TV… Ain’t What it Used to Be!

Saturday night, Jesse and I found ourselves without kids. We could do whatever we wanted! So, we decided to get comfy and browse Netflix. Screw the grown-up, go-out world. A night in was… Continue reading

Now for the Resolutions…

2015 has officially started, and as my brother so eloquently put it… you’re still the same person you were yesterday. Indeed… he is correct. You have the same DNA, the same job, same… Continue reading

My 2015 Goals… For the World to See

The new year is upon us. This is the perfect time to re-evaluate priorities and goals. So, I’ve done just that. Without goals a person could wander through life aimlessly. Without writing down your… Continue reading

Carpet Cleaning and My Control Issues

I have a natural tendency to be controlling. I know I do. I inherited it from my mother and my grandmother (love you guys!). I try to keep it in check, to keep… Continue reading

Paw Prints on My Heart

I started to say that I’d found a dog, but the truth was… she’d found me. I had just left the school, along with every parent in the county and was mozying down… Continue reading

A Lesson from the Garden

I’m not a great gardener, I won’t lie. I enjoy it and I have success here and there, but I’m no expert. I have my vegetable garden split into two. In the front side… Continue reading

A Trip to the Big City

Last week, the hubster and I went to Seattle for the night. We had reservations at an old hotel in downtown Seattle. We were blocks away from the Space Needle, and Pike Street… Continue reading

Remain Steadfast

This morning when my alarm went off at 4:40am, I simply turned it off. I didn’t hit snooze, I turned it off. I fell back into bed, knowing full well that sleep would… Continue reading

Cake… An Issue of Civil Rights?

First question… would you want someone that adamantly disagrees with your marriage to bake you a cake for your special day? My own answer would be no. Why would I want someone to bake me a… Continue reading

Mad Middle Class Mom’s Take on the Death Penalty Debate

Today marks the 25th anniversary of Westley Allan Dodd’s execution by hanging. He was convicted (beyond the shadow of a doubt) of killing three young boys, and even admitted plans to further his… Continue reading