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Something So Sweet Coming to DVD: Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Allison and Eva went to see the Winnie the Pooh movie one afternoon without me. So, I can’t tell you much about what it was about but I can tell you that they came home very happy with what they saw. Allison is such a Winnie the Pooh fan that she has the complete set of Winnie the Pooh stories several times over. Basically both children (Eva and “Baby Surprise”, to be released in November, LOL) have a full set of the books for their rooms. So we are a Winnie the Pooh friendly family. And so, when Allison and Eva gave the movie a thumbs up I knew it had to be good. Well, the movie is being released on Blu-ray, DVD & Movie Download October 25th. But to get you excited here are some Honey related Recipes and movie clips I’d like to share with you.

Discover Your Inner Honey-Lover!

As National Honey Month comes to a close, keep the celebration going with these WINNIE THE POOH-themed recipes and a honey-loving clip! The world’s most beloved bear spends his days in search of the naturally delicious nectar, and now you, too, can enjoy some honey-flavored treats with Pooh.


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Up on the Housetop

Up on the Housetop
Photo-a-Day #1355

Eva’s favorite Christmas toy so far. This plays two songs, Up on the Housetop and something else. Eva has found the “Press Here” button and played it non stop tonight. She would press the button and then go to her doorway and thing about going to the other room. then the song would stop playing so she would go back to the toy and start it up again. She was funny.

I caught a couple of good expressions too.


Reindeer's Pause.

On January 1 when people make New Year’s Resolutions I am making a 15 minute a day commitment to a brand new blog as well as a journey of learning. My new blog is called 15 Minutes a Day and it will be a blog with a yearly theme. I intend to attempt to learn something I know nothing at all about in 15 minutes a day throughout the course of the year. The 15 minutes is purely the time spent learning from the materials I choose. All blogging time and video time and other time spent working on the blog is extra. I was at a Christmas party and through the course of discussing this idea with a friend we arrived upon the idea that I learn Chinese (Mandarin). What I would really like to use to learn this is Rosetta Stone software but it is expensive. I decided upon three books to start my journey. The three books I would start with are:

Two of the books arrived today.

Two of my books came today