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Posts Tagged ‘gardening’

Mary Beth’s New Lifestyle Blog

January 29, 2015 / Posted by in News

Mary Beth has launched a lifestyle blog about cooking, decorating and adventures with family and friends.  It will be entertaining, informative and most of all fun.  Join Mary Beth and join in the discussion, sharing your ideas and comments. www.plankblog.com

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Mary Beth on an Episode of “CoffeyBuzz”

August 3, 2011 / Posted by in News

“As sands through the hourglass, these are the Days of Our Lives.”   Soap fans will love love love our new CoffeyBuzz episode that is all about Mary Beth Evans, soap superstar best known for her role as Kayla Brady on Days of Our Lives.  Mary Beth was also on General Hospital and As The World Turns, but it’s on DOOL where she met Charles Shaughnessy, our executive producer. And now the two of them are starring together again on the

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Mary Beth’s Latest Blog on Hybrid Mom, “The Fruits (And Vegetables) of My Labor

September 9, 2010 / Posted by in News

“Back in April I blogged about starting my new garden. Now that the long hot summer days have done their magic I wanted to share the results with you. I will admit that I probably over planted, but it was pretty fun. The little orange cherry and yellow pear tomato plants are completely taking over and are incredibly delicious. If you have never eaten a homegrown tomato, you have no idea what you are missing. They are so flavorful…I eat

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“Having a Vision-The Finished Product,” New Hybrid Mom Blog

August 19, 2010 / Posted by in News

“A few weeks ago, I blogged about “Having a Vision” and my friend Marlowe’s ambitious project of renovating a house that is over 100 years old……” http://www.hybridmom.com/blog/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-z5TupgZMA

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New Hybrid Mom Blog, “Work in Progress Update….”

July 8, 2010 / Posted by in News

“Another week of my friends remodel brought some fun ideas for me to share with you…..” http://www.hybridmom.com/blog/

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“Having a Vision,” New Hybrid Mom Blog

July 1, 2010 / Posted by in News

“Last year as the economy was changing a good friend of mine sold the home she and her family had lived in for many years.  I remember when she first showed it to me before buying it….it was such a pit I said “don’t do it.” Luckily she did not listen to me.  They made it a palace and sold it for quite a bit more than they paid for it……”  http://www.hybridmom.com/blog/ Before After

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Diva of Days Interview is Ready for Listening

June 16, 2010 / Posted by in News

Diva of Days interview with Mary Beth is up for listening.  Thanks to Diva for the interview!   http://www.blogtalkradio.com/diva-of-dool/2010/06/16/the-diva-interviews-mary-beth-evans

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“Make a Commitment to Yourselves Moms,” New Blog on Hybrid Mom

April 15, 2010 / Posted by in News

   The other day when I set out to make the video for Hybrid Mom’s mother’s Day contest, I really got to thinking about how things go…especially with motherhood. …….  To read more go to: http://www.hybridmom.com/blog/

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“Garden Whimsies,” Mary Beth’s new blog on Hybrid Mom is up

April 8, 2010 / Posted by in News

If you have been following my blogs, you all have read I love gardening!  In fact one of my favorite birthday presents this year was a gift card to OSH hardware and garden store.  Like most things in my life I don’t necessarily have a preconceived plan, but go at it and it unfolds in front of me.  Read more on Hybrid Mom: http://www.hybridmom.com/blog/

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“Transformation Complete,” Mary Beth’s new blog is up on Hybrid Mom

April 1, 2010 / Posted by in News

“If you have been reading my blog you know I have been working on a new vegetable garden. Like so many things it has taken on a life of its own.  I get a little carried away with the “creating “ aspect and something small turns into a journey, a transformation all-together.  I have been of the mindset of making a spot that is overflowing with fruits, vegetables and flowers.  I think I have achieved that.  It looks more complicated than

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