harry Potter Fix: Week 24

As always, please follow all of the hosts: Kim, Tarole, & me!  Remember, this is a Harry Potter link-up.  You should be sure to link up your post about Harry Potter, not just your blog URL.  Thanks! :)

Remember, that we gladly welcome your questions for future weeks of the link-up.  You can also choose to be a guest co-host.  Fill out this form if you have suggestions!

Here are this week's questions:

1. Which character would you like to have read more about?
This one is an easy one for me.  I would have LOVED to have read more about Professor McGonagall.  She is such a great character.  I was so excited to have had exclusive information from J.K. Rowling about her on Pottermore.  I really do love her character and Maggie Smith portrays her so well in the movies!  :)

2. Is there a character you think was unnecessary in the series?
I came up with this question.  So you think that I would have an easy answer for this.  I actually had to think about this a bit.  I am going to preface my answer by saying that I do feel that authors usually have a purpose for EVERY character in a book--whether the reader gets it or not.  With that being said, Cho Chang kinda drives me nuts.  Was she really necessary?  I mean, sure, it's good that Harry has a first crush, but she is with Cedric, wishy washy with Harry, jealous about Hermione.  AND it's her friend that squeals on the DA.  So.....see my point?

I think we could have done without her.

So as a bonus here, Scott & I were playing this trivia game we have called "Bezzerwizzer".  I had a literature question, and as soon as he saw it, he was like, "Really?"  The question was "Who was Harry Potter's archenemy?"  That one, followed immediately by, "What is the last word in the Pledge of Allegiance?" won me the game.

Next Week's My Harry Potter Fix: Pottermore!  Share your thoughts on the site, your username, favorites, etc. etc. etc.  It's all up to you!

Looking forward to seeing your answers this week.  :)

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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Dinner Time Tuesday 3/26: BBQ Chicken

It's Tuesday! That means it's time for Dinner Time Tuesday, hosted by yours truly. Don't forget the link-up rules:

1. Grab the Dinner Time Tuesday button (over there-------------------------------------------->)
2. Follow your host, and link back to my post.
3. Snap a picture of what you had for dinner.
4. Write a post on your blog- however long or short you would like. Feel free to just snap a picture and tell us what you had or share your recipe!
5. Submit your link.
Today's dinner was Barbeque Chicken Legs with corn and mashed potatoes.
Here's how I made the chicken:
1. Preheat the oven to 400*. 
2. Place chicken in a 9 x 13" baking dish. 
3. Drizzle with olive oil, and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
4. Bake at 400* for 30 minutes.
5. Turn heat down to 375*.
6. Take chicken out and brush both sides with the BBQ Sauce of your choice.
7.  Cook for 15 minutes.
8.  Take chicken out again, and brush both sides with BBQ Sauce.
9.  Put back in the oven for another 10 minutes.
Anything good in your kitchen today? :)

By the way, have you entered my GIVEAWAY with The Young Retiree yet??
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Monday, March 25, 2013

Book Review: The Little Book

This book was so good. I thought since I was totally lazy this weekend, I would share this review from my WordPress blog. It was the first book I read this year, and one of only two books that I've read so far in 2013. Im planning a review of the other very soon. :)
I got a big stack of new books for Christmas.  Since I asked for mostly books and clothes, I would say that Santa granted my wishes!  Choosing which book to start with came down to just grabbing the book on the top of the pile.


The Little Book by Selden Edwards is a book my friend Brooke shared on her blog, and since she stated that if you like The Time Traveler's Wife, you would like this book, I was sold.
Here's the synopsis from the back cover of the book:
"When Wheeler Burden--banking heir, rock idol, baseball hero, bestselling author--suddenly finds himself dislocated in time from 1988 San Francisco to Vienna in the year 1897, he's arrived at a pivotal moment in history, philosophy, art, and culture.  It is a time when the coming twentieth century looms before the world with great promise and peril, and when Vienna is enjoying its magnificent swan song as the epicenter of modern thought and the seat of European intellectual and political life. 
But what's most important to Wheeler from the earliest moments of his arrival are finding an appropriate set of clothes and discovering the identity of the luminous young woman he encounters early in his stay.  These simple actions set in motion a series of events that will ultimately reveal the incredible truth at the heart of Wheeler's adventure and will illuminate the eccentric Burden family's unrivaled impact on the very course of human history."
First of all, I love the subject of time travel.  The Back to the Future movies are among my favorites, and the book The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger was riveting to me.  (P.S.  Though good, the movie version of The Time Traveler's Wife isn't even CLOSE to as good as the book.)  The thing I love most about the subject is the confusing, yet intriguing, ways that the time traveler impacts the future.
I will be honest.  I wasn't sure I would like the book at first.  When I started reading, I felt that the beginning chapters were...I'm not sure.  Maybe just not what I was expecting.  The story begins with Wheeler's arrival in Vienna.  That threw me off and confused me a bit for some reason.  I suppose I was expecting to learn a little about who he was before being transported back in time.  HOWEVER, I pressed on, and soon I was enthralled as the story began the back-and-forth of Wheeler's situation in Vienna and explaining more about his story from childhood to adulthood.  I loved how many chapters left clues that hinted to things occuring while he is in Vienna.  The story allows you to make predictions, and as the story unfolds, light bulbs start going off in your head.  You get many "Aha!" moments as something you were predicting actually happens.
If you're looking for a book to add to your reading list, I HIGHLY recommend this book.  The good news is that there is a sequel to this book titled The Lost Prince.  I think I'm going to need to find that one soon!

