89 Days

(Daily Prompt: Goals)   When you started your blog, did you set any goals? Have you achieved them? Have they changed at all? I am a novice blogger.  I started this blog on March 8th of this year, 89 days ago.  When I started, I really didn’t know what I was doing only that I … Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape

Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape

Escape is defined in the dictionary as a verb meaning to slip or get away, as from confinement or restraint; to gain or regain liberty. In today’s world of fast paced work and constant busyness, escape to me means to “slip or get away” from the chaos of society, the pressures of work or school, … Continue reading

Sugar Waffles

This waffle recipe is from Whipped The Blog which I found on Pinterest. I have made this recipe every Sunday for my family for about 6 months. Needless to say, they love it! So, I am giving it an “Excellent” for taste and outcome. For preparation and baking, I give it a rating of “Not … Continue reading

“Frickin’ Button”

“Frickin’ Button”

Today I decided that Thursdays would be “Kid Story” day.  I’ll be sharing funny little true stories about my adventures with my kids. Today’s story is “The Frickin’ Button.” One day we were waiting for the ferry to cross the Puget Sound into Seattle.  It was a beautiful day.  The sun was shining through all … Continue reading

Girls Don’t Give In

(Comfortable? Advice from a mom.) If there was one piece of advice that I would give to young women it would be this, to try to find the balance between being stylish and comfortable. I have friends that can wear high heel shoes all day long and still look great walking down the hall. That … Continue reading

Am I an Entrepreneur?

For the last week, we planned, executed and recovered from hosting and organizing a kids and family conference.  It was all worth the work and sleepless nights.  It was an amazing weekend!  That said, I have been slowly trying to get back into the groove of writing and blogging again.  As well as, recovering from … Continue reading

How I Met Your Dad..the story continues

That morning I walked slowly from the clinic back to work. I remember that it was a beautiful sunny day in Seattle. The heat was radiating from the side-walk and I could feel the sun beating down on my black hair. As I entered the office building, I could feel a gust of cold breeze … Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns

Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns

Patterns are not only visual and textual but we as humans create our own patterns in life. Patterns that help us get through each day from the moment we get up to the moment we go to sleep and then we start all over again. Patterns help us at home, at work, at school and … Continue reading

Low-Carb/ Low Glycemic Meatloaf

I know that you’re probably saying, “How can that be good?”  I promise you, that it is.  I give this recipe a “very good” for taste and outcome.  I give it a “fairly easy” rating for preparation and cooking. This low-carb meat loaf recipe is similar to the one from my childhood, but without the … Continue reading

Through the Door…

Through the Door…

She tried to put her key into the door but it wasn’t opening. Darn door…I told the landlord the lock was getting too worn. Now I can’t open it! Then she noticed that the lock was different and so was the door. She stepped back and looked at the address above the doorway. It’s the … Continue reading

Thank You…

I am very honored to be nominated for the Liebster Award.  Thank you to Aunty Amo of Fictitious Amo for nominating me.  Aunty Amo is a great blogger, writer and new friend that I got to know through the A-Z April Blogging Challenge. The Liebster Award is a blog ‘award’ that goes around from one … Continue reading


Skeet shooting is a recreational and competitive sport where participants, using shotguns, attempt to break clay disks that are projected into the air from two fixed stations at high-speed from different angles. When you are skeet shooting, once you have signaled for the target to launch (mine is to say “pull”) and the clay disc … Continue reading

Slow Cooker Coconut Chicken Curry

This recipe is one of my own.  My family loves it and it’s so easy! Slow Cooker Coconut Chicken Curry 1/4 cup whole unsalted cashews 1 pound skinless, boneless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch pieces Salt To Taste 2 tbsp  vegetable oil 3-5 squares of Golden Curry (Golden Curry comes in mild, medium and hot. … Continue reading