Who’s Your Daddy?

The I’ll chaperone your middle school dance … and bust a move because I’m hip n’ cool … dad:

The I’ll teach you and your friends how to hunt, fish, and trap dad:

The I’ll teach ya how to fix anything with a pocket knife and duct tape dad:

The I’ll spend hours with you in the driveway shooting hoops and pitching curveballs dad:

The I’ll show ya how to make supper and finish laundry before Mom gets home dad:

The I’ll volunteer to get groceries … so I can restock our secret supply of Swiss Cake Rolls … dad:

To every admirable, supportive, hardworking father and father figure, have a very Happy Father’s Day! You deserve to be celebrated.

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The Colors of Spring!

Pantone LLC, the global color authority, introduced Marsala earlier this year as the Color of the Year 2015. Chosen for its natural earthiness, this hue is considered universal “… and translates easily to fashion, beauty, industrial design, home furnishings and interiors.”

Whether you’re looking to dress up your wardrobe, touch up your makeup, or spruce up your home, a quick trip out to the Spring 2015 collection may be eye-opening.

The beautiful weather requires your “Outside Fun” Pinterest board to shine. Bring it to life already with this colorful activity … round up the kids and the Kool-Aid.

Grocery list:
Packages of Kool-Aid
Vinegar
Disposable bowls
T-shirts
Rubber bands
Rubber gloves

Directions:
Dissolve one package of Kool-Aid in one ounce of vinegar … in a disposable bowl … in the backyard.
Dissolve Kool-Aid flavors in separate bowls.
Tightly twist and tie t-shirt with rubber bands.
Dip t-shirt in bowls for your own creation. Note: please wear rubber gloves.
Set t-shirt aside for 24 hours before washing to let colors set.

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Dress to Impress your Christmas guests!

Busying around the kitchen this Christmas season will be a breeze with the following goodies.

Base with Roll Trays.

Roll trays bring contents gliding out for easy access. Send your crazy great aunt in search of the sugar cookie dough bowl, or rather, send her directly to that bowl with the organization and convenience Showplace roll trays offer.

Walk-in Pantry.

What appears to be a tall cabinet with four doors opens to reveal a convenient walk-in pantry. With ample easy-to-reach shelving, your grandma can spend more time in the pantry and less time on the step stool in search of her homemade gravy ingredients.

Deluxe Blind Corner.

This clever corner cabinet opens to present two large, full-extension trays, on cantilevered arms, making great use of space that might otherwise be wasted. The entire family will be happier when your great uncle no longer needs to scour the dark abyss of what used to be the corner cabinet, grumbling relentlessly, in search of the jellied cranberries, a staple “he doesn’t even like.”

Pantry Pull-out.

And Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas if your grandpa wasn’t stinking up the house with his smoked oysters. Fortunately (or unfortunately) he’ll have easy access to his crackers and canned shellfish this year.

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