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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Super Saturday!

It's time for another edition of Super Saturday!  This week is super because I am hosting my very first giveaway!

My sponsor, Elizabeth from The Young Retiree, and I have teamed up to give you approximately $60 worth of free merchandise!

So here's the story.  I am an Influenster, and I was given the opporunity to unlock a badge to win prizes by watching and participating in tasks for ABC's The Taste.  One night, while live-tweeting during the show, I won a $20 gift card for Whole Foods.  I was so excited to win, but the problem is that the nearest Whole Foods store is over 2 hours away.  I love food, but I'm not driving 2 hours to a grocery store. 

I thought immediately of doing a giveaway!  We can't let this free money go to waste!  Please keep in mind that the gift card can only be used in store.  So you may want to plan accordingly.  If you are willing to make a hike to a grocery store, then by all means, enter!! :)

SUPER!  Right?

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Friday, March 22, 2013

Think Spring....and S'mores!

Unless you live on a tropical island or somewhere south (I'm looking at you Tarole & Ashley), you're probably tired of winter. 

Cue Elizabeth, aka The Young Retiree. 

She's also living in a warm place, of which I am jealous.  ANYWAY, if you haven't noticed, she's over on my left side bar because she's one of my Ice Cream Sundae sponsors.  (Want to join her?  Use code THINKSPRING for 20% off any size ad in my shop!)  Today, she's here to share a yummy spring/summer idea with you. 
Hi there, y'all! My name is Elizabeth and I blog over on The Young Retiree! Retired life was great- it was a fancy way of saying "housewife" when I first got married, quit my job, and moved to California with my husband. But then, I got a little bored! There were only so many bon bons one could eat, and daytime tv shows to be seen (I kid... I had a productive at home life!) So I started a new venture recently into the world of CHOCOLATE (ok, so maybe there were bon bons involved)!
WHAT? Yes, y'all: I became a Lindt Chocolate R.S.V.P. Advisor!
I have the amazing opportunity to share exquisite chocolate with friends, family, and folks all over the United States! Today, I am thrilled that Becky offered me the opportunity to share something a little indulgent, a little silly, and a whole lot of delicious with all of you! S'MORES!

A few weeks ago my husband and I decided it would be fun to go camping... in our backyard! We would roast hot dogs and marshmallows over an open fire! We would set up our tent! We would have one awesome weekend! We certainly did! So come dessert time, I broke up some white chocolate, milk chocolate, and dark chocolate Lindt bars, pulled some marshmallows out of the bag, and got my graham crackers ready to go!

Adults deserve adult desserts! These weren't the s'mores I grew up knowing, these were DECADENT! These were rich and mouthwatering! I had never tried white chocolate on s'more before, but boy what a combination! The bars didn't melt and get all over like the chocolate in the s'mores from my youth either!
Lindt Chocolate R.S.V.P. Image
If you are interested in hosting an adult s'mores party you can head to my Lindt R.S.V.P. shop and check out our bar collections! One of the most exciting things I get to do in my new job is throw parties where people get to sample our items before they buy them! If you are interested in hosting a tasting party- you don't even have to be local! I can come to you live via SKYPE and be there to help your guests have an awesome time trying our chocolates!

When was the last time you had a s'more? Don't you think it's time for some more (pun intended, haha)?
Thank you, Elizabeth for this yummy, more "grown up" take on the S'more(s?)!  If you haven't visited The Young Retiree, I highly recommend that you go check her out!  She's funny and brave (she posts the occasional vlog!), and I've enjoyed getting to know her over the past month.  She's on my sidebar until May, so stop by and say hello! :)
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Thursday, March 21, 2013

It's Ok Thursdays 3/21

This week, it's ok...

...that there was snow on the first day of spring.  Am I done with winter?  YES!  But I just tried to remind myself that it will not automatically be warm and beautiful on the first day.  It WILL happen eventually.  I hope.

...that when I copy and past things into my blog that it doesn't use my blog's font.  And then I can't get anything after it to be in my font.  I'm pretty computer savvy, but stuff like that makes me feel computer illiterate.  (You all don't mind my changing fonts, do you??)

