**I received this product for free for evaluation**
When I was approached by Life & Food to see if I would be interested in testing their Omega-3 Supreme supplements I said, “Why not?” I was actually already taking a fish oil omega-3 supplement at the time and figured it couldn’t hurt.
For those interested, here is the break down:
Life & Food (1400mg/ 75% Omega-3s):
Other Omega-3s –70mg
What I liked about this product, besides not having any weird or problematic side effects, is that there are no GMOs, gluten or egg products . If you are simply looking for a fish oil supplement made from USA wild caught Alaskan Pollock, then this is your pill! Which brings me to my next pro, its a MADE IN USA product. Always great to see and support businesses from our own country.
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Since our last Murder Mystery, I’ve been looking for fun and unique things that would add some extra flair to the party. So when I saw these awesome ice molds, I knew I had to try them!
Pratisphere Ice Sphere Molds
What I like about them is that they last for hours. Literally, I tested one in my water one day and one ball lasted about 4 hours. So needless to say, each person at the party only needs one sphere. Or better yet, freeze something like juice or lemonade and place them in a punch bowl with punch to let the guests admire while not watering down their drink.
These balls of ice are about 2.5″ in diameter and take up about the same amount of room in your fridge as about 2 ice cube trays. Once you pop them out of their container, which is easy to do with a little bit of warm water, you can easily store them in your freezer for company. Or the occasional night cap 😉
Why, Yes. I do drink my amaretto out of a Disney glass.
I love these little ice spheres and will have them on hand a long time to come!
*I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review*
February 19th 2015 was Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival. ( It seems it’s come a little early this year.) It is the Year of the Sheep (or Ram or Goat). Those born in the years; 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015 were born the year of the Sheep. These people are quiet, peace-loving soles. They would rather go with the flow than face conflict. They are loners. They are artistic, creative, sincere, moody and could be over sensitive. Some famous people who were born the year of the Sheep are; Jane Austen, Michelangelo, Michael Owen, Rudolph Valentino, Barbara Walters, Bruce Willis, Orville Wright, Mark Twain, Mel Gibson, & Jamie Foxx.
So I guess now is the time for that New Year’s resolution we postponed last month.
January is a cold drab month after the excitement of the holidays. New Year’s Eve, the parties, the shopping, the merriment and the food, all the food. January is a month that most of us would like to just hibernate and relax. It’s not the best time to make ‘New Year’s resolutions’ and expect to stick with them. Maybe it’s the start of a new year but it’s not the start of your new year (unless you were born on Dec. 31st) Give yourself the month of January to settle in before making expectations for the year – changing directions in your life, whether it’s quitting something, starting something or changing something.
Maybe try preparing during January to start February 1st with that resolution. Have a plan and a goal and a time line.
Best of luck to all and HAPPY NEW YEAR. 2015 WILL BE GREAT!!
Let It Go Snowflake
Thanksgiving. The Holiday to be grateful for everything, especially the bounty of great food that Farmers around the world work very hard to provide. Whether they plant and grow and harvest food or milk the cows or tend to the animals, they work every day and very long hours. These men and women go under appreciated, over looked and rarely thanked. I just want to remember them on this day of gratitude. God Bless the Farmers.
Basket of Harvest
Bushel of Apples
Day of the Dead Skull
Day of the Dead, also known as All Saints’ Day, is a three-day Mexican holiday to honor and celebrate loved ones who have died. It is also celebrated in many parts of the world, which directs honor and reverence towards one’s ancestors. Day of the Dead art is symbolized with smiling skulls in kaleidoscope colors, psychedelic decorations and detailed designs. Beautifully adorned skulls are a tradition for the festive celebration and have become well recognized around the world.
These are a few that I have designed with polymer clay.
Day of the Dead Skull
Day of the Dead Skull
Chinese Dragon Pumpkin Carving
Halloween is nearly upon us. Jack O’ Lanterns have become an art form in themselves. From the sublime to the hideous, the intricate to the very simple, pumpkin carving has been taken to a new level. No longer is the triangle eyes and nose with a toothy smile the norm for the Jack sitting your porch.
Scary Pumpkin Carving