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Display Name: yelotaxi63
Member Since: 8/1/11

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We hosted a bridal shower brunch for my sister-in-law with a pretty easy, Mediterranean-geared menu. For the breakfast-like options: we did egg casserole & french toast casserole that took 15 min to put together, fridge overnight, and then bake 45 min the next morning. Looking back, I would have just picked one casserole. For the lunch-type dishes: we ordered a mozzarella/tomato sandwich tray. Then we did a couscous salad with peppers and feta, which is very budget friendly, because a little couscous goes a long way.

A green salad and/or bagels and cream cheese spread are easy to throw together. As a bridesmaid 8 times, I can tell you those little appetizer ideas, while great for showers, can be really time-consuming either in assembly, transporting safely, setting out the day of...if you have the man-power and delegation skills, it shouldn't be a problem though.

Easy, Budget-Friendly Ideas for a Bridal Shower Brunch? Good Questions
1/13/14 03:40 PM

I leave my kitty cat nesting measuring cups out so I can smile every day when I make my coffee. The novelty ice cube trays are great...I have Han Solo in carbonite ones.

Fun in the Kitchen: Silly Utensils that Make Me Smile
5/24/13 12:54 PM

I have a similar window area in my dining area. I am lucky enough to have window seats (3) built into the window area. I would totally try to do that (in two pieces for each window) and get a round table with 2 chairs. I like how my round kitchen table accentuates/cozy-fies the window area. I would have the living room seating/furniture make an "L" layout making sure to face both the window and fireplace. I know...confusing.

Help Arranging Living and Dining in This Room?
Good Questions

11/17/11 09:27 AM

I still have the dollhouse that my great-uncle built for me. My favorite part was the miniature knick-knacks - a globe, hatboxes, a vase full of flowers. Totally explains the decorating style of my apartment...

Collecting Miniatures: Dollhouses
9/14/11 12:47 PM

Horrible just like kimmiekh's grandparents were moving out of the home they raised my father and uncle in and into an over-50 community. They were following the movers/moving truck in their own car and watched as it caught fire. They lost a lot, but the worst would be all their family photographs. My father's baby photos, my grandmother's & grandfather's family (who were immigrants) pictures...gone.
Makes me greatful that my horror stories are a landlord who didn't check to make sure the prior tenants vacated & moving during the Manayunk Bike Race in Philly.

What's Your Worst Moving Horror Story?
8/1/11 05:06 PM