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Teacher Appreciation Gift: Magnetic Desk Caddie


About this time last year I shared this pretty awesome, teacher appreciation gift idea over at Keeping It Simple Crafts. Since I'm the teacher in this house I got to keep my caddie in fact I still have it sitting on my desk! Hope you enjoy it and remember to make one for yourself!

This Magnetic Desk Caddie is a great way for your favorite teacher to keep together, all the little things that keep her together. The can itself holds clothespin magnets on the outside and pens, pencils, and paperclips on the inside!

www.myveryeducatedmother.com #Magnetic Desk Caddie #teacherappreciation #recyclecraft #tincan #giftidea #officegift


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Sweet and Savory Spring Recipe Round-Up



Here are 20 treats both sweet and savory for you to try out at your next get together or potluck!

 

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Classic Dump Cake


A little over a year ago I shared this recipe on another blog and since I've been craving it I thought I'd share it again with you! The Classic Dump Cake is one of my all time favorite desserts. It actually got me through my first pregnancy. Seriously, I would eat at least one a week. And am I the only one who wonders why something so delicious has such a horrible name?
  www.myveryeducatedmother.com Classic Dump Cake #recipe #cakes
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How to Plant Asparagus Crowns


It has begun. For many experienced gardeners the growing season is well underway but for this kinda-sorta newbie it’s just started with the planting of one of our spring time favorites, asparagus.
Nate and I have talked about growing these delectable stalks for some time now. Last year I even grabbed a package of seeds but they never made it into the ground. The first thing to know about growing asparagus is that it takes time to establish before you can harvest it. Think a couple years at least. So when I spotted these crowns on a recent trip to Baker’s Creek Seed down in Mansfield, MO I snatched them right up eager to have even the littlest of head starts.
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Since asparagus is a perennial and known to take over an area, it took a bit of time to decide where we wanted to plant them. Meanwhile the crowns started sprouting out on their own so this past weekend we finally got them in the ground.
It’s no wonder gardening and parenting are often compared. A new plant in the garden is just like a new baby in the house. I’m constantly anxious and spend hours tediously studying everything I can do to ensure that both the baby and plant turn out as healthy as possible. This is my drawn out way of telling you that I read countless websites on how to plant asparagus but what it all comes down to is common sense so don’t let it intimidate you.
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