Angela Waddell
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Creamy Crock Pot Chicken & Broccoli Over Rice. I found this recipe YEARS ago & is one of my son's favorite dishes. No clue where I originally got it from but this is the EXACT recipe from years ago. Easy, delicious, kid friendly. I didn't change a thing back then & still don't. Wonderful the way it is! (Tip: Use thawed chicken - just sayin)

Creamy Crock Pot Chicken & Broccoli Over Rice. I found this recipe YEARS ago & is one of my son's favorite dishes. No clue where I originally got it from but this is the EXACT recipe from years ago. Easy, delicious, kid friendly. I didn't change a thing back then & still don't. Wonderful the way it is! (Tip: Use thawed chicken - just sayin)

Mix 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice and 1/4 cup vinegar. Spray the concoction onto the dirty grout, let sit, and scrub with a brush. Sparkling grout await.

Mix 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice and 1/4 cup vinegar. Spray the concoction onto the dirty grout, let sit, and scrub with a brush. Sparkling grout await.

"Smarter" Chicken Alfredo & Peas ~ Lightened up so you won't feel guilty enjoying your favorite Alfredo!

"Smarter" Chicken Alfredo & Peas ~ Lightened up so you won't feel guilty enjoying your favorite Alfredo!

Project – City Lights Lampshade. To make a city skyline view first you have to print or draw a city skyline silhouette on a piece of paper. Then fix it on the lampshade with tape. Using common pins make holes in the lampshade along the lines of the silhouette. You can make some holes bigger for a star shine effect. When done with poking remove the paper and voila. You can try as many patterns as you like.

Project – City Lights Lampshade. To make a city skyline view first you have to print or draw a city skyline silhouette on a piece of paper. Then fix it on the lampshade with tape. Using common pins make holes in the lampshade along the lines of the silhouette. You can make some holes bigger for a star shine effect. When done with poking remove the paper and voila. You can try as many patterns as you like.