Saturday, June 29, 2013


July is coming ya'll! I can't even believe it! It also means my birthday is coming too!! Not like it used to be when I had pool parties at my house and my dad would barbeque and I'd have my besties's a little less of a production now days...although my dad is barbequing!

Linking up with Farley at Oh Boy 4th grade for July currently!


  1. You are sooo right about Clean as You Go! I do this when I cook and it is such a timesaver! And I admire you for wanting to create clip art! :)
    Crayons and Curls

  2. Hi! Well don't admire yet ha! I am so needing a clipart creating for dummies book...I see all this cute stuff out there and went and bought a tablet I thought would get me started and I have NO idea how to get started! I think I am in over my head haha!

  3. Hi there! It's great you want to make clip art. It's a great way to make money on TpT and TN! Good luck!

    Heather at TeachItToday

  4. We need to do some work on our deck, too :) It will probably be next summer. I look forward to seeing how you do with the Bamboo tablet. I've thought about getting one several times. Hope it goes well!

  5. At least you started your washer and dryer... I put stuff in and then forget to turn them on. :)

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  6. I am linking up with the July currently! Clean as you go is a great tip! I need to learn to follow that more often. Why is it that you can't do what you know is best? :-)

    FYI: I would like to follow you through Bloglovin. Do you have an account? They will be closing the Google Reader and you will lose your followers!

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    1. I am using the "old reader" everything I read said they were not closing that I wrong? Maybe I should do bloglovin too? I have no idea how to change over to that....advice?

  7. Clean as you go...yes! I think I am successfully teaching my 12 and 13 year olds that...makes life much easier.

    Teaching Little Miracles