Saturday, July 30, 2011

Muffin Top

There gone, you see....

Thanks to Hayden.  He decided he didn't want just one, but all.  The muffin tops are the best part of the muffin though if I say so myself.

If only *my* muffin top was gone.  Ha!  Those Walla Walla Onion Rings from Burgerville sure didn't help my case.  But they were so delicious.  Walla Walla Onions, so sweet and Burgerville only offers the Walla Walla Onion Rings for about a two month period in the summer.  So you have to get'em while you can.

Hungry now?

Have a FANTASTIC Saturday!

**This is not a paid post for Burgerville or WW Onion Rings.  These are my own opinions based on my tastes buds reactions..

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Banning Children? What Next?

Did you see the latest *ban on children* article over here?

Seriously?  I get that there are certain places that small or older unbehaved children should not be. I think as a parent we should be conscious to this as well as courteous to others who may/may not have children at all or with them at the moment at these particular places.

However, whats next? 

Maybe we, all people with young children who sometimes act like children and throw tantrums regardless of what we say/do, should go live on an island?  We could have our own village to raise the children to be more behaved.  Do we have leprosy or something because we have children and sometimes they act out in public?  Remember, the leper colonies where people with the disease were quarantined?  Yah, we can have one of those!  Ha!  There isn't an island *BIG* enough to create a colony for all families with small children who misbehave.

Seriously!  I have children.  I have 4 children to be exact, 19, 12, 4, & 15 months. My small children misbehave sometimes.  If I had to put my finger on it, they probably misbehave more often than not BUT they are children.  That is what they do.  They push boundaries, they push buttons, they test you.  They sometimes scream, holler, bite, kick, roll around on the ground, I could go on.  Sometimes they do this at the most inopportune times and yes, it is embarrassing and I am apologetic to others that are being disturbed (at times) but typically I as a parent will not take my children into places that I know are not family friendly.  I have even left places quick like after realizing it is not family friendly.  I just did this while we were in Sunriver a few weeks back. 

I do not take my small children movies unless it is a children's movie. unfamily friendly restaurants. 
..... to spas where people are trying to relax. 
..... to that quaint little coffee shop on the corner on Sunday morning while it is mostly adults reading the paper relaxing with their cup of joe. 
..... to the opera. 

We don't go to yoga on Wednesdays.

And I do not fly them first class.  Although if I did, I am paying the astronomical amount of money for the first class one would think I have every right to be there as much as those without children.  But I don't. 

Heck, I don't even take them to the library yet UNLESS there is a children's activity going on.

I think rather than *banning* people with families or small children, parents just need to be more conscious to the environments that they are taking their children into.  And because my small children throw tantrums, often, does not mean I lack in parenting skills, that I am a bad parent or disrespecting others.  It simply means, they are being kids.  Again, that is what children do (often) even for those parents that have gone through super nanny boot camp.  If we never take our children out in the public out of fear of them throwing a fit, having a meltdown, whatever you want to call it, parents would NEVER go out.  And if we don't ever take them out of the house into unfamiliar places, less family friendly places, how will they ever learn what is appropriate or inappropriate behavior? 

Furthermore, this mom sometimes needs to eat somewhere other than a restaurant with a play land.  This mom sometimes needs to go to the grocery store, run some errands with small children, maybe even when it is around nap time.  And then it happens at the grocery store, in line at the post office or pharmacy.  The inevitable meltdown.  Da-da-dahn!

No disrespect for those without children , I get that you want to go to a quiet place and enjoy your childless time. Relax in the pool at the resort without a 4 year old splashing you with water.  Eat your dinner without a *brat* screaming for more milk at the table next to you.  I want/need that too that is why when I don't have my children, I am not going to Applebees, Cracker Barrel, the mall, etc.  No children vacations, ahh, all inclusive adult resort here I come.  I am definitely not going to Disneyworld.

But lets put this in another perspective...Again no disrespect for those without children by nature or by choice, I think there are more people with children in this world than without so therefore as a business one would think that there is more of a customer base of families with children than without.  And to say that families with children have less disposable income to spend I think is just a cop out to rationalize *banning* children at their establishments. 

Of course in the end it is the business owners choice to decide who they want to tailor their services to.  But you won't find this mom of several tantrum throwing children at your joint, buying your products, vacationing at your resort, any time soon. Just sayin.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Common Table

While we were vacationing in Sunriver a couple weeks ago, we ran across this *wonderful* restaurant called, Common Table.

