Lean on me, when you're not strong, And I'll be your friend, I'll help you carry on, For it won't be long, 'Til I'm gonna need, Somebody to lean on. Lean on me Lean on me; we all remember the inspiring song from the 1970’s by Bill Withers. I have to admit the song was playing in my head ... Read More about Lean On Me: Book Review
“Life always begins with one step outside of your comfort zone.” - Shannon L. Alder As a writer, I constantly search for ways to stretch myself beyond the confines of my comfort zone. To try new writing genres and styles is fun, exhilarating, and scary. It is also necessary to hone my skills ... Read More about MY COMFORT ZONE
Intentional living in the home is a hot topic right now. With my life word for 2020 being “intentional”, it is only natural that I share a bit about our journey towards intentional living in the home, and what this means. Webster defines intentional as something done on purpose, a deliberate ... Read More about Intentional Living in the Home
I recently finished reading 52 Loaves: A Half-Baked Adventure. As many of you know, I love baking bread, which is why I wanted to read this book by William Alexander. In case you missed it, enjoy my post from a few weeks ago where I talk about Baking Day at our house. What a premise! ... Read More about Book Review: 52 Loaves: A Half-Baked Adventure
From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls Talking as fast as you can, is a signature facet of the beloved series Gilmore Girls. It is an endearing component for those of us who love the show, and miss it’s weekly appearance on our TV. Talking fast and lengthy dialogue is an example of what shouldn’t ... Read More about Book Review:Talking As Fast As I Can; From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls
“Can you fix it, Grandma? It’s one of my favorite stuffies. Please!” Can you fix it grandma? I glance down into the deep brown eyes of my grandson, as he thrusts his little pink stuffed pig closer to my face. “Right here. See! A hole, and here and here!” His fingers quickly found each ... Read More about Can You Fix It?