A woman’s purse can say a lot about her: the style, color, detailing, but what’s INSIDE a purse is what’s really personal. I like to carry my whole life around in my bag, possibly because I’m constantly hopping from one job to the next to family parties or friend get-togethers. Even though my purse could… Continue reading Purse. Handbag. Pocketbook.
So about a month ago, I wrote about my issue with pie face and my new attempt to get it under control. All I have to say as a follow up is HA. I’m not sure who I thought I was trying to start a diet during the holiday season…the time of cookies and peppermint… Continue reading The Whole Pie.
When you think of Starbucks, most likely you think of overpriced (amazing) holiday lattes and mocha frappucinos with whipped cream. You might think of green straws and Christmas cups. But when I think of Starbucks I think of the uppity (best word to NICELY describe them) Christmas shoppers and large groups of teenagers each ordering… Continue reading Rules to live by…at Starbucks
SO. I got my car back on Monday! And yes it was as wonderful as you and I have always dreamed about (I can say always when it was gone for a whole month!). Driving home (haha home…what’s that?) to work, I enjoyed the smoothness of the ride and my luxurious steering wheel (seriously, I’ve… Continue reading Taken for granted.
For those that lost their lives, for those that lost their loves, for those that lost their innocence entirely too young…a day of silence. Taking today to remember some of Heaven’s newest angels: Charlotte Bacon, Rachel D’Avino, Olivia Engel, Dylan Hockley, Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, Jesse Lewis, Ana Marquez-Greene, Grace McDonnell, Anne Marie Murphy, Emilie… Continue reading Remembrance, Respect & Silence
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Please don’t forget … On Tuesday, December 18th, there will be a blogger day of silence. We will post the button and that’s it. Please try to not post anything else that day if possible. We are also raising money that will go to an organization in the memory of this tragedy. The organization is… Continue reading A Moment of Silence…