It serves *awesome* food, most locally grown and gives back a huge portion of the profits to the community.  Many of the *employees* are volunteers.  It is a non-profit and allows patrons to buy vouchers that will then go to feed those less fortunate.

I had a plate of Nachos that looked like a piece of art. Blue Tortilla Chips, Corn, Black Beans, Ground Beef, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Mango....

The hubby had a Black Bean &Yam Burger. Total Vegetarian without seeming like it was vegetarian.  Totally hit the spot for hubby who is a meat and potatoes man.

Little Man, Hayden had Garlic Cheese Bread with Marinara dipping sauce.  

To read more about, Common Table, go here.  What a great concept and I am hoping that they continue to be successful.  I would *love* to see more places like these pop up around the country. 

We have a Panera Cares Cafe here in Portland that recently opened where patrons pay what they can.  They are one of the first chain restaurants to convert some of their locations into this non-profit model.  So far they have been quite successful.  Most patrons, pay more than the suggested prices.

Wouldn't it be great if we could....

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Ticker Tape Ramblings

I haven't done one of these posts for a while but since I have insomnia I thought maybe one is in order.

1.  Work sucks.  I am so overwhelmed it is beyond comprehension. 

2.  Since work sucks lately, it really weighs on other areas of my life which I really don't like.

3.  Like it gives me insomnia. I lay there and think about everything I have to get done in a very limited amount of time with very little assistance.  Therefore, I can't sleep, I can't relax.  I am a bundle of nerves.

4.  I am hungry.  That is another thing that changes when I am uber stressed.  I tend to *eat* like crap.  Which isn't good because then that makes me feel icky,too.

5.  It's a vicious cycle. Stress.

6.  I used to be able to handle stress much better.

7.  What is wrong with me!  LOL. Don't answer that.

8.  This post is really negative.  I hate that!

9.  Maybe I should have labeled this as a Rant post.

10.  Tomorrow is a new day.

11.  I am going to pray in the morning.  (I pray most mornings but even more so of late).

12.  I know with God anything is possible and he will help cure all that stresses and worries me.

13.  I just need to hand it over to him.

14.  I know this too shall pass.  And like my momma always said, among many others, "What doesn't kill us, makes us stronger."  (What if I don't want to be stronger?  Have you seen my biceps?)

15.  At least I still have my charming humor, right?

16.  If you can't laugh, then you shall cry.  And I have done enough of that lately.

17.  Seriously, I am not a big cryer, only at the drop of the hat, when the wind is blowing the wrong way, when I am watching some sappy rom-com, really I am not a cryer!

18.  Ok, so I am, sue me!

19.  I think this is enough ramblings from my crazy mind for one post.

20.  I am going to schedule this post for tomorrow (err today, just later today) and try to go back to bed. 

Thanks for reading!

Sleeping Clip Art
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Menu Plan Monday

Yes, it is 1:45am my time. What can I say, insomnia has set in.

Yes, it is Tuesday so this post is *technically* a day late.

I have been so unorganized lately.  I have been planning meals but just haven't posted them the last couple weeks due to time constraints and then being on vacation.  You know how it goes, right.

Here's my Menu Plan for this week.  I am going to link up with I'm An Organizing Junkie, per usual so if you want to check out that site, there are lots of others that post their weekly menus. 

It might help you get the creative juices flowing and let the boring meals be gone.


BBQ Teriyaki Chicken
Corn on the Cob
Baked Potato


Spaghetti & Meatballs
Garlic Bread


Chicken & Wild Rice Casserole
Mixed Vegetables


Ham Pinwheels
Celery/Carrots & Ranch


Tuna Salad W/Crackers
Tomato Wedges


Chicken Enchiladas*
Spanish Rice


TBD (possibly date night w/hubby which typically means eating out)

There you have it.

Did I tell you that I am trying the E-Mealz program?  Several of the above meals are from that weekly plan.  It is the Any-Store Meal Plan.   Each week the program sends me a different menu along with the shopping list.  This is my first *full* week doing it and there were a *few* meals that I substituted with others because I already had a good portion of the ingredients so I figured I would use the ones I didn't use this week as ideas for future weeks.  Ohh and the program also gives you the instructions, recipes, etc.  Makes it uber easy!

