Archive | October, 2014

Halloween Ghost Pretzels

Are you still in need of a fun and unique idea for that Halloween get together that you’re planning……or even something that your child can take for a classroom party favor or teacher gift? Well….we have an ghoulish, easy, and delicious idea to share with you. WHAT YOU’LL NEED: pretzel sticks a bag of individually wrapped caramels white […]

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Make Your Own Creepy Portraits

Every year when Halloween rolls around, I think about how fun it would be to buy a few of those creepy portraits to place around my home. However, at most stores they sell for close to $20 each. I love spending time to decorate my home for each holiday but I also try to do […]

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Not Your Average Walk In the Park

The North Logan Pumpkin Walk is a 31-year-old tradition that all started with one woman named Ida Beutler. Ida wanted to come up with a family-friendly Halloween activity that wasn’t scary. She loved children and wanted to find a way to bring out the inner-child in us all. She and her husband decided to set […]

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Video: Not Your Average Walk In the Park

The North Logan Pumpkin Walk is a highly anticipated Halloween event here in Cache Valley. It brings in thousands of people. It also takes hundreds of pumpkins, countless hours of work, and dedication from endless volunteers. We take you behind the scenes and chat with several women who help make the Pumpkin Walk possible. Look […]

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Halloween is just a week away! You might be stressing out about finding time to make that treat for your party. Or maybe you’re a mom and you just want an easy and festive snack to make with the kids. Either way, we’ve got you covered with these super spooky and easy Frankenpuddings. WHAT YOU’LL […]

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Two Adorable Halloween Garlands

Halloween is one of our favorite times to decorate, and there just doesn’t seem to be enough time to share everything that we want to show you before the holiday comes and goes. In today’s post we double up the fun by showing you how to make two Halloween garlands! Both projects are easy and can be […]

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Healing After Breast Cancer

It’s been over ten years since Patricia Bowles was diagnosed with breast cancer. Patricia, who is also the Director of Nursing at Franklin County Medical Center, said that you rarely hear the word “cured” with cancer patients but you do hear the word “healed”. This is her personal story of healing. In the spring of […]

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Not a Damsel in Distress

Utah State University made the news yesterday, and not in a good way. If you didn’t hear, media critic and feminist Anita Sarkeesian was set to speak to students at USU today, that is until her life and the lives of others were threatened in an anonymous email sent to several staff members. “If you […]

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Video: Healing After Breast Cancer

Over ten years have passed since Patricia Bowles battled breast cancer. Patricia, who is also a nurse, said you rarely hear the word “cured” with cancer patients but you do hear the word “healed”. In honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Patricia agreed to share her personal journey of healing with us. Watch […]

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Escape to the Mountains

On September 19th, we had our very first (of many to come) Sharing Shine event. We ran away for the evening to a cabin in the mountains. When I say in the mountains, I mean it was really in the mountains. The road up was a little sketchy at times and a few of our […]

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