What a difference a week makes. From Sunday through Sunday, it sure took a twist.
So…there was a big thing that happened this week. A really big thing, and I’m not talking about the election. It was my sorority’s 121st Founder’s Day. As we have the past 4 years, this year we celebrated with Founder’s Day of Giving, as a way to donate money to the Sorority Foundation that supports […]
It’s November! That means it is time for NaNoWriMo 2020, and I’m super excited. I did my writing on the 1st: 1,823 words done out of 50,000. Hooray!!! I’ve still a ways to go, but that’s how this goes. Take it day by day, and I’ll have 50,000 words in no time at all. Last […]
I tell ya – this was a crazy week. Last Sunday, Squatch was with us for a few hours. He had driven down Saturday with MIL for a family birthday party. Little Man and I had a great time with Squatch’s family Saturday evening, and I was so glad for Little Man to get the […]
This year, I decided I wanted to start journaling each day. For Christmas, I requested a Gratitude journal and a Daily Devotions book. If you follow me on MeWe, you will see my daily devotion posts (#DailyDevotions). What I don’t share each day is what I write in my gratitude journal (Good Days Start with […]
This week, I just felt off. I don’t know what it was, but I was not playing my A-Game. I tried my hand at baking, and it was just not to be. My yeast would not activate for the pretzel rolls I so desperately was craving. I tried two separate packets, and neither one took. […]
When did excess become the new normal?
Have you noticed excess around you? How does it make you feel? What can you do about it?
Is it just me, or is the skill of basic human conversation severely lacking lately? I mean, you just cannot have a civil conversation with another person, without it getting political, hostile, or turning into a monologue. Over the past few years, I have noticed that people on various sides of the spectrum (religious v […]
Well, it was a busy couple of weeks. Little Man and I drove down to Illinois to visit my parents for a week or so, and it turned into three weeks. We spent the majority of our time at the lake. We went on so many adventures: Trail Rides, Walks, Hikes at local parks (one […]
Grief is strange. Everyone grieves differently, and it is so difficult to see why one person may completely break down when they heard of a death, while one standing right next to them keeps on, calm and quiet. In my family, we have always been very open about death. From an early age, I was […]