The day before Thanksgiving, I found via a Facebook shout out, a blog post by Jennifer P. Williams, whom I had never heard of before. 100 Things I Love. Simple enough and full of amazing things to well, love. At the end of the list, she wrote Inspired by Melisa Wells. WAIT, I KNOW… Continue reading 100 Things I Love
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #NatureMadeWellness College, sigh. Oh sure, I'm not in college anymore, but I am getting an education. Did you know they share a lot of things in college? Did you further know that there are things such as… Continue reading Anatomy of a College Care Package
"Quite often, our Angels and loved ones in Spirit choose hummingbirds to relay their messages. They may guide hummingbirds to hum to validate their spiritual presence and to send us signs and reminders to follow our joy, stand in the light, and stay present in the moment. Your loved ones in Heaven may… Continue reading Hummingbird
Back to school is in full swing here as I am sure it is for you, so I am officially "back" to writing here again. Yes, I was writing posts for sponsored content only because the deadlines couldn't be helped. But I am officially back back today! For all of you who are also going… Continue reading Back to School Necessities for Parents
I discovered this a few weeks ago while innocently hopping over to my profile from Ella's account. Speaking of hopping, my husband's Netflix profile name is Hop Along because he falls a lot. Long story. Let's just say he once fell down the escalator in the John Hancock building and looked like a gunshot… Continue reading Our Dog Has a Netflix Profile and Other Random Bits #StreamTeam
I was driving through my neighborhood this morning and noticed the trees that line the streets. When did these trees get so big? I said out loud to no one. A lot of my life is spent looking straight ahead; at the road while I am driving in my car, at the soccer field… Continue reading When Did The Trees Get So Big?
Ahh, kids. You can work with them for YEARS on habits like brushing their teeth more than once a week, saying excuse me after belching at the Red Robin, chewing and digesting food before singing the Star Spangled Banner at the dinner table. But do any of those things sink in? Hell to the no.… Continue reading Five Things Fuller House Has Taught My Nine-Year-Old #StreamTeam