...that Wednesday night was pretending to be Thursday night.  Again.  I don't know why, but for the past two weeks, I keep thinking it's Thursday night on Wednesday night.  Knowing the next day isn't Friday can be a bit of a let down.  But that means tonight, Scott and I are going to go look into some new furniture! watch NCIS reruns over and over...and over and over...It's one of our crime dramas that I don't mind watching a million times.  It probably has something to do with this:

If you live in a box, this is Michael Weatherly.  He plays Tony DiNozzo on NCIS.  (CBS Tuesdays 8/7 c., USA...almost all the time....)'s ok to leave you with one more parting image.

You're welcome. 

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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

My Harry Potter Fix: Week 23

Here we are, My Harry Potter Fix: Week 23!  This week, we have our first guest co-host.  My friend, Kristin is here!  She blogs over at K. @ Life's an Adventure!  Please be sure to go over and follow her on GFC, AND you can also check her out on Pinterest

As always, please follow your other hosts and co-host.  Erinn will no longer be co-hosting with us.  (We'll miss you!)  But Kim, Tarole, & I are still here!  Be sure to link up your Harry Potter post!
Now on to Harry Potter.  Kristin submitted these questions, thereby landing herself a co-hosting spot today.  If you have any question or post ideas, please submit them here.  You don't HAVE to guest co-host, but you are certainly welcome!
1. Assuming you were sorted in Harry's year, which character do you think would be your best friend? Why?
This will probably be a popular answer and not surprising on my part, but I think that I would be best friends with Hermione.  First of all I LOVE her character, but I was quite a bit like her in terms of school.  I was a very good student, and anything less than an A was unacceptable and upsetting to me.  I was also a rule follower to a certain degree.  I'm definitely not as brave as she is, but I would totally want her to be my bestie. 
2. Which season at Hogwarts would be your favorite?
I think I would be a fan of fall at Hogwarts just as I am here in the Muggle world.  lol  Fall really is beautiful, and in a place as spectacular as Hogwarts, I'm sure fall would be even more beautiful there!  Plus, I always do enjoy the beginning of a new school year!  (*teacher/nerd*)
3. What class do you think you'd excel in most?
Hmm...good question, Kristin!  I probably would have done well in History of Magic.  Despite the boring class (Thanks, Professor Binns), I love history and, like Hermione, would probably have studied a lot on my own.  I would also like to think that I would be good at Charms & Transfiguration.  :)
4. Would you be involved in any extra-curricular activities at Hogwarts?
Well, as much as I would love to say that I'd like to play Quidditch, since I've never played a competitive sport in my life, that's out.  BUT the Prisoner of Azkaban movie does show Professor Flitwick directing a choir.  That would be RIGHT up my alley!  :)

That's all for this week's questions! 

Next week's questions:
1. Which character would you have liked to have read more about?
2. Is there a character you think was unnecessary in the series?

Make sure you like up below! :)
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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Dinner Time Tuesday 3/19

Today, I had breakfast for dinner!

Plate: Simply Summer Stoneware Pattern from Celebrating Home (Set of 4 $39.00)

You may find this strange, but I would not actually eat this meal FOR breakfast.  I really do like scrambled eggs and toast, but I don't do well with this kind of breakfast food.  I don't know why.  I never could.  I love pancakes, but if it's before 11 AM, I can't eat them for "breakfast."  I'm weird.

Anyway, we've been lacking good meal-making food as you may have read in my Menu Planning Monday post yesterday.  So this is what struck me as good for dinner.

And yes, that is ketchup on my eggs.  I won't eat them without it.  (I did already mention that I'm weird, right?)  :)

What was on your dinner table tonight?

Make sure you link up below!  Just a picture in your blog post is all we need! :)

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Monday, March 18, 2013

Menu Planning Monday


So I have this problem.

I have NO idea what to make for dinner any more.  I say we have no food.  Scott opens the freezer and says, "We have...." and proceeds to list all of the things that I can clearly see in there.  He then adds, "And that's JUST the freezer." 

Yes, Scott, we have food.

We don't have things to turn into MEALS.

I am a big believer that a good meal has a main dish and a side.  I also know that I need to eat more vegetables and other healthier choices.  While I can't guaruntee the healthy part, I can at least start trying to plan meals.  Then instead of coming home and eating something unsatisfying, a plan will be in place.

Cue Elizabeth from The Young Retiree and Jane from Adventures to Taingamala. They have come up with Menu Planning Mondays.  While I can't promise to link-up every week.  I thought that this week would get me off to a start.


Today, I have a Decor Divas team meeting at my sponsoring designer's house for Celebrating Home. So Scott is on his own.  (He has to work night shift anyway).  I'm not sure what the main course for dinner will be because everyone always brings something to share.  I'm taking my Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip. 

