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I love to read. To the point that I sometimes DON’T read simply because I know it can consume my time. However, in the last couple months, I’ve really gotten into some great books because my husband loves to read … Continue reading
Seven years ago, I got a pedicure. And a foot fungus. I will never forget the day because it was the day my daughter was born. Shortly thereafter, I noticed 7 of my toenails turning ugly colors. All fell off…except … Continue reading
A few days ago, I posted about gaining a new perspective on housekeeping. After writing that, I started thinking that there should be a follow up. A Part 2. Because the opposite can happen as well. Let me explain. How … Continue reading
Have you ever sat at a red light and waited, and waited, and waited. Like for 5 minutes sitting at that red light, while you get more and more frustrated at how LONG the light is? Have you ever actually … Continue reading
My son is in Colombia and requested that I share our family pizza recipe with some of the people he has met there. So I’m going to post it here first in English then in Spanish. I like to use … Continue reading
Christmas is busy enough, but one thing I feel is worth a bit of extra work is getting together with neighbors to remember what Christmas is really about. Because I want them to know this is special, I want to … Continue reading
When I was growing up, our tradition to show our gratitude on Thanksgiving consisted of going around the table and everyone taking a couple minutes to share what they were grateful for. While this was nice, it was also boring … Continue reading
Okay, this may not seem so “real” to you, but it is for me. Have you ever wished for ways to help your kids learn to recognize their blessings besides just telling them what they are? Or to realize that they are fortunate … Continue reading