CoverMate stretch to fit Food Covers Review

We all know how frustrating regular plastic wrap can be to use! In fact, I am plastic wrap challenged, I can never get the stuff to stay put or stop sticking to itself. When asked to try out the new CoverMate stretch-to-fit food covers I happily accepted. CoverMate food covers are a BPA, PVC and […]

Freschetta Pizza – The frozen pizza that tastes fresh!

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Freschetta. All opinions are 100% mine. Frozen pizza is usually just that.. frozen pizza, it tastes like every other pizza with nothing to set it apart. I expected a good dinner and a decent tasting pie when I picked up two Freschetta pizzas for […]

Marcal Small Steps Review – 100% recycled paper products

Happy Earth Day! More and more we are trying to make small changes in our lives that are better for our environment. Each little thing we can do as  individuals can have a large impact as the group grows. I was simply shocked when I learned that our own family of four could potentially save […]

Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce review

I’ve finally done it! I’ve found the perfect accompaniment to all of our grilled summer food! Okay, so I didn’t really discover it, but I did ask to try some, maybe I should have asked for a gallon? What am I rambling about? Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce. Groan! It’s so good and yummy that […]

2010 Ultimate Blog Party

I’m so glad you stopped by! I am a mom to two great kids, Mr.T. is 14 and Pie is 9. I can’t believe how fast they grow! My man and I have been together for 15 years this July, WooHoo! When you visit A Hen’s Nest you’ll find random posts about our life, a […]

Yoplait Greek Yogurt – Nourish your inner Goddess

“Nourish Your Inner Goddess” with Yoplait’s new Greek yogurt and “Clash of The Titans” actress Izabella Miko, who plays Greek Goddess Athena in the new Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ film, out April 2nd in 3D. In her interview Izabella says that yogurt helps keep her going in between meals. I have to agree […]

Interview with Cathy Bryant, author of TEXAS ROADS

Tell us a little about yourself Cathy. I’m a daughter of the King, wife, mom, Nana, musician, teacher and writer. I enjoy just about anything outdoors, including hiking, canoeing, camping and gardening. I also enjoy creative activities—home improvement projects, scrapbooking, painting, composing, and of course, writing. I love watching movies and reading books, though since […]

Exergen Temporal Scanner Thermometer Review

A sick child (or mommy) is one of the worst things I can think of dealing with. Truly a nightmare. I’m one of those moms that keeps her child home at the first sign of sickness, which is usually you guessed it – a fever. We have used several methods over the years for temperature […]

Puppycatmeow Etsy shop feature

I was so happy that Tressa of Puppycatmeow agreed to be a featured Etsy seller! I thought “oh, it will be cute puppy and kitty stuff”, instead I found a unique and extremely creative shop filled with gorgeous fantasy and renaissance hair wear that just blows me away! I’m in love with the Pheasant Feather […]

Dick’s Sporting Goods “Starting Lineup”

Spring is in the air and that means we can finally get outside to enjoy all the sporting activities our kids are joining! I can’t wait! Dick’s Sporting Goods is gearing up for the season as well. They want to know if you’re “Starting Lineup” material! Why should you want to be on the”Starting Lineup”?You […]

Wizard101 online multiplayer game Review

When I was recently asked to review the Wizard101 online multiplayer wizard game I wasn’t sure it would be something our family would care for. I’m glad to say I was wrong! The first time I played I ended up playing the whole time the kids were at school. Not good for housework but a […]

EcoSMART organic pesticide is a safer solution

There is one thing about this cold winter weather that I can tell you I love for sure. There are NO bees! Every spring my hubby ends up in an epic bee battle that lasts through most of the summer and into early autumn. The bees, you see, love to make nests in the eaves, […]