Chicago, Family, Favorite Things, Friends, Life, Travel, Universe, Writing

What’s Made Me Smile This Month- December 2021

I was looking through all the images on my phone last week while in the waiting room of my headache doctor, and I noticed my face smiling to all of the pictures in front of me. I've decided to share them with you all. I hope these can make you smile as well. Buddy and… Continue reading What’s Made Me Smile This Month- December 2021

Favorite Things, Podcast

Podcast #30- Changing Perspectives

https://anchor.fm/kari-wagner-hoban/episodes/Episode-30--Changing-Perspectives-e1bqn56 So Rita brought up excellent point about the movie list I shared in the last podcast post, namely that it was heavily dominated by men. So, while on one of our morning walks this week, I came up with my own, with a little help from my husband Mike. By the way, these aren't… Continue reading Podcast #30- Changing Perspectives

Blogging, Favorite Things, Humor, Life, Tater Tots

Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots- Episode 32

If you're new to my blog, welcome! Here is an explanation of the tater tot post. Courtesy Quotepark.com Rumi I once worked with a girl named Rumi who I had no idea shared her name with a famous poet. I just thought her name was lovely. Jalal al-Din Rumi, the poet, has been ringing in… Continue reading Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots- Episode 32

Favorite Things, Humor, Life, Nonsense, Uncategorized

Who’s On Your Guest List and Breaking the Ice

What celebrity guests would you invite to a dinner party? For the sake of this post, pretend you like celebrities. For the sake of this post, they must also be living celebrities. Here are my choices: John and Joan Cusack (in my reality, they come as a package deal) Bonnie Hunt Judy Blume It may… Continue reading Who’s On Your Guest List and Breaking the Ice

Childhood, Favorite Things, Life, Universe

Is Your Favorite Childhood Book the Key to Who You Are?

I was grabbing some glasses out of our dining room cabinet one day when I noticed this book tucked into the corner: Miss Suzy was probably my favorite childhood story book. I felt like I was a child again as I flipped through the pages. It's a bit jarring when my two worlds merge like… Continue reading Is Your Favorite Childhood Book the Key to Who You Are?