Trader Joe's Brookies

Brookies and Peanut Butter Lovers Reese’s

Trader Joe’s is my main grocery store. I usually don’t pay the sweet treats section any mind, but the other day I decided to peruse it as I strolled by. Something caught my eye. Brookies. I do enjoy a good chocolate chip cookie once in a while and I love brownies. I was intrigued enough […]

Bonchon fried chicken

Korean and Italian Delights

This is the year that I try lots of different restaurants for my birthday list. So much good food. I’m only about 1/3 of the way through my list with fewer than two months to go until my birthday. Life happens. I’ll try to finish the list by the end of the summer. So, Korean […]

family photo of Easter meal

Guest Blog Post: Something New

I invited fellow blogger Abby Mumford to write a guest post. Check out her blog “My Mumblings”! The short version is that recently I became the recipient of my grandmother’s wedding china. That’s not a new thing, you say, that’s old! But, dear reader, it’s my first time owning proper dishware! Everything else that’s resided […]

Young Living

Young Living

My mom was introduced to Young Living essential oils by her former massage therapist. The oils have helped her chronic stuffy nose/sinus problems (she uses a diffuser) and have also helped the circulation in her legs (she uses an oil in unscented lotion). I’ve been having unexplained pain in my abdomen, so I decided to […]

matchbox art at Eliot School

Matchbox Art Class

Every year, I like to try a new art form, such as glass blowing, ring making, mosaic tiling, Turkish water marbling….there are so many art classes to be taken! This year, I picked up a brochure from The Eliot School in a lobby and read through it. I decided to try a one-session matchbox art […]