Easter Breakfast Recipe – Resurrection Rolls

Resurrection rolls

My blogging friend, Courtney, recently shared how her favorite Easter breakfast recipe is resurrection rolls.  I love this recipe and I am very excited to share this recipe with you!  The kids can help make them, they look yummy, and the best part…you can give your kids a small visual reminder of the Savior’s resurrection.  Visit Women Living Well for this how-to recipe!

For more Easter recipes check out:

Make ‘n Mold Chick Cookies

Filled Candy Easter Eggs

Nesting Baby Bluebird Cupcakes

Easter Egg Dipper Treats

Little Lamb Cupcakes

The Dangers of Facebook


Like many things in life, Facebook can be both helpful and hurtful depending on how you use it. How much time you devote to any website will help determine how healthy the relationship is, as sites like Myspace and Party Bingo should have already taught us. For me, one benefit to Facebook is that it allows me to easily connect with friends and family who live out of town.  We can share pictures, articles, and even play games together.  Another big benefit is that it allows me to connect with you, my readers!  I’ve loved the opportunity to pray for you about problems in your life, learn new coupon strategies from you, and just to interact!  I’ve read several good posts on the dangers of Facebook lately so instead of trying to put the articles into my own words and cite them as references I’ll just give you the articles I’ve read.


Spring Cleaning Your Facebook Account by Courtney from Women Living Well


Gentlemen in a Digital Age by Carolyn McCulley


Why Facebook (and Your Church) Might Be Making You Sad by Russell Moore


So what are your thoughts on Facebook?  Why do you or don’t you use it?

Soft Sugar Cookie Recipe with Homemade Frosting

Sugar Cookies

I just read a heart warming story that came with a yummy recipe to go along with it and I want to share it with you!  Visit my friend Courtney’s site, Women Living Well, to find this sweet guest post written by Janelle from Comfy in the Kitchen.  You’ll be glad you did!