#16 Horror Book “Cycle of the werewolf”

World of Horror


A werewolf is stalking Tarker’s Mills and only young, wheelchair-bound Marty Coslaw suspects the truth. He enlists the help of his black sheep uncle to identify the shape shifter and destroy him.


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1 Year Blogiversary + Thanksgiving OOTD

2 Classy Sisters

We can’t believe it’s already been one year since we started this blog!  Time has seriously flown by!  We’re so excited about how far our blog has come in a year and can’t wait to see how 2 Classy Sisters continues to grow.  We also want to say a huge THANK YOU to all of you, our followers!!!  We appreciate each and every one of you.  With out you, our blog wouldn’t be where it is today!


Now let’s get into what we wore for Thanksgiving!

Rachel’s Look


| Red Dress Boutique dress | Express cardigan | Toms booties | Dry Goods necklace |

Michelle’s Look


| Dry Goods dress | Express leggings | Express booties | Francesca’s necklace |

We had a relaxing Thanksgiving with our family and enjoyed lots of delicious food!  We hope your Thanksgiving was filled with good food, family/friends, and relaxation!  Again, thank you for following…

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Slow Cooker Beef Stew

Looking Joli Good

As you may remember I had I posted about meal planning and using my crock pot to make Seven Days of Clean Eating Slow-Cooker Recipes.  Here is another one of the recipes that we really enjoyed…

Slow Cooker Beef Stew | lookingjoligood.wordpress.comSlow Cooker Beef Stew

Serves 4 Ingredients

● 1 tsp salt
● 1 tsp black pepper
● 2 1/2 lbs boneless beef chuck roast, cut into 1″ cubes
● 1/2 cup red wine *optional*
● 1 cup beef broth
● 3 Tbsp tomato paste
● 1 yellow onion, diced
● 2 cups sliced mushrooms
● 3 carrots, chopped
● 1 tsp dried rosemary
● 1 tsp dried thyme
● 2 whole bay leaves
● 1/3 cup fresh Italian parsley, minced
● 3-4 garlic cloves, minced or pressed
● 1 healthy pinch of red pepper flakes
*you can add diced potatoes too*

1. Cut beef into 1-inch pieces and season with salt and pepper…

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More Photo Back Drop DIYs.

Ordinary Adventures

Not too long ago, I shared a post with you guys about creating your own photo back drops! You can see my process and post here. I’ve loved using these gorgeous and super simple backgrounds for all my photos lately. It really makes the quality and creative flare of my photography pop. During the first round, I only made three though and I’ve been on the look out for any more styles that would compliment my blog and ideas. While perusing through Target the other day, I ran into some lovely wrapping paper that I knew I needed as backgrounds. These sheets just couldn’t be passed by. So, I grabbed two more large white dry erase styrofoam boards, my tape and scissors, and of course, my new paper!

This weekend I sat down with all of that, and made two more pretty backdrops. I’m already in love with them…

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The Lonely Author

Normally, I try to post a poem on Thursday, however due to the holiday, I will post one today.


They buried Jessie’s older brother today

he just finished turning five

she never had a toy, tv, or internet

yet she’s grateful to be alive

her brother taught her one through ten

by counting her fragile ribs

now she smiles when her stomach growls

as Mama feeds the newborn in the crib

Jessie runs barefoot down a dirt road

in a tattered dress of white

with baby fed, Mama has only one concern

will Jessie eat tonight

According to the United Nations World Food Programme statistics, approximately 3.1 million children under the age of five die each year from hunger or poor nutrition.


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