*I am trying the Philadelphia Cooking Creme-Santa Fe Blend  as part of this recipe.  I will let you know how it turns out.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Cast of Characters

In light of our recent vacation where *routine* was definitely not in our vocabulary, we met a totally different cast of characters on our trip.  A different one, each day so it seemed.

Being that the house we were staying in was not fully child proof, there were many a times that our normally

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She has the bumps and bruises to prove it! And a few splinters too!  Poor little thing.

Our 4 year old, Hayden decided he was going to be....

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for a good portion of our trip.  He didn't take naps (and he still needs naps) and then of course staying up later than usual and getting up at the butt crack of dawn each day, will do that to a 4 year old.

And I should add that he was the male version of Mr.Calamity too.  He decided to take a nose dive out of the shopping cart the first day in Sunriver and thought hanging off the banisters in our condo was *great* fun.  Yeah, that was exciting!  I about had an anxiety attack!

And then we had....

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But here is a better picture.

Now back to the regularly scheduled program with:

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Love vacations but good to be home and back to routine.  Not happy to be back to work though (who ever is right but since I am not independently wealthy; to work I shall go... just not today).

Have a blessed Sunday!

**All images courtesy of Roger Hargreaves and

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Six Word Saturday

It's Saturday!  (Finally) 

You want to join in with us?  Describe your life or what is going on in your life in 6 words and then link up with Cate over at

It can be serious, funny, can include an explanation, an image, or not.

Mine for this week is.....

Thought this week would never end!

It is always hard to get back to routine after a vacation at home but couple that with being short handed at work and already overwhelmed with your *own* work...Makes life unbearable.  My desk has been a complete utter disaster this past week.  I don't know which way is up.  Everyone is coming out of the woodwork and wants everything done yesterday.  My answer, "Take a number and get in line."  Seriously! 

I really need an attitude adjustment.

I saw this on a reader board this past week and I know it was put there just for me:

Attitude is the easiest to change and makes the biggest difference.

It is the weekend now and I am going to *try* and enjoy it with my family.  Lots to do around the house, birthday party this afternoon and hopefully a movie out with the hubby.  Church tomorrow.  Maybe some shopping.

Anyone doing anything exciting this weekend?  How was your week?

See you next time!

Friday, July 22, 2011

In Season

Strawberry season is in full swing here in the Pac NW.

You literally can not buy the baskets/flats of strawberries fast enough. 

There is a little stand right around the corner from our house that sales seasonal fruit from a local farmer and often times when I have stopped in to buy a flat ($11.00) they are all out.  Ughh!

I did however get a flat a couple weeks ago.

Check out these babies!  Super sweet, plump, and juicy!


I made a strawberry parfait with strawberries and vanilla yogurt...YUM!


And while we were in Sunriver last week, we bought some at the local IGA and made strawberry shortcake one night and then the next we had left over *frozen* strawberry and banana bites (with whipped cream).



Don't they look delightful?

Thursday, July 21, 2011


I am so excited I can hardly contain myself. 

The anticipation for the upcoming Blogtastic Extravaganza 2.0 is just *killing* me. 

I can't stand it.

I have to share a few things that I am working on for this HUGE giveaway!

The Blogtastic Extravaganza 2.0 starts August 17th thru August 21, 2011.

This event will offer *tons* of giveaway packages from several bloggers all with different

My theme is "Becoming Superwoman" so my package will consist of many products that will help YOU, Become Superwoman.  Simple enough?

So far I have lined up the following *AWESOME* product sponsors:

E-Mealz. An online meal planning service for busy moms.  I was recently given the opportunity to use this service and will share my thoughts in a later post.  They will be offering a 6 month subscription to their service.  ($30.00 Retail Value)


More Time Moms. Is providing a Family Organizer to help you organize all your appointments, activities, birthdays, anniversary, etc ($15.99 Retail Value)

Family Calendars and Organizers

The Coupon Wallet.  With couponing at an all time high, this snazzy little wallet will help you organize ALL your coupons.  Never again will you lose a coupon and needlessly throw money away.   Make sure to check out all the cool colors and designs, too!  ($14.95 Retail Value) 

**10 % off your order when you use coupon code ImNotSuperWoman**

Simplify: Becoming Minimalist. An ebook by Joshua Becker that outlines the 7 principles to help declutter your home and life.  ($9.95 Retail Value)

Lovable Labels.  An online label company will be including a personalized "Back to School" label package. Many colors and designs to choose from. ($44.95 Retail Value)

$15.00 Starbucks Gift Card to help put the wind in your sail for those difficult days.

