My 16 year old daughter wanted not just any Olaf cake but a floating, life sized head version for her birthday! I found some snaps on google and with a lot of Rice Krispies set about making the head so it was light as possible. I had to get handy and drill through the cake boards for the wooden dowels to ensure he stayed in place. She was thrilled with it.....it wasn't eaten for days as she loved it too much!
Life Lessons Advice from an 80-Year-Old Man Everyone Should Read This Time of the Year
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Here is today's Daily Do Good Action Tip: A lot of animal shelters rescue pregnant and nursing feral cats. The kittens are typically not socialized enough to be adopted as companion animals, so many shelters invite volunteers to come in and play with the young kittens. It’s a great way to teach your children about caring for animals (When our son was between 6 and 8 years old, he considered socializing feral kittens to be his “job”). dogoodandbeseen.com
Fort Davis National Historic Site: 8-5 daily Park Entrance fee is $3.00 per person for visitors 16 years and older. Children 15 and under are free. A lot of walking involved but worth it to see the sites like the old hospital and operating tool displays. Very friendly park staff, veterans in the building to go over the history of what you're looking at. Located on the opposite end of the town from Hotel Limpia, just follow the main street and it's on your left.
I'm Cathrine. I'm a SiNgLe 27 year old living in Alabama with my dog Huck and my twin-roommate Caroline. On my Instagram I post a lot of photography work but I really only shoot 10% of the time. My daily routine looks like: sleep eat edit repeat so I really love finding the magical moments within the mundane. Some of my favorite places to look for magical moments are: human interaction at the gym talking to strangers at food trucks and sitting at the community table at my "office"…