Grandparents are the foundation of our foundation, yet we don't often have the opportunity to get to know them. They watch us grow, sometimes from a distance and they give us little nuggets of wisdom from time to time, but as a child or even an adolescent, we don't take full advantage of this experience.… Continue reading Saying Goodbye
What a great way to start my morning! I walked out, tea in hand, to check out my garden's progress only to be surprised by these delightful beauties!
I can't believe how fast my garden has matured! Take a look at the progress in my latest blog 👩🌾🌱
After about three weeks in their pots, it was finally time to transplant our plants into their raised garden bed.
Sometime in February, I pronounced to my husband, "This is the year! This is the year we grow our own food!" My husband, being the city-type, looked at me a little confused, but agreed to help where he could. It took until about April to get everything sorted, but finally, I have my little garden. To… Continue reading Suburban Garden – Little Pots
Some things are too personal to share, but then I think about all the women who may feel isolated in their pain and I feel compelled to share my story. The whole point of this is to normalize infertility and the struggle some experience in their attempt to start a family. With this in mind,… Continue reading Life Happens
This past weekend I had the distinct pleasure of attending an annual Gingerbread House Party complete with a White Elephant Gift Exchange and enough sugary candy bits to construct some pretty wicked homes! Without further ado, allow me to present to you: "Chaos in Candyland." We started out with about seven preset gingerbread packages -… Continue reading Candycanes and Sugar Lanes