So without further ado, my top 10 posts of 2011 (well, view in 2011, they could have been written before that):
A Possum Tale, or everything I never wanted to know about possum - With nearly 10,000 views, and 3 times the number of the next highest rated post, I have to wonder about a lot of things, but I'm glad that the world is apparently entertained by our possum experience.
Chocolate Cheesecake Strawberries - Now this is more of my kind of post, and entirely yummy! They were a thank you gift for a friend, and were featured on TipJunkie. They are also my most-pinned post from this blog on Pinterest.
Pink Lemonade Cupcakes - Another cooking experiment, these were for Faith's end of the year class party at church and they were so good. I've made them since too.
Recycled Art - Soda Bottle Jellyfish - F&B and I really enjoy the whole recycled art genre (literally, art from scraps and things you're not keeping), this jellyfish from a 2 liter soda bottle was the most popular of those posts.
Sidewalk Chalk Paint Fun - This is an older post, from 2009, but it's one of my higher pinned, and it's a whole lot of fun. Just two ingredients and you've got sidewalk chalk paint. And, it's non-toxic!
Our Summer Bucket List Top 10 - We weren't quite successful in all of them, but we did do quite a few, and some others not included (this was the beginnings of Ben's chain of books!).
Homemade Rocket Pops - Not only were these a hit, I entered them into a contest at the PX for all the Army Exchanges and won! We received a $1500 gift card to the PX and a choice of exercise equipment, so Shaun got a fancy-schmancy treadmill!
Top 10 Freezer Meals - Just a grouping (finally) of my favorite freezer meal recipes, which is making me want to get started on a Colorado round. We had to finish our stash before we moved from Texas and I miss having go-to meals!
Apricot Chocolate Chip Granola Bars - These are one of my favorite recipes for the kids. They don't have to be apricot/chocolate chip--any dried fruit, nuts, candy bits will do. Even better, no added sugar (sweetened with honey) and the base recipe is nut free!
Recycled Art - Chipboard Coaster Thank You Note Magnets - These are an old project that I finally blogged. With some scrapbook paper & decorations, you can cover chipboard coasters, attach a photo and a magnet, then write the back as a thank you note. Two bird, one stone!