My family has five family traditions we participate every single year, faithfully. Find out what they are and maybe get fun ideas for your own family.
Geez, I’m really behind on my posts. I read that when a writer feels some burnout, she should take a break, and that’s what I did. Although I wouldn’t say I was burned out so much as out of ideas, or the ideas I thought would work as a post didn’t excite me enough to… Continue reading 6 Reasons to Smile January 2018
I remember the moment like it was yesterday when I informed the girls that one of them had to go to school on the East Coast. We were driving to the grocery store and I was feeling happy and positive; I had just gotten back from a trip to Philadelphia. My mind was somewhere off… Continue reading Leaving a Daughter Behind
Note: I was not paid for this post but my ticket to ShiftCon2018 will be comped in exchange for volunteering at the convention; however my opinions are my own. Nearly two years ago, I signed up to go to ShiftCon. I’m not sure why I did it. I think someone posted the information about ShiftCon… Continue reading #ShiftCon2018 is Coming & I’m GOING!
A few years ago, I ran out of ideas for birthday parties that the girls would enjoy. We’ve done the character visits, the bounce houses, the trips to Chuck E. Cheese’s and Dave and Busters. We drove a few friends to Disneyland and Boomer’s. We have done everything there is to do on a birthday… Continue reading What is a ‘Deconstructed Party Bag?’ and Why Should You Do It Yearly?
I’m not a huge believer in New Year’s resolutions because I’m not sure I’ve followed through on any one of them longer than a month, and that was a really long time for me. In case you haven’t noticed, I don’t have much of an attention span, and certainly have a hard time following through… Continue reading Happy New Year–2017
A few months ago, while on a family vacation in Washington, DC, my mom sent a text and asked, “I thought you were in DC.” I replied that I was but I wasn’t posting pictures because my oldest daughter was staying in our house alone and I didn’t want to advertise that the majority of… Continue reading Why You Should Wait to Share Vacation Photos on Facebook
Dear Dollar Shave Club, First, before I go into my suggestions for improvement, I have to say that I love your product and have been using your blades for years. The blades have always been sharp ( a good thing) and I’ve only had to replace my handle once in a very long time. The… Continue reading An Open Letter to Dollar Shave Club
Despite the numerous setbacks for the week, I managed to take a picture every single day except one, and the one day had a very good reason. I had to get an MRI of my neck, and because I am incredibly claustrophobic, I was heavily drugged. There were no pictures taken on Thursday that I… Continue reading Photographer for a Month: Week 1
Easter is one of those holidays in which we have a family tradition we follow religiously. We don’t have yearly traditions for all holidays but for many we do, and Easter is one of them. We don’t partake in the Elf on the Shelf thing for Christmas (thank goodness–it’s bad enough seeing the mischief the… Continue reading The Last Easter Egg Hunt