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Easy Chocolate Tart

Happy Valentine's Day to one and all and I hope that true love finds you wherever you happen to be! Today on At Home With Jemma we will be making an Easy Homemade Chocolate Valentine Tart. I sure hope that you decide to make this yummy chocolate dessert recipe too, because I don't want you to miss out on one incredible nibble of this tasty treat! Easy Chocolate Tart Recipe I chose this easy chocolate tart recipe because it is from the one and only Pioneer Woman. You know her... We all love her...her family, her style, her food and her cookware. Ann Marie "Ree" Drummond has given us the gift of practical, tasty and good food, that we can actually make! Because it is Valentine's Day I thought that while I am sharing this wonderful chocolate dessert recipe, I'll also share a few handmade Valentine decorations that I made to decorate our "new," "old" Colorado home. No one can have too many hearts on the day of love... Happ
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DIY Farmhouse Wall Hook Rack

Ten On The Tenth Thrift Store Makeover Hello Dear Readers and welcome to TEN on the TENTH! If you are a bargain shopper today is your day! Today you will find thirteen bloggers sharing economical, easy and naturally, thrifty ideas on how we made the most of our thrift store shopping experience. Today I am sharing my DIY Farmhouse Wall Hook Rack. This DIY project is a quick makeover and makes for super cute home decor, for any room in our homes. Double bonus is this... I think it'd be perfect for Valentine's Day too! Links To All Of The Blogs Are At The End Of This Post. As you probably know by now we recently moved to Monument Colorado and naturally one of the first things I wanted to do was check out the nearby shops. Monument has a super cute downtown and I have really been looking forward to checking out a few of our local thrift shops too. Sadie, my traveling and walking buddy This past week Sadie and I loaded up in the Yukon and headed out. I even had
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Facing The Fear

Hello Dear Readers and whoever ever else might be reading. I suppose one never truly knows who "hears" or reads what we write behind this computer screen. But write I shall as I am beginning a new chapter in an old life. I am writing this to hold myself accountable. I can make a wreath… If you have been reading my blog the last six years you know I can make wreaths, sand, paint, garden and cook. I love my family. I love Jesus and I love adventures and the outdoors. But the real question that I have for myself this year is can I learn something new, unfamiliar and totally out of my comfort zone? Am I too old to learn new things?? "Can you teach an old dog new tricks??" I can sand... Can I learn something new… Materials are purchased, contacts have been made and I have even received my first e-mail from my "teacher." I am excited, apprehensive and searching. I search to stretch my mind, move out of my comfort zone and commit to unc
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