Monthly Archive: October 2017

Peanut Butter Pumpkins

These Peanut Butter Pumpkins are adorable and so easy to make! They'll look impressive on the table at any autumn gathering. What recipe can be simpler than mixing common ingredients and adding food coloring? No cooking! No baking! This is a great recipe to add to your holiday favorites.

These Peanut Butter Pumpkins are adorable and so easy to make! They’ll look impressive on the table at any autumn gathering. What recipe can be simpler than mixing common ingredients and adding food coloring? No cooking! No baking! This is…
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Dollar Tree Christmas Slime

Dollar Tree Christmas Slime (3 fun varieties) - Check out the video below to see the surprising turn of events as this simple Dollar Tree Christmas Slime tutorial suddenly becomes a slime-making challenge. Which Christmas slime will take the prize - Snowflake Slime, Santa Hat Slime, or Christmas Tree Slime? Join the slime-making experts at The House That Never Slumbers as they enthusiastically take on their cousin, the slime-making novice.

Dollar Tree Christmas Slime (3 fun varieties) – Check out the video below to see the surprising turn of events as this simple Dollar Tree Christmas Slime tutorial suddenly becomes a slime-making challenge. Which Christmas slime will take the prize…
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Monster Eyeball Slime and Spider Slime Video Tutorial

Monster Eyeball Slime & Spider Slime - This crazy slime is super fun and easy to make. It can be made by adding plastic eyeballs, spiders, or any other silly, small toys to your favorite slime recipe! It would make a great party favor. Watch our video tutorial below to find out how to make this slime and learn other slime-making tips from the experts.

Monster Eyeball Slime & Spider Slime – This crazy slime is super fun and easy to make. It can be made by adding plastic eyeballs, spiders, or any other silly, small toys to your favorite slime recipe! It would make…
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Married in High School – Now Celebrating Six Months

My teenage daughter, who was married in high school, has now been married for six months (actually about 6 1/2 months at this point because I'm way behind on this post). In my last post about the couple, I tricked you into thinking you would get some really profound, further explanation about their wish to marry at such a young age. However, when questioned, all my daughter could come up with was that she just "really likes him." Since I left you hanging on that cliff, I do think it's about time we delved further into spiritual discernment, today's dating culture, and the really hysterical comments one school official had to offer.

Married in High School – My teenage daughter, who was married in high school, has now been married for six months (actually about 6 1/2 months at this point because I’m way behind on this post). In my last post…
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