How are we all doing? I see some of you (and me) getting ragged and weary because May sucked, plain and simple. More than any other month during the quarantine. I am currently in another migraine cycle that could have been prevented by my neurologist and the insurance company and while this would be something… Continue reading Screw It I’m Eating Tater Tots-Part 14
First published May 22, 2015
Each month we are given a prompt by Netflix and this month it was about being in an unconventional family, to tie in with the new show Grace and Frankie.
what is it about your modern family that you wouldn’t trade for anything in theworld?
Our little family has been very modern, unconventional, quirky, whatever you want to call it, for almost nine years now.
Nine years on the 27th of May…
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Today is our 14th wedding anniversary, not really a "monumental" anniversary but any anniversary you can celebrate is monumental and I think now more than ever, we realize this. We have been together almost 18 years this October but dating is always the easier part of the relationship, so those years almost don't count, do… Continue reading 14
I recently talked about sharing what is in the notes app I keep on my phone and some of you had no idea that you could either keep notes in your phone or that there was even an app to do such a thing, to begin with. This shocked me because I am always late… Continue reading The Notes You Keep
First published on March 9, 2015
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I have had a torrid love affair with wine my whole adult life. When I began socially acceptable drinking (ie-legally), I opted for wine coolers. They were just enough to get you drunk, affordable, and looked really good in your hand when chair dancing at your favorite club. See? No hangovers that I… Continue reading Wine and Migraines and Succulents (Oh My)
I love this story so much and hate that it is buried under four years of writing, which is why it is being reblogged today.
First published May 16, 2016
Ten years ago this month, my daughter and I got married to my husband in a barn.
I have talked about it here before and since I don’t really want to rewrite that post, head to the link if you’d like the backstory.
Our wedding was held in a historic barn from the 1800s that was moved down the road to the site where it sits presently, and on the day we got married in 2006.
If you look closely at the bottom of the picture, you will see “the bench”
The barn isn’t that particularly nice to look at from the outside as far as barns go. I mean it isn’t ugly but I have seen more charming barns…
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