- Squidoo Club News: Who Won? Results from the Food And Book Club Quests
- Fabulous New Lenses Week of February 3rd
- Deborah-Diane is the “Biographer Bookworm” Contributor on Squidoo
- Review of the Day: Our Munchkin Nursery Projector & Sound System Is The Holy Grail For Baby Sleep
- Lens of the Day: My Passion For Travel Photography
- An Interview with William Leverne Smith: Back to the Homeplace
Posted: 07 Feb 2014 08:43 AM PST
Last month our Squidoo Food Club and the GoodVeg Club combined forces to create some yummy vegetarian recipe lenses. After the deadline, we asked both clubs to vote and the winning lens, the lens that received the most votes, Vegetarian Pizza Your Family Has Gotta Love by 1angelsbestkeptsecrets, was posted as Lens of the Day last Tuesday, February 4th, 2014.
Some of the runners up included:
You can see all of the delicious lens creations from this quest HERE.
The Book Club also celebrated with a vote and a Lens of the Day on Thursday February 6th. The winner from our Animal inspired book quest was, Inspiring love for all creatures – great and small by Hope.
Runners up from the Book Club Quest were:
You can see all of the lenses from this quest HERE.
If you’d like to join one of these, or maybe even one of our other fun Clubs, stop by All About Squidoo Clubs to learn more.
Posted: 07 Feb 2014 06:26 AM PST
I loved making fused glass jewelry. The adventure is in not knowing exactly what you will get. It is always an experiment. I have tried different things over the years and now I stick with the tried and true, but to begin with the thing that kept me intere…
Pancakes with a lot of love. There’s nothing better than waking up to a home- made breakfast. The aroma of freshly- brewed coffee and baked breads are heaven to the senses. Although breakfast can be anything from an omelette to a bowl of granola, noth…
The US government estimates that every American uses approximately 80 – 100 gallons of water each day. But this number only accounts for the water we use for drinking, bathing, washing, cooking, watering our plants, and other activities that obviously use…
Think you’ve heard it all when it comes to disco? Think again! Folks that once cleaned up on the disco dance floor are now cleaning up with their disco sponges. That’s right, a disco sponge! I know that this ‘Paladone King Disco Washing Spon…
True confession: When I first ordered this book for my library, I kept it hidden behind my desk, marked Unavailable, while I pored over its pages, planning storytime activities, ignoring the pleas from passing mamas for a nice craft book. This was in 2007,…
Mardi Gras coloring pages, games, crafts, puzzles and more fun for the holiday that is also known as Fat Tuesday. I have lots of activities to keep the kids busy including some online fun. Learn how to make a float, decorate masks and more while enjoying s…
Do your children think that ancient Egyptians danced with angled arms and jutting hands and feet? I taught a unit on Egyptian dance and one of the first things we needed to do was explore the Western stereotype of the dance and why it was not authentic. Th…
A delicious Spiced Roasted Red Pepper Soup~A fantastic recipe for a cold winters day, Add some extra heat with a teaspoon of chilli flakes and serve with warm crispy bread.
Posted: 07 Feb 2014 05:50 AM PST
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Posted: 06 Feb 2014 01:00 PM PST
William Leverne Smith is the author of Back to the Homeplace a novel set in 1987 small town America that deals with a family in crisis following the death of their matriarch. The family must travel to where they grew up…the Homeplace, in order to sort out family secrets and to find their legacy.
William was born and raised on a midwestern farm. He and his wife now live in a cabin in the Missouri Ozarks.
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