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Kate’s Escapades -Be careful what you prank about!
It could come back to bite you in the butt!

Tomorrow is a BIG holiday for me.  Are you now racking your brain with thoughts of “Wait a minute!  Tomorrow is a holiday? What did I forget? Did Easter sneak up on me?  Am I totally unprepared with the you-know -what from the you-know-who?”  Rest at ease. It’s not a big holiday to most of the mature adult world…just me and a few other crazies who save up their usually well hidden, immature instincts for a day such as this. … Read entire article »

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LOST 6.9 – Ab Aeterno recap by Evie

LOST 6.9 : Ab Aeterno Recap, summary and commentary by Evie Ab Aeterno is Latin for “From the Everlasting”, or “From the Eternal”. Richard Alpert, the advisor on the island for a very long time, has concluded that his entire life has no purpose. He is angry at Jacob and thinks that he has lied about everything. Jacob’s visit to, and subsequent conversation with, Ilana in the Russian hospital is further revealed. Jacob did not ask her to protect himself as was previously implied, but to protect the remaining six candidates. I have a hard time believing that Ilana is a bad guy, but it’s getting easier and easier to believe that Jacob could be the villain and not the Man in Black. Jacob tells Ilana, who is all bandaged up in the hospital … Read entire article »

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Kate Goes on an Adventure to the Holi Festival of Colors – Part 2

Welcome back for more fun photos from the Holi Festival of Colors held at the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, UT. This year’s festival broke all previous records for attendance, making it the largest Colors Festival ever held in the U.S. If you missed yesterday’s story, take a look HERE. Or for last week’s story about the meaning and origins of the Holi Festival of Colors, take a look HERE. Also check out the site for the Sri Sri Radha  Krishna Temple. Hope you enjoy the photos from my adventure! ~Kate Did you go, or want to go? Leave a comment! Also   Check out Kate’s other Adventures You may want to pay special attention to this one at 1:31 and 1:58 – 2:08! That would be the back of me in the gray standing at the … Read entire article »

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This Week’s Giveaway – Wilton Flowers Silicone Baking Mold

Congrats to last week’s winner of the Wilton Tulip and Daisy Silicone Baking Mold - Andrea We’ll be sending you an email from lizandkate@live.com to get your mailing address. Since last week’s silicone giveaway was such a hit, we decided to give everyone another chance to win. This week we will be giving away… Wilton Flowers Silicone Baking Mold Spring is finally here, so celebrate by making some fun spring-time cupcakes with this Wilton flower silicone baking mold. Good luck! Here’s how to enter… Just add a comment below, and you’ll be entered to win! Want to enter again? Go to the home page, take a look around and comment on another story! It’s as simple as that! Enter as many times as you’d like. More entry details… There are several ways to enter.  You may choose to enter one way, or you … Read entire article »

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Kate Goes on an Adventure
to the Holi Festival of Colors

Join Kate as she goes on an adventure to the Holi Festival of Colors at the Hare Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, UT. This past Saturday I got to usher in spring in rainbow style at the Holi Festival of Colors. It’s one of my very favorite things to do, and I look forward with anticipation to the big day every year. And what an exciting and amazing day it was, with not one, but two color throwing celebrations. Krishna leader Caru Das shared the message of peace and love and VARIETY with the crowd, as he explained the meaning of the Holi Festival. According to the  Sri Sri Radha  Krishna Temple website… Holi announces the arrival of spring and the passing of winter. The festival breathes an atmosphere of social merriment. People bury … Read entire article »

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Get your party on: 3/28-4/3

Are you ready for a holiday that you can celebrate at breakfast, lunch and dinner? If so, March 28th might be right up your alley as we usher in Something on a Stick Day. I’m thinking pancakes on a stick (you know, sausage wrapped in a pancake with the syrup baked into it), corndogs, meat kabobs, veggie kabobs, fruit kabobs and those fabulous frozen bananas, dipped in chocolate and rolled in crushed peanuts. And there you have it –breakfast, lunch, dinner and desert to celebrate Something on a Stick Day. Smoke and Mirrors Day follows on March 29 – a day where nothing is as it appears to be. (Did I really eat a dozen frozen bananas on a stick?) This one could have just as easily been called Pull the … Read entire article »

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Recipe of the week – Cheater Chicken Lo Mein

It’s Friday, so that means it’s once again cheater recipe time. So what’s a “Cheater” recipe? It’s a way to end up with a delicious home cooked meal, side dish or dessert without spending lots of time to get there. This week’s recipe… Cheater Chicken Lo Mein Ingredients 1 tablespoon oil-sesame or peanut oil 1 lb pre-cooked chicken breast strips 1 clove garlic, minced 2 tablespoons soy sauce or teriyaki sauce 2 teaspoons freshly grated ginger or 1 teaspoon powder 1 3-ounce package chicken flavor ramen noodle soup 1 1-lb bag frozen mixed oriental vegetables 1/4 cup water Directions Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Add chicken and  vegetables and cover with lid. Cook until vegetables are cooked through, about 5 minutes. In the meantime, cook the noodles (without the flavoring packet) according to package directions. Drain. Add … Read entire article »

