Month: March 2010

Bug’s Birthday Eve – A List of Sorts

1 year and 366 days ago, Bug arrived.  She was beautiful from the moment I saw her perfect little round face. Tomorrow we’ll have a very small party, just grandparents, great-grand parents and my sisters – small and non-stressful for the sweet 2 year…

Blog Tour: Here Burns My Candle by Liz Curtis Higgs

Here Burns My Candle by Liz Curtis Higgs, just didn’t do it for me…. in fact, since confession is good for the soul, I didn’t finish it. Maybe my tastes in books have changed.  I thought I liked historical fiction and use to devour…

Old Men In Coconut Bras and Extra Large Grass Skirts

This week marks the 74th Annual Lions Club Show. This is where you can come see a free variety show, make a donation for a great cause, and see old men in coconut bras and extra large grass skirts. This show always makes me…

So How Are Your Show Goats?

That was a conversation I overheard yesterday. Made me wonder what conversations some one has overhead of mine and if they were taken out of context.  Could my overheard conversations show my true personality? More to that point, do my actions show the true…

Thankful: Overload

I am on “to do” overload. All my stress has been self created, but nonetheless it is there. Today I am thankful for a full life and for never being bored. What are you thankful for today?

Book Review: Mother-Daughter Duet by Cheri Fuller & Ali Plum

I really, really wanted to like this book.  As, I’ve mentioned before, I love non-fiction books.  Most non-fiction books make me want to read and never stop, but not this one. When I found out I was pregnant with my sweet toddler I read…

Book Review: Dancing with My Father by Sally Clarkson

I read a lot and my passion is non-fiction.  I love the way that a non-fiction book makes me feel, like I’m learning something new with the turn of each page.    Rarely though do I read a non-fiction book that makes me feel…