I am sooo glad to see your blog with a picture on it!!! I am sure your feeling better about having a "real" post (every post is real, but you know what I mean).BTW I got my swap package and posted it on my blog and my partner posted hers on her blog. Just thought I would let you know.((HUGGS)) cause I know moving isn't the funnest thing in the world.
You're so creative to use your cake mix this way! Neat idea. I've been having fun with bananas over here, too; found some on sale for 39 cents a pound the other day and could not pass them up. Fun, fun, fun!
I have been making my own soap for almost a year now...and I love it! The clothes are so fresh and clean smelling!!I use a food processor to grate the soap and then use the chopping blade with the soap, the borax and the washing soda...this makes a fine granulare powder. It dissolves so much better in my front loader.Glad to see someone else is making this too!
This looks so yummy, as do your other blog pics of the roasted marshmellows. My kids would be in heaven (as would be my tummy!!).
I'm going to have to try the banana bread recipe. :)How do you make your own laundry soap? Can you send me a recipe or something? :) Thanks! Have a great day! *HUGS*
Wonderful! I should make some laundry soap, maybe someday:) Good luck on your packing and moving (yuck), may it go sssssmmmmmoooooooottttthhhhh, and you really enjoy your new home:)
Great minds think alike - check out my post for today too!!Only your recipe sounds much easier - I'm going to have to give it a try!Enjoy your weekend!Leann
Thank you sharing with us your delicious food recipe...___________________SusanaGetting a Payday advance is just a few steps away
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