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How to Train Your Dragon –
movie review by Kate

How to Train Your Dragon – movie reviews by Kate Reel reviews for real people Rating: PG for sequences of intense action and some scary images, and brief mild language. Genre: Family Starring: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, America Ferrera, Craig Ferguson Plot: From the studio that brought you “Shrek,” “Madagascar” and “Kung Fu Panda” comes “How to Train Your Dragon.” Set in the mythical world of burly Vikings and wild dragons, and based on the book by… From the studio that brought you “Shrek,” “Madagascar” and “Kung Fu Panda” comes “How to Train Your Dragon.” Set in the mythical world of burly Vikings and wild dragons, and based on the book by Cressida Cowell, the action … Read entire article »

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Kate’s Escapades – Holi Festival of Colors

To check out Kate’s Adventure to this year’s Holi Festival of Colors go HERE and HERE! Quick! When I say the words “Hare Krishna” what is the first thing that comes to mind? If you thought men with shaved heads and women with long wavy hair, chanting, wearing white robes, and selling flowers at the airport, you’d be echoing my first thoughts. (You’d also be aging yourself, but that’s entirely another subject for another day.) This is the impression I had until I attended my first Holi Festival of Colors about 5 years ago. You see, right smack dab in the middle of Mormon country, lies a beautiful Krishna Temple, sitting atop a hill on the outskirts of Spanish Fork, Utah. This temple boasts the largest Holi Festival of Colors celebration in … Read entire article »

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Liz’s rant: The red pen

For a couple of years now, I’ve heard much discussion over the use of the now-notorious red pen. Once a staple for every school teacher, it seems this sword of sorts wields power unknown prior to the late 90s. Oh, sure. It may look innocent enough, but there are those who claim that seeing red ink can cause irreparable damage in children’s psyches, by shooting down their self-esteem, causing them to feel inferior and crushing their self-confidence. Raise your hand if your teachers marked errors in red ink. See? I just saw everyone’s hand go up in the air. Well, everyone’s except Colton’s, whose teacher grades in blue ink. Looking back, I’d say we all turned out just fine, wouldn’t you? I can remember receiving comments like “Not your best work” (and … Read entire article »

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LOST 6.8 – Recon recap by Evie

LOST 6.8 : Recon On the island This episode starts out on the beach where Jin tells Sawyer they gotta go before Evil-Locke (whom I’m now going to refer to as Fake Locke, because I am still wondering if the writers are going to throw in a twist, and Jacob is really going to end up being the bad guy) gets back, but Jin can’t believe Sawyer is “with” Locke. (Sawyer later tells Kate he’s not “with” anyone.) Too late. Locke, Claire, Sayid, Kate, and the Others who chose to go with Locke, and avoided being murdered by the smoke monster, arrive back at the beach. Kate follows Claire into her tent and sees the coolest inanimate prop since Wilson in Castaway. Squirrel Baby! Claire’s replacement for Aaron. I wonder if we’ll ever … Read entire article »

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Kate’s Escapades – Spring-time Tie Dye Cupcakes

Kate’s Escapades – Spring-time Tie Dye Cupcakes

This weekend I attempted to make rainbow cupcakes for my sister-in-law’s birthday. You’ll notice the word “attempted”, which in itself implies that I was not successful. I followed the instructions to a “T”, but somewhere between the directions and the end result, my rainbow layers turned into random tie dye designs. I’ll admit that the Martha Stewart in me was tempted to just run the recipe as if I had intended for them to be … Read entire article »

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This Week’s Giveaway – Wilton Tulip & Daisy Silicone Baking Mold

Congrats to Melanie, last week’s winner of the autographed copy of Winners Never Cheat by Jon M. Hunstman. We’ll be sending you an email from lizandkate@live.com to get your mailing address. This week’s giveaway Wilton Tulip and Daisy Silicone Baking Mold Wilton Spring Confetti Sprinkles Wilton Spring Nonpareils Sprinkles Spring is finally here, so celebrate by making some fun spring-time cupcakes with this Wilton flower silicone baking mold. Good luck! Here’s how to enter… Just add a comment below, and you’ll be entered to win! Want to enter again? Go to the home page, take a look around and comment on another story! It’s as simple as that! Enter as many times as you’d like. More entry details… There are several ways to enter.  You may choose to enter one way, or you may choose to do them all.  It’s up … Read entire article »

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Liz’s rant: Showdown in the spice aisle

My neighbor’s recent Facebook status caught my attention immediately: So, I just confronted a crack head at Kroger. What has gotten into me? Nothing like a status update to make your head spin. I couldn’t wait to text her and get the full story, and I was betting it was going to be good.  It was so good, in fact, that she insisted on telling me in person, so as to bring the real flavor of what had transpired. Her story actually began about a month ago, when, as she was minding her own business, she was approached by a lady in K-Mart, who asked her if she had any money after explaining that her father had just had surgery at the VA hospital. She’d run out of gas and needed to … Read entire article »

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