Current total retail value of package:  $130.84 !!!!

But wait there is more, but all the details have not been ironed out yet so I can't tell you what they are.  You will just have to keep an eye out for it and of course, enter the giveaway when it starts.

Have a great day/night!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

$500.00 CASH & More WINNER!

Congratulations to the winner of the $500 Cash via PayPal, Kodak digital camera AND the Kobo eReader Touch Edition with case (in black) hosted by This Lil Piglet, Family Approve and several other blogs including, I Am Not Superwoman.

The winner is...

Angie Beechan, one of our US readers!

Angie's winning entry was her "Like" to Mommy Momments on Facebook. Thanks to Karen of Mommy Momments for checking and qualifying this winning entry:  She was entry number 9665 of 63,383 entries!

There were 347 duplicates out of the entire entries which were verified and deleted by Stacy @ This Lil Piglet.

Thank you to all that entered and are following all of us.  Because this Social Picnic was such as success there will be another one in September. 

Keep an eye out for another chance to win some cash and great prizes!

Congrats again to Angie! 

View From Here

Here are a few pictures from our recent vacation to Sunriver, Oregon.

A Lake in Sunriver near our condo

Wild Deer

Smith Rock Redmond, Oregon (Deschutes River)

Off The Beaten Path

(Not) Wild Horses

Madras, Oregon

Deschutes River

Lots more where these come from.  I will post more soon.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Out Of The Loop

Man oh man, do I feel out of the loop.

I feel so disconnected from the world.  It's as if I have been gone forever in some third world country.  And really I was only in Sunriver for 5 days.  It feels like a lifetime.

Disconnect from technology will do that to a person, huh?  Not you, ok, maybe it is just me?

I missed so much!

J.Lo & Marc Anthony are splitting up.  Who didn't see that coming?  I was however *rooting* for them for the long term.  I thought maybe, just maybe, Jenny from the Block was going to have her happy ending. 

Nick Lachey & Vanessa Minnillo got married.  Apparently, their wedding was recorded for a TLC special?  Hopefully, they don't turn it into another reality show because we know how that ended last time.

Casey Anthony was released. Ughh!  The pictures I have seen of this, just make my stomach churn.  I will just leave it at that.

And the biggest event that I missed that I couldn't wait to get back online to see & hear about is one of my loyal blogging friends pending birth of her baby boy.  He *finally* made his arrival although not sure of all the details yet because she hasn't posted a whole lot.  That's ok though because we know how those first couple days are just a blur.  But hurry up, Katherine!  We are all anxiously waiting.  I know I am not the only one.

As much as I *loved* spending 5 fun filled days with my family *unplugged* , it is nice to get back to blogging routine.  (Blogging is one of my routines and I do miss it when I am not able to do it. I have made lots of great blogging friends that honestly I do miss hearing from, reading their blogs, etc).

I hope everyone had an awesome couple days and I will be posting pictures & some details of our trip soon so make sure to check back.

Have a great evening!

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Six Word Saturday

I am really not here.

But decided I would schedule my 6WS post and play along with Cate over at even though I am away.

If you want to join in, describe what is going on in your life at the moment in six words.

It is really easy.  It can be serious.  It can be funny.  Whatever you want, it is your life and your six words.  And then don't forget to link up.

In Sunriver, see you on Tuesday!

What are you doing this lovely Saturday?  Hope you are having as much fun as I *think* we will be having.


Friday, July 15, 2011

French Fried Onion Chicken

I made French Fried Onion Chicken a couple weeks back.  It turned out WONDERFUL! 

Super Sweet & Tangy, Crunchy and Moist!

Do you want the recipe?


1-2lbs Chicken Breast or Chicken Tenders
1 cup Mayonnaise
1/2 cup of Mustard
1 Knorr Onion Dip Packet or a can of French's Fried Onions
1 cup breadcrumbs (I toasted 4 pieces of bread and crunched them up in a baggie)


1.  Mix mayonnaise and mustard together
2.  Mix Onion Dip Packet and breadcrumbs together in a separate bowl


3.  Wash your chicken and pat dry.
4.  Dip chicken breasts or tenders into mayonnaises and mustard mixture.
5.  Roll chicken breasts or tenders in the onion/breadcrumb mixture until all sides are covered.
6. Lay flat in a 13 x 9 casserole dish (spray with non stick cooking spray)


7.  Bake in oven on 425 for 20 mins or until chicken is thoroughly cooked.  When you take them out of the oven they should be golden brown and crispy.


