Kindness Ripples

Kindness Ripples

I have found a way to get a little thrill out of grocery shopping. It is a simple act of kindness that only costs 25 cents that brightens my day. Grocery shopping is not high on my list of favorite activities. As a family, we are trying to eat healthier and all those...

A Day to Honor Daddy

Memorial Day changed for me one morning in September. A friend had recruited me to help out with a charity event benefitting families of fallen soldiers. I’m a bit of a yes person when asked to help and this seemed worthy of that response. In has turned out to...
Eat The Damn Raisins

Eat The Damn Raisins

A little over two weeks ago I was having a typical day. I was running errands and going in multiple directions. I try to be a regular blood donor and had made an appointment – half out of good intentions and half swayed by the incentive of an Amazon gift card....
The Endless Possibilities of Lumber and Faith

The Endless Possibilities of Lumber and Faith

On a weekend visit to a home improvement superstore with my husband, I proclaimed I was “drunk on the smell of lumber and possibility.” I love home improvement stores, I love the smell, the energy, and the endless possibilities. I love projects and the...
Cookies & Milk, Are You A Dunker?

Cookies & Milk, Are You A Dunker?

There are two kinds of people in this world (and I’m not talking politics) there are dunkers and non-dunkers. I’m a dunker, so when Jim Smith asked me to review his latest creation, The Dunky Cup, which he designed to make dunking cookies in milk more...
Dearest Self

Dearest Self

I wrote a post (Not-So-Sexy Ways To Love Yourself) over on Show Your Blog Love about ways to love yourself. One of my suggestions was to write a love letter to yourself. It sounds cheesy and a little painful, but I tell you what – do it anyway and be honest....