A few weeks ago, I received coupons for LaCroix Sparkling Water. I’d only had the beverage a time or two at a friend’s home. I enjoyed it but, being the control freak I am, I wanted to try it in my own recipes. The day after I picked up two 12-packs—one lime, one berry—I woke
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Last week America’s favorite PI Tom Selleck (well, favorite actor to play a private investigator) made a deal with Calleguas Municipal Water District’ in Southern California to pay over $21,000 for taking water. Of course the internet has been ablaze with rumors about the H20 being used to water his precious avocado plants. I came
After a long day of work and meetings, I gathered my things and headed to the dojo where my family has a membership. I started going to caged fitness after I sold my treadmill. I never thought I’d look forward to working out but I relish the time on the mat on Monday and Wednesday
Life is a journey inhibited by time. When babies come into the world they are called newborns. In a few weeks they become infants, then toddlers, and preschoolers and so one. After kindergarten, those little wide eyed kindergarteners become bright eyed elementary students. Everything is segmented and compartmentalized in ages and stages dictated by time.
In addition to learning that more than 500 copies of First Family Secrets (affiliate link) have been downloaded from a pirate site, one of my readers sent me a heartfelt email. I won’t go into detail about the entire message but I will respond publically to one question she asked: do you hate The Church? In
Bonefish Grill is one of my favorite places to eat. It is a place we go for “special” date nights. Every time we go, the hubs and I always get at least one appetizer of Bang Bang Shrimp—“crispy shrimp, tossed in a creamy, spicy sauce”. In Montgomery, we lived rather close to the restaurant.
This year, my goal is to find freedom in every area of my life. Outside of my relationship with God, my marriage is perhaps the most important relationship in my life. I know many of you will ask, “Don’t you have children? Shouldn’t they be the most important relationships you have?” and I’ll respond, “No”.
“I have seen something else under the sun: The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong, nor does food come to the wise, or wealth to the brilliant, or favor to the learned; but time and chance happen to them all.” – Ec. 9:11 Last fall, my seven year old
Outside of questions about autism and public relations questions, one of the most frequent questions I get is “how do you cook dinner every night while being so busy”. I think economics and the desire to eat great food every day plays a roll in me preparing most of my family’s meals. Below is a
NOTE: I received this product to review from http://www.goodlookingdiscounts.com/. While this product was offered for free, the opinions about the Neuro Unclipped are my own. The packaging is beautiful. Inside of box. The Neuro Unclipped is a sleek piece of equipment. First thoughts … At first look the Neuro Unclipped by Paul Mitchell is a
I grew up in the South—Mississippi as a matter of fact. My exposure to racism as a child was nothing like you’d expect. To date, the area I grew up in is still relatively segregated. Not necessarily in a bad way but segregated nonetheless. I didn’t encounter the “N” word shouted at me from the
Mull over the title of this post.. For the longest time, I looked at the things most people would consider as blessings as hindrances or restraints. I used my children as an excuse not to work out or to do things for myself. I used my husband and other relationships as an excuse not to