I paired them with some mashed potatoes and fresh corn on the cob.


The chicken was so moist it just melted in our mouths and the crispy onions gave it just the right POP!

Thursday, July 14, 2011

What I'm Lovin'~Cupcake Edition

My besties cupcakes!

She makes "tons" of different varieties AND they are the best cupcakes this side of the Mississippi!  No, really they are!



DC Cupcakes has nothing on her!

I am just so glad I can be of service to her as her taste tester.  Someone has to do it, right?


Wednesday, July 13, 2011

See Clearly Again with Zenni Optical

This post brought to you by Zenni Optical. All opinions are 100% mine.

"The fog has lifted.  The fog has lifted," my husband exclaimed the evening after he got his new prescription glasses.  "Thank goodness," I said. 

I was starting to get worried with the way he had been driving recently.  I am a bad passenger any ways but even more so when my husband can barely see, unbeknown to me, until we sent him in for an eye exam a couple weeks earlier.  Little did I know though that he was going to get the most expensive lenses and frames in the shop!  Ok, maybe I am exaggerating a little but it did make a rather large dent in our pocket book that month for sure! 

And now several months into wearing glasses, he has a whole collection of glasses.  Square ones, round ones, transitions, you name it.  But thankfully, he is now going to start buying them online. 

In our search for online companies we ran across Zenni Optical.  An online eye glass retailer in business since 2003.  They have even recently been featured in Time magazine

Their website is awesome. You can upload your picture and try on glasses just like at a walk-in store.  Pretty neat, huh?  (I thought so).  I don't even wear glasses (yet) and I uploaded my image just to play around with it.  I look so sophisticated.

If you wear glasses, you really need to check this site out.  The highest price item is $46.00.  At that price you can afford to get a pair for each day of the week!   Cheap prices but still great quality.  Since they have no middlemen, no brick and mortar store, low overhead and they only sell their Zenni brand so they can offer you the lowest prices. And they have over 3000 styles to choose from.

All you need when ordering is your prescription information from a recent eye exam, your PD (distance between your eyes which should be on your prescription paperwork), your choice of frame, style, etc...  They make it so quick and easy!



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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Let Them Eat Cake!

It is said that when the French populance had no bread to eat, Marie-Antoinette , the Queen consort of Louis XVI said:

 "Let them eat cake!"

A couple weeks ago our church had a Cake Auction to raise money to send several of the youth members to summer camp.  The catch, the youths had to make the cakes....

And that they did!  They brought it big time!

I was totally impressed by some of these masterpieces.  Of course we know that *some* probably had the help of parents, but even so, I never knew we had so many bakers in our congregation. 

Look at some of the *awesome* cakes they made!


Are these great or what?

Wait there is more....


And some more...


And this wasn't even all of them!  There were tons of cupcakes, cake pops, cookies...anything your sweet tooth could desire.

Hayden even won some cupcakes in the cake walk.  They were D-E-L-I-S-H because of course they were made by my friend, Shannon.  She makes some of the best cupcakes this side of the Mississippi.  SERIOUSLY! 


And guess what cake we bought?

My husband is a huge basketball freak fan. Did you figure it out? 

You guessed it.  The Trailblazer logo cake (first cake in the first collage)  that was made by our youth pastor, I swear especially for my husband.  Earlier that day in church when it was on display, I thought my husband was going to steal it.  He probably would have, had it not been at church. Ha!  We paid $19.00 for it and it was worth it.  Yummy!

Ok, you can stop drooling now.  Go make your own.

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Monday, July 11, 2011


The Social Picnic

The Social Picnic event is finally here! 

I Am Not Superwoman, along with 30 other great bloggers, are particpating in this fun event that is *formally* hosted by This Lil Piglet and Family Approve.

To enter the giveaway, the Rafflecopter giveaway form will be located on the hosts blogs only July 11th 12:01 EST - 18th 12:01 EST; please head over to either This Lil Piglet or Family Approve to complete your entries.

You can follow me via GFC and Twitter. 

The more blogs you follow, the more chances to win!  

Make sure to enter using the Rafflecopter form otherwise entries will not count.  Do not leave comments on this post.

Enter to win...

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