Frightfully Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make

Want to have some spooktacular fun in the kitchen with your kids? Try this: Frightfully Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make. Even as a last-minute Halloween treat, this is a fast and simple recipe. You Will Need: White chocolate (we used two 12oz bags of white chocolate chips) Milk chocolate chips 1 tbsp of vegetable … Read more

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This Magical Unicorn Cave in Germany is Stunning

This Magical Unicorn Cave in Germany is Stunning. I know what you are thinking, why is this cave called the Unicorn Cave when unicorns aren’t even real? Or, are they? Did unicorns exist? I can almost hear you thinking, is that a real unicorn fossil in front of that cave? If you don’t believe in … Read more

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23 Reasons Why Having Twins is Double the Greatness

From my extreme shock of finding out I was pregnant with twins, them coming too soon, to toddler-hood, it’s been an adventure, to say the least. This post was originally published a few years ago for Twinzone Tuesday! Here is my list of 23 reasons why having twins is double the greatness! 23 Reasons Why … Read more

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The Stunning Petrified Wood of Glen Rose, TX

In my previous post, Outlaw Station in Glen Rose is Astonishing | Abandoned Texas I disclosed the history, location, and geological significance of an abandoned outlaw station in Glen Rose. This station, as well as some other buildings, were built with 100 million-year-old petrified wood and they are glorious. Where and what are some of the other … Read more

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5 COVID-19 Myths Americans Need to Stop Believing

This post was written by guest writer, Ferdinand Schön. He is sharing facts with links to his credible sources in the hopes of educating others and debunking these 5 COVID-19 Myths Americans Need to Stop Believing. Born and raised in Germany, he moved to America several years after meeting and marrying his American wife in … Read more

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The Sunday Storm That Left Dallas in The Dark

What is the weather like in Dallas? Well, on Sunday, June 9, 2019, something hit Dallas like never before and hopefully never again. It’s so shocking and still being described as everything from a “rain bomb” to a “downburst” like a small “tornado” to a taste of “Armageddon.” As for myself, a born-and-raised Dallasite, The Sunday … Read more

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My Big Fat German Wedding: The Reception

My Big Fat German Wedding: The Reception. This June we are celebrating our 14th wedding anniversary. My husband and I got married in Bavaria, Germany. It was an amazing wedding and was both a destination wedding and a traditional at-home wedding. This post was first published a few yrs ago but I’m reposting it before … Read more

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Ultimate Offer Specially Delivered to You FREE Books

Ultimate Offer Specially Delivered to You FREE Books. We are a book-loving family, and there is nothing sweeter to me than scoring free books. Let me rephrase that, FREE hand-held, physical, hard copy books of my own. Not ephemeral books online. Having a free book arrive in the mail monthly is exciting and truly a … Read more

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Oktoberfest Tips to have You Wiesn Like a Local

186 Oktoberfests! I haven’t been 186 times but I have been nearly 18 times over a 12 year period. The following post gives some Oktoberfest tips to have you Wiesn like a local!! Oktoberfest 2019 will mark the 186th celebration since 1810. Marrying a Bavarian quickly taught me the depth of which some Bayern truly … Read more

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Exploring Hidden Tunnels & Abandoned Bunkers in France

In my previous post, “Kid-Approved Best Fortress in Europe” I wrote about an amazing fortress that we literally stumbled upon while traveling around Europe. Around that fortress and underground, we discovered amazing tunnels and bunkers some of which were used during WWII but the majority were actually created over 300 years ago in the early … Read more

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