Winston’s 2nd Barkday

We celebrated Winston’s 2nd barkday (birthday) last Saturday by inviting his friends over to finally play in our new big backyard that we basically purchased because of Winston, haha All day we kept telling him about how all his friends were going to come over and play and obviously we knew he couldn’t understand us but I think he could “feel” our excitement because 10 minutes before everyone showed up…he was super restless and wondering why we were setting up…

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Lemon Ginger Peach Spritzer

This lemon ginger peach spritzer is so fresh and refreshing that you'll be sipping on this all day! The flavors pair perfectly together and it's so easy to make with all the peaches you've picked up at the market!

We finally found a new show to watch! The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime. I love WWII stuff and this show is shot in the perspective of the United States losing the war and the Germans and Japanese control the United States. So half the United States is under German control and the other half is under Japanese control. It just blows my mind to even think that way but it’s such a cool concept and so…

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Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken with Green Beans

If you're looking for a quick and easy, and most importantly FAMILY-FRIENDLY weeknight meal, this honey mustard chicken with green beans is calling your name. Marinade the chicken all day while you're at work and the kids are at school and throw the chicken on the grill or in the oven when you get home! Dinner was practically made for you while you were away! The sauce is INCREDIBLE!!!

This post is sponsored by Shenandoah Valley Organic. All opinions are my own.  I have the easiest and most flavorful weeknight dinner recipe for you today. It is perfect for back-to-school meal planning! I know, I winced just typing that out. I can’t believe we’re almost in back-to-school mode. Didn’t summer just begin? Around here, they changed up the start time of schools. We used to always go back after Labor Day but now the schools go back before Labor Day.…

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Classic Sour Cherry Cobbler

It could not be easier to make a classic sour cherry cobbler right in your own home. Using the seasonal and fresh cherries, this classic sour cherry cobbler comes together quickly and easily! Use any seasonal fruit in this recipe and top with a giant scoop of ice cream for the ultimate dessert!

I spotted a whole ton of sour cherries at the farmers market a few weeks ago and they stuck out like a sore thumb in my mind. I couldn’t stop thinking about them but even with that, I didn’t buy them!!! I came home, told Jason about them, and he was like, “that’s what Grandma Wampler used when she made cherry pie! They’re like gold.” Back to the farmers market I went to buy two giant overflowing quarts of them. What…

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Shrimp Rolls

No more having to fly to New England for shrimp or lobster rolls! You can easily make these shrimp rolls at home and save on that airfare while celebrating summer in your backyard!

Everyone is talking about the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale (still) and I’m over here like savouring all the farmer’s market days we have left for the season. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I totally splurged and got a bunch of items from the anniversary sale (I’m revamping my wardrobe to basically be neutral — is that boring? I feel like it’s more versatile, no?) including loved products that I’ve used through the years but I’m totally crying on the inside…

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