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Seventh Generation Wipes

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If you are a parent and avid shopper then I’m sure you’ve came across the brand “Seventh Generation”.

Whether it’s their line of baby products or their line of laundry and dish detergent, it’s a brand that can be found in most all popular grocery stores. I shop at my neighborhood Kroger and they are easily found in the laundry and baby aisle.

Most people may think it’s just a product line for “crunchy granola moms” or “tree huggers” but I am here to tell you to give them a try!

Seventh Generation puts a lot of thought and care into their products.  They keep not only the babies and people in mind but also our earth and animals.  They do not test on animals and do not use animal ingredients.


Their products are made here in the USA and they use plant-derived ingredients.

I personally always LOVE using Seventh…

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And Just Like That, They’re Grown

Oh my heart 😢 so touching & true

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“And Just Like That, They’re Grown”

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Baby cries and dirty diapers
And just like that, they’re grown…

Toddler tantrums and potty training
And just like that, they’re grown…

Preschool pals and happy meals
And just like that, they’re grown…

First day of kindergarten and tiny bookbags
And wow, just like that, they’re grown…

Gymnastics and baseball
And just like that, they’re grown…

Sleepovers and best friends
And just like that, they’re grown…

Middle school and make-up
And just like that, they’re grown…

Boyfriends and girlfriends
And just like that, they’re grown…

First day of high school and drivers’ ed
And just like that, they’re grown…

Senior pictures and prom dances
Boy, just like that, they’re grown

College campuses and new careers
And just like that, they’re grown…

Fiancees and finances
And yes, just like that they’re grown…

From I do’s to I’m pregnant
And just like that, they’re grown…


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Dialtown Daily’s Decadent Fudge


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Dialtown Daily’s Personal Homemade Decadent Chocolate Fudge Recipe

2016-07-27_13.56.15 ‘Merica, you gotta have that Ghirardelli! Don’t cheat.

1 – 12 oz bag of Ghirardelli milk chocolate chips (don’t skimp)
7 oz of marshmallow cream (OR regular marshmallows lightly heated in microwave for 20-30 seconds)

2 1/2 cups white sugar
5-6 oz of evaporated milk
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
1 stick of REAL salted butter (cut in 1 TBSP slices)
Now grab that apron, put on a smile and let the stirring begin!

Line a 8×8 or 9×13 pan with wax paper- set to the side.
In a large mixing bowl; add the chocolate chips and put the marshmallows on top- set to the side.
In a medium saucepan; add the
sugar, evaporated milk, vanilla and 1 TBSP of butter (reserve rest of butter). Stir well. Cook on medium- high heat, stirring frequently to avoid scorching. Heat until boiling. Continue boiling…

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Christmas in July: Dolly Parton Style

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Dolly in Hollywood… of The South!

JUSTIN SCOTTCredit: Justin Scott/Facebook

If you are any human being that was ever born in the United States then you have heard of THE Dolly Parton. And if you’re too young to understand the name now then you will definitely know about her by adulthood. Not many celebrities can still walk around at age 70 in five inch heels, bouffant hair, full-on makeup and never miss a beat especially while filming around the clock in the brutal, humid southern heat of Georgia. But when you are Dolly Parton you can push those high heels through anything and still look good. Still poised, still professional, still sincere and still America’s icon.
Georgia is no stranger to the spotlight and one little town in particular named Covington has been steadily in the limelight. Covington, a small, growing town right outside of Atlanta has been nicknamed the Hollywood…

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