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For the Crazy Dog Person in your life, I present some useful and (mostly) different gift ideas for the holidays. Trust me, we all have ALL the mugs featuring generic (and often conformationally incorrect) breed representatives we need. Spend a lot of time outdoors walking the dogs? MapMyRun now has... Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2012 at advanced recipes for disaster
Join us today on "Mom's Life Skills for Boys" as we tackle the complex topic "Laundry Hampers: Identification and Use." We'll also discuss "How To Keep the Puppy From Chewing Your Shoes (Here's a Hint: It Involves Your Closet.") Tomorrow, don't miss "What Do You Mean, the Dishwasher Doesn't Clean... Continue reading
Posted Aug 9, 2012 at advanced recipes for disaster
Click below to download a PDF of my recipe, now with THREE sauce options! It involves lots of melted cheese and isn't spicy (no jalapenos unless you want to add them) and receives rave reviews whenever served. Download Enchiladabake Continue reading
Posted Oct 14, 2011 at advanced recipes for disaster
Thanks everyone for coming to our tie-dye party! We hope you had fun and would love to see pictures of your finished items. Here's the followup care instructions, which I couldn't possibly fit into the character-limited Evite message. Leave the clothes in the bag for 24 hours. (Don't leave them... Continue reading
Posted Aug 20, 2011 at advanced recipes for disaster
This isn't a pond, it's just water sitting in the tracks from the mini-excavator. This frog, and a friend, have been chilling out here all day. I don't think that bodes well for the backyard ever drying out. Our landscape guy came by today, to take a look at the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2011 at advanced recipes for disaster
One of the interesting features of our backyard is the giant slope from the deck stairs (which are from the main level of the house) to the body of the yard. It's been steadily washing away, to the point that the concrete slab holding up the deck stairs is no... Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2011 at advanced recipes for disaster
You've got to be wondering why it can take four weeks to post photos from an event. Let me explain. One option is to post all the photos that aren't complete dreck, directly as they came out of the camera. Then, when a client is ready to order, you adjust... Continue reading
Posted Oct 13, 2010 at In High Drive
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Aug 22, 2010