The draft of this post has changed direction several times since I started writing it last Friday. It started out as a casual post that morphed into a rant and then changed focus again as I tried to make it more positive. Last week I was struggling with the notion that my life had gotten … Continue reading
It’s sort of an in-between time where we live. The leaves are just starting to change color, and we still have afternoons with temperatures in the 70s. We certainly hung on to summer with all our might, but I know that the chilly, shorter days are just around the corner. In the meantime, right now … Continue reading
Ahhhh…. autumn! The best time of the year, in my humble opinion. I’m a New Englander, and this southern heat kills me each year. I look forward to cool mornings and evenings with the same eagerness as a 5-year-old does to Christmas. Yesterday morning, while brushing my teeth, I noticed an odd burnt aroma. It took … Continue reading
It’s only a few more days until the official start of fall, my favorite season, hands down. Growing up in New England, most of my favorite memories involved colorful leaves or Halloween or apple orchards, and I actually looked forward to going back to school! The air was crisp and notebooks were brand … Continue reading
Today’s Five on Friday will be short and sweet. (Don’t you just love those types of blog posts? The rambling ones can be okay sometimes, but there are days when you just want to skim some useful information and move on, instead of reading someone waxing poetic on a touching story in their life or … Continue reading
Welcome to Friday Fun, a bit of nonsense or lighthearted discussion in anticipation of the weekend. This week: more than you ever wanted to know about what I eat for breakfast. True story: About two years ago, I was shopping at a local grocery store, not having a great time because I had gone there … Continue reading
There’s 104 days of summer vacation, ‘til school comes along just to end it… We don’t live in Danville with Phineas and Ferb, so our summer vacation wasn’t quite 104 days. In fact, it seemed much shorter; school is soon coming along to end it for many of us! (For a few of our friends … Continue reading
We are back and refreshed after a long weekend with old friends! It wasn’t all fun and games–wait, YES IT WAS! Still, we did manage to learn a few things while we were having fun. Here are the five lessons we took away from our time away: Stepping away from your daily routine gives you … Continue reading
Do you love our blog? We do! Well, I can only speak for myself, but so far, it has provided Lynn and me with a great opportunity to collaborate, to brainstorm ideas, and to express our creative selves. In fact, I think it keeps us feeling close despite living several hundred miles apart. The physical … Continue reading
For the last few days, I was tossing around different ideas for the Friday Five and I kept coming back to smart phones, and how I use mine for practically everything except actually talking on the phone. Bingo! I could easily list five ways that I use my smart phone. It was kind of a … Continue reading
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