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Pumpkin Destruction @TheRockRanch #Georgia

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The RockRanch also offers the fun challenge of navigating a corn field maze. This year's corn maze celebrates "Georgia Grown" produce, products and livestock. The RockRanch itself produces Brangus beef that is grass-raised, grain-finished with no steroids or hormones. The ranch also grows fresh produce including strawberries, blackberries and fresh corn just to name a few. This produce is sold in the farm's Georgia Grown certified Farm Market. U-Pick experiences are also available from spring through the fall. "We're very excited to celebrate Georgia's diversity in locally grown food and products, this year," said Jeff Manley, general manager of The RockRanch. "An experience at The Roc…

Pumpkin Pancakes at @Ihop Until January 3, 2016

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FTC Compliant Review Policy: The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation. We were recently invited to go and try out the new Pumpkin Pancakes that are available at IHOP for a limited time.  IHOP has always had tasty food, so I knew that it was sure to taste great.  The problem was that they also had the Sweet Peach Crepe, so I was torn! I wanted them both!   I ordered one for me and the other for Marc... that way, we could share them both and not worry about the crisis at hand over how to satisfy our taste buds that wanted it all!   Eggs, Sunny Side Up, Sausage Links, Hashbrowns and Pumpkin Pancakes.
Scrambled Eggs. Bacon, Sausage, Hashbrowns and a Sweet Peach Crepe.  
As always, the service was great and the food was fantastic!   The pancakes were so light and fluffy... Like heaven on a plate!  
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Monsters aren't scary! They can also help teach!

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I shared a few monster books with you the other day and today I have two additional ones to share!  As I mentioned, Monsters aren't just for Halloween, they can also be friendly creatures and are also great to help in teaching things.  While Broxton knows his numbers, letters and colors, everyone struggles with feelings from time to time.  (Not to mention the manner thief comes and goes, as it seems he steals Broxton's manners from time to time!) Savannah will be learning all of this soon, so these are great to have to add to our growing children's library for her (and Broxton) to enjoy!  These are both great books and I am sure your little monsters will love them too!  Image Credit - Barnes and Noble The Color Mon…

Troubles and Dining... All with MONSTERS!

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Halloween might be in the past, but that does not mean that our love for monsters has to end... Especially when they are cute ones in books that makes you realize there is nothing to be scared of.  While I love books that go with the holidays, it is great that you can have books that "tie in" with the holiday, but don't have to be put away once the holiday has passed. That can be said with the books that I am about to tell you about.   We were sent a few books to check out, with the whole Monster theme going on and they were super cute!  So cute that Broxton has asked me to read them to him over and over again!   Today I will tell you about two of them.
Image Credit - Barnes and Noble  Monster Trouble: Nothing frig…