Water Coloring

I’ve been doing a lot of water-coloring lately.  Were going to Door County soon! (July 5th-July 17th) I am so excited!  We go up there every July and for the past few years I’ve been water-coloring like crazy.  This year, however, I want to sell my watercolors up there.  A lot of the locals know me, and I think I might sell a few.  It’s worth a shot and it’s more for fun anyhow!  What are your plans for the rest of the summer?  Have any adventures you’re dying to vent about?  Either way, check out my comment bar or use the blue stars to rate!

~ Daisy

The famous Door County cherries!

Want a cherry pie recipe from a Door County Blog?  I demand you click here.


Loving Chicago

Every time I go to Chicago, I do something different. When I was younger, I went to the American Girl Doll Outlet. When I was older I liked going to Shedd’s Aquarium. Now, when we go to visit family we take the train and go shopping. However, out of all the times I’ve been to Chicago, the trip yesterday was spectacular and different. Navy Pier was so fantastic that I didn’t want to leave. Following Navy Pier came Magnificent Mile where we “shopped “til’ we dropped.” Most of us didn’t buy tons of stuff on Michigan Avenue because we “splurged” at Navy Pier. Nevertheless, it was tons of fun. There are two floors of Forever 21! We shopped at the building across from Bloomingdale’s. It had countless levels and half of our time at the building was spent riding the fun elevators and escalators. Overall, we had tons of fun even though it was raining! In fact, the rain made it an adventure! Thank you Mr. Skonecki and Ms. Mattson for planning this field trip. What did you do in Chicago?

~ Daisy

P.S. I can’t wait to go to Navy Pier again on a sunny day! (So I can ride the ferris wheel.)


I love eggs!  There are so many ways to cook them, eat them and do with them that you simply cannot dislike eggs entirely.  For example, I had eggs on toast this morning and it was yummy but I could have done thousands of thing!  I could have boiled them, colored them, fried them and who knows what else!  Do you get my point or am I starting to sound bazaar?  The point is, is that I love eggs and you should too!  So, how do you like your eggs if any?  Comment to let me know…  I like mine scrambled.

~ Daisy

Have you ever read the book by Jerry Spinelli?

Weekly Fun w/ Mady 5!

Better late than never!  Only by a day, though…  Feel free to glance at last week’s too! (We still don’t have a winner, yet…)

~ Daisy

P.S.  Sorry about my weird schedule.  I’ve sort of been out of the whole blog thing for a few days because of the businesses and malfunctions of “wordpress.”  Please forgive me!

Daily Fun 1!

Hey, everyone!  I’ve been inspired with that Daily Monster blog so in response I’d like to do a little daily thing-a-ma-jig of my own!  Not to worry though!  I am not breaking any rules of copyright…  I’ve put my own twist on it.  To take part in these adventures watch my video for instructions and use the hints included to help you out with the question which in today’s case is a riddle!  Good luck!  Don’t worry, I’ll play it easy on you today.  Remember, thy who comments first with the right answer gets a treat!  So go on!  What are you waiting for?

Riddle: What travels around the world but stays in a corner?

~ Daisy

P.S.  Go Lindsey Vonn!  (I love the olympics.)