Mission Accomplished!

Prepare yourselves ladies and gentleman, because I, Kalissa Kramer, have set my mother up with Facebook!   I’ve been bugging her for months to get it and she finally agreed! She said only under one condition though: “You set me up with a Making Learning Fun and a Jo’s Country Junction page.”  So now you …

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Mexican Tortilla Omelets

I am always looking for good recipes that can be put together ahead of time, frozen and heated.  I am also always looking for recipes that use a lot of eggs….I think I created one that fits both categories….Mexican Tortilla Omelets. Here goes….This makes eight of the tortillas that are shown in the photo.  I made …

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Population: 485

While I was at my conference in California, I finished the book Population:485 by Michael Perry.  This book tells the story of a volunteer fireman/EMT in rural Wisconsin.  He tells humorous reflective stories of calls he has been on and characters from his little town.  He paints a beautiful, realistic picture of small town life.  …

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Farmer’s Wife

Awhile ago, I was looking on Amazon and saw a new quilt book called, Farmer’s Wife By Laurie Aaron Hird.  I put it on my wish list hoping that someday, I might purchase it. Being a farmer’s wife and admirer of sampler quilts, I thought the book might be something I would like.  Well, Kelli …

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