Articles by teresak

Mom’s Recipe Box

Mom’s Recipe Box Up in my kitchen cabinet, in the very back corner at the top is a little plastic box filled with 3 x 5 index cards. Each card has a [...]

Meet Miss Kentucky, Molly Matney: Hometown Girl

Meet Miss Kentucky, Molly Matney Those of us who have watched Molly grow up and who know her parents and grandparents, couldn’t be more thrilled to say we know Miss Kentucky! Molly [...]

Team Players – VBS

Team Players Saturday was VBS at our church and it was so much fun. This year the theme was God’s Team and we talked a lot about teamwork and whose team (God) [...]

Simple Life or Simply My Life

Simple Life or Simply My Life I am no authority when it comes to living a simple life. In fact, there are many days when I ask myself how in the world [...]

Pixar Animation Studios “Lou” – Why I Love it!

Pixar Animation Studios “Lou” Bullying is not cool. It isn’t now and it wasn’t when I was young. I remember what it felt like and I bet you do too. That’s one [...]

Dance Photography

Dance photography is something I didn’t know anything about until I saw these pictures and started asking questions. I love to watch dancers. They fascinate me with their energy and grace. I [...]

Considering Going Solo In The Workforce? You Should! (Sponsored)

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post but all thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. This article sponsored by   If you’re like most Americans over 50, you plan to work after [...]

To Squash or Not To Squash the Squash-That is the Question

Squash When you cook it, do you fry it or mash it? I’m guessing it depends on how your Momma cooked it. Am I right? Varieties  The most common varieties  (according to [...]

Paradise Point Revisited

Paradise Point Revisited I liked the outside of Paradise Point so much that I went back to investigate the store and this time it was open. The inside of the store was [...]

Kentucky’s Paradise Point – A Fun Place to Visit

Kentucky’s Paradise Point is a fun place to visit….even when they are closed! Every once in awhile I see something while I’m driving that catches my eye and I have to stop [...]

Henry Winkler On Being a Grandparent – One of His Favorite Roles

Henry Winkler On Being a Grandparent This is a post from my friends at Grandparent’s Link   Henry Franklin Winkler is an American actor, director, comedian, producer, and author. Winkler is best known [...]

Paw Patrol Birthday Party

Paw Patrol Birthday Party The “in” thing with little boys right now is Paw Patrol. I don’t claim to understand it all, but I know my grandson loves it! His 3rd birthday [...]

When You Need A Lawyer

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and I was compensated. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. #ad When You Need A Lawyer A friend dropped by recently to visit and [...]

Friends Who Pick Blueberries With You

Friends Who Pick Blueberries My friend Susan is a food blogger and her husband is a musician. They visited last year and picked blueberries with me and this year when they came [...]

Hanes Father’s Day Giveaway

Disclaimer: I was sent some tee-shirts to review in exchange for this giveaway. The opinions expressed here are my own!  #happyinhanes Hanes Father’s Day Giveaway It’s almost time for Father’s Day and [...]

Picking Blueberries and Thinking About Life

Picking Blueberries Sometimes when I’m picking blueberries I turn the radio up and open up the car doors and rock out but sometimes I just enjoy the silence. It’s good thinking time. [...]

Kentucky Sunsets – A Feast For The Eyes

Kentucky Sunsets I don’t know where you live but I hope you appreciate each and every sunset you are blessed to see. They are so beautiful. Every night I look out my [...]

Celebrity Chef Elizabeth Falkner on Atopic Dermatitis

Celebrity Chef Elizabeth Falkner has Atopic Dermatitis (eczema) but she hasn’t let it keep her from following her dreams. She is one of the most recognizable chefs in the culinary world and [...]

Blueberry Season on the Farm

It’s finally blueberry season on our farm in Kentucky! We own a blueberry farm in southern Kentucky and the berries are getting ripe. Pretty soon I’ll be up to my eye balls [...]

Purpose, Value, and The Importance of Storytelling

Purpose, Value, and The Importance of Storytelling! Guest Post by Nancy Murdoch Purpose My grandson is growing up in a world where the arts have been removed from schools, handwriting isn’t taught [...]