Special Education Acronyms Every Parent Should Know - The only thing the IEP team wants is what is best for the child, and if we aren't speaking the same language, it's only hurting the child. No one wants that. Which is why it is so important that parents and teachers are on the same page when it comes to important acronyms when it comes to all things special education. Blog Post at Mrs. D's Corner.
I feel like once Memorial Day comes we can officially embrace all things summer, which includes all things outdoor, BBQ, party! Bring on the millions of pasta salads, fruit salads, green salads and potato salads. I could never get sick of them. Let’s not forget the baked beans and the cole slaw too. Here is... Read More »
How To Make Cucumber Tea Sandwiches - Inspired by my tea experiences in London, as well as my obsession for all things Downton Abbey, I had to make cucumber tea sandwiches at home. This British tea tradition is simple to make, but there are a few helpful tricks to it.
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Happy Friday, my foodie friends! Before we begin our weekend fun I wanted to share with you one of the yummiest recipes I made for Pillsbury® recently. Let me introduce to you- Chicken Bacon Ranch Baked Penne! I know it’s a mouthful, but it sure is good! This delicious casserole is filled with all things... Read More »
Seasoned travelers with more than a few all-inclusive stays under their belt know that the check-in process is the best opportunity to get things straight. Here are six things to ask for at the very onset of your vacation.
Peach Cake with Brown Sugar Frosting from The Food Charlatan. A delightfully peachy cake made from a cake mix and a packet of Jello, of all things! Don't knock it til you try it! There are real peaches in the cake, which makes it super moist (ok, and a lot of oil). It is topped with a rich brown sugar frosting! It almost has a caramel effect. Such a perfect summer dessert!