Monday – Bell Ringer

Welcome ! On Monday’s I will be bring you tips,links and Life of an online student. Today as we get ready to attend a Face-to Face Orientation for our On-line school I thought I would share a little with you about our school- Louisiana Virtual Charter Academy ( LAVCA) -starts school Aug 9th, What is an On Line School? LAVCA […]

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Sunday Planner

I am not a big planner. Everyone that know me know that. But I find that I need to be come a better one with what all is going on this year. You will see this August some new Post-   Monday’s – Look for My Bell Ringer ( On-line School Post) Tuesday – Social Media,Blog and updates.  Wednesday -My […]

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Christmas in July * Snowflakes

Today’s the Last Friday in July. And our Last Christmas in July Special Post. I’am playing with Snowflakes today – we lived many years in Michigan and enjoy the snowy season but in Louisiana you are lucky to catch a few flakes. These Cute Chalkboard Snowflakes I bought at Target last year –   I decorated these with glitter,sparkly gel pens – Sorry you might be able to see this in the picture. You can also purchase a couple of packs and string them together for a banner.    

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Plate lunch * Louisiana Style

Today Food Fine is the – Plate Lunch. A staple lunch for the working people  of the South  this custom seems to originated in Hawaii during plantation time. But now its part of the South in a big way – here served with a meat ,rice,and sides this classic lunch will makes you a fan .  Pat”s Downtown Lafayette – More picks  . My Food Blog -The Recipe Box @ LEL Plate lunch post Hawaii Origin –  Although the exact origin of the Hawai’ian plate lunch is disputed,[1] according to Professor Jon Okamura of the University of Hawai’i, the plate lunch likely grew out of the Japanese bento, because “bentos were take away kinds of eating and certainly the plate lunch continues that tradition”.[1] Its appearance in Hawaii in recognizable form goes back to the 1880s when plantation workers were in high demand by the fruit and sugar companies on the islands.[2]Laborers were brought to Hawaii from around the world, including from China, Japan, Portugal, and the Philippines. Kaui Philpotts, former food editor of the Honolulu Advertiser, notes that the laborers “didn’t eat sandwiches or things like that; it was leftover rice and a lot of things like canned meat or teriyaki or cold meat or maybe scrambled eggs or pickles, and almost no salad or vegetable.”[2] Later on, macaroni salad was added to the plates, as it seemed to bridge national tastes and also mixed well with gravy-covered slabs of meat.[2] Some locations also include the traditional Korean side dish kimchi. (Wikipedia) Louisiana T radiation-  […]

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My Crafts Table * Card Kits

I was lucky to come across a Box of Anne Griffith Card kit that was purchased and never used. Its from 2011 that was sold by HSN at the time. But this great designer style is timeless with its great prints and colors.  Anne blog Anna Griffin blog Anne Griffin shop on –HSN Scrapbook shop These cards are made using the Kit but I can see many futures ideas for other projects. I love when I come across a bargain  find  at garage sells – are an item forgotten about and left in a closet.     

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My Craft Table * Pocket Accordion Album

Summer Fun-is the Theme for this Pocket Photo Album.  Some pictures from past Summer is the used  for this album.  Pictures from the beach in Michigan, Baseball & Scooter  and a Summer Birthday Party – with a few embellishment- a perfect gift for a Special Someone. This accordion  album I found in my stash . And decorated with stickers and a place for journaling.  Lisa Need some directions or other idea’s How to make folding album      

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Tuesday afternoon

What’s going on at lisaseverydaylife.com? Ian making some items for tomorrow -Craft Table post. So come back and check it out. Have you checked our other blogs- Lisa Book Blog and today’s post At the Book Club some of my favorite book series to read. And some great books releasing today. Book tours,feature and reviews everyday here. The Recipe Box blog for Sunday lunch post this week baked chicken. Thursday food find – plate lunches.

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