(UPDATE: Both school and my meeting were cancelled today because winter will just not go away here in PA. I'm definitely having my dip for dessert. I'm going to try to stick to the plan for the rest of the week and come up with something to eat today...wish me luck!)

Dinner Time Tuesday!  You should come link up.  (Confession.  My post this week will be about something I had for dinner last week.  This is necessary to be able to go live Tuesday evening.) What I'll actually be having? Chili with corn bread
Fish sticks with Velveeta shells & cheese and steamed broccoli
Beef pot roast with potatoes, onions, celery, and carrots.  There may be a side of French or Italian bread involved here.  (Update: When I went grocery shopping, I couldn't find the bread I wanted.  I actually chose a half-loaf of sour dough bread.  It will be delicious!)
Cheese Ravioli with cheesy garlic bread and a side salad
Leftovers.  (It is likely that there will be chili and roast left over.)
Finally, we will finish the week by having Steak Sandwiches with mushrooms, peppers, and onions and a side of chips.
I promise to do my best to stick with this plan!  :)  What are you having this week?
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Sunday, March 17, 2013

I'm a Maven!

The other day, Ashley from Being Ashley tweeted about Julep.  I was intrigued because I've heard her talk about them before.  When she said that I could get my first box of full-size products for FREE, I was all in! is a beauty product company.  By becoming a Maven, you receive a monthly Maven box of beauty products with free shipping.  You also get special pricing in their shop.  You become a Maven by taking a style quiz.  You answer the questions, and they use your answers to select products just for you!  Then they mail you your first box for just pay shipping!  After that, you can get a box each month for $19.99 (free shipping).  You can opt out if money is tight or you don't like the products for the month, and you won't be charged.

I was so excited when my box arrived (and it came super quickly)!

My Style Profile is currently Bombshell.  If you decide you don't like your profile, you can change it.
So what did I get?
Clockwise from Left: Warming Foot Scrub, Hand Scrub, nail polish
The other night, I decided that I really needed to pamper myself a bit.  I started with the warming foot scrub.

Oh my gosh, this was so nice.  It smells great, but it's not over powering.  My poor, dry, achy feet really appreciated this scrub.  It warms on contact, and gently exfoliates your skin.  It was a wonderful 5 minutes of my life!

Julep also promises a special little surprise tucked in each box.  Mine was this sample size of the hand scrub.

This smelled AMAZING.  My hands have been dry lately (stupid winter).  It felt so good to scrub my hands.  They felt so much softer after I used this scrub.  It's crazy how putting lotion on my hands felt 10x better after this scrub!

I haven't tried the nail polish yet.  I had colors that I had purchased over Christmas break, and I decided to pamper myself with those first.  (I do love doing one color with an accent nail!)  I'll be sure to let you know when I try them!

Do you want to get in on the fun?  You don't have to write reviews or anything.  I just decided that when I do get boxes, it would be fun to share the awesomeness!

If you'd like to be a Maven go to use code 10486245.  Remember, the first box is free!

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Saturday, March 16, 2013


While I don't understand all of this Google Reader stuff (I just use my blogger dashboard to the blogs I follow), I figure that I'd better create a Bloglovin' account.  Feel free to follow me there if you need to! :)

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Here Comes Peter Cotton Tail...

Easter is quickly approaching.  In the spirit of the holiday, I thought I'd share a post from last Easter that was on my Word Press blog. 

These treats would be great for teachers to share with their students, or for any of the kiddos in your family (like I did).  :)
I found this idea on Pinterest, and it was just too cute to pass up. It'smy variation, of course!

My family has some great kids: my cousin, Dawson, and my cousins' kids and stepkids, AJ, Zoe, Vivien, Ryan, and Bridget. I love getting gifts for them, and while don't go crazy at Easter, I like to do something. So I'm hoping this quick and easy treat brings a smile to their faces because it sure makes me smile!

Peeps S'Mores Treat Bags

Here are the "ingredients" you need: (I had enough so that each kiddo can make 2 s'mores.)
  • Graham Crackers
  • Hershey's snack size candy bars
  • Ziploc sandwich bags (or brand with a seal)
  • Easter napkins
  • Peeps

I used Microsoft Word to create a card that gives directions for making Peeps S'Mores.

I used Comic Sans MS font, and I made two with pink font (for the girls) and three with blue (for the boys). I found the picture on Google images by searching for Peeps bunny, and then I cropped the picture.

To assemble the bags:
  1. Place the Easter-themed napkin in the sandwich bag and fold the top so it will be under the seal.
  2. Break 2 graham crackers in half and place in the center of the bag.
  3. Put two snack-size Hershey bars on one side.
  4. Place 2 Peeps on the other side.
  5. Tape the instruction "card" to the napkin.
  6. Seal the bag.

Happy Easter!

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