I decided to try this recipe the one weekend that I had both of my kids home from college for winter break. After hearing stories of getting up just in time for class and not making it to the campus cafeteria until lunch time, I figured I would try to give them a break from Pop Tarts and granola bars for breakfast.
We were empty nesters, living our lives exactly the way we wanted each and every day. Until…we let the in-laws move in.
First and foremost, remember it’s about your son or daughter, not you!
The cooler weather is upon us in the northern US and it is time to bring the succulent plants inside.
In the mid-1990’s I was welcomed into the wonderful world of motherhood. I had a son in March 1995 followed by a daughter in January 1997. Those two beautiful babies became my heart and soul. Through them I learned about unconditional love, they were my everything. Being the best mother I could be to them […]
I will admit it-this morning I woke up in an awful mood. Was it the Monday blues? Partially I suppose. I know I did not want to go to work this morning. But I know that there is more to it. I went to bed in an awful mood.
People will think that you are the nanny.
Tree. A metaphor for life.
October is here and it is the season of ghosts and goblins, spook or be spooked and most importantly tricks or treats.