Yesterday's weather had me practically jumping for joy.
The sun was shining, the birds were singing - and that weird flower in my front walkway that usually blooms in March showed up early. Plus, the longer sunlight in the evening is just such a relief. I know that winter is far from over, but it's so nice when the weather feels like spring.
One of the things I've learned since starting to cover the education beat is that there are tons of specialized terms in the field, and usually outsiders have trouble figuring out what they mean.
Here's the second installment of Erin's tutorials for her niece's "Olivia the Pig"-themed birthday party (find her tutorial for Olivia cupcakes here.) Man, what a
Here's a guest post from my baking coworker and guest blogger, Erin Lippitz, about the goodies she made for her niece's birthday party.
It's been a while since I reminded you all that, you know, I got married 13 months ago.
This weekend, I cracked open my pint of chalkboard paint that seems to have no end.
Today's blog is a guest post from Amanda Hartman, who works in The News-Gazette's marketing department. She recently got married, and finally gave in to my months of pleadings that she write about the brooch bouquet she made. Isn't it pretty?
Kathy Wallig of Urbana recently sent me a photo of this adorable throw pillow she made as a Christmas gift. She was kind enough to share her photo and instructions for how to make it.
She was inspired by a pillow she saw in Mary Engelbreit's "Home Companion."
My birthday is coming up in about a month, and Rob recently asked me what I wanted.