My Life As A…Rock Band Manager?!

This morning, as I was planning the day for my three minions, I realized something… My life is like that of a rock band manager…hear me out people… 1) I am constantly on the road ‘touring’ with the band. If we are not at the ball field, on our way to the ball field, or […]

The Raven – Book Review

Back in March, I told you about a book called Annabel Lee by Mike Nappa. At that time, I told you I loved this book, and the author was coming out with a new one called The Raven. I was hoping I would be selected to read and review this book when it came out this […]

Find Awesome Art Supplies on Groupon

This is a sponsored post. All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine. My daughter is turning eleven in two weeks. Being as how she is in the ‘tween’ age range, buying gifts has become a little challenging. However, she loves art. Art pencils, molding clay, skinny markers, fat markers, water color paints, acrylic paints, […]

Book Review – Disillusioned

Ok folks…summer took a serious toll on this gal. Kids…everywhere. Productivity…nowhere! I have so many books that I was given copies of, in return for an honest review here in my space on the interwebs…and I’m sooooo far behind! But, I have to tell you, the most recent book I read, Disillusioned by Christy Barritt […]

Book Review – More Than Rivals

Hi Friends! Over the past 4-5 years, I’ve had the opportunity to read and review several books. The books are always given to me, and in return, I provide an honest review here. This time, I have the honor and privilege to write my husband’s words here for the review of the book More Than […]

Scrumptious Blueberry Cobbler

Whenever we have family and friend gatherings, one of my most requested dishes is my blueberry cobbler. The kids and I are having very special guests for dinner tonight and I’m making this dish for our dessert. So, I thought I would share my recipe with you all. I have adapted this from The Pioneer […]


I once read that things are different in the hands of different people. For example, a paintbrush is much different when in the hands of Monet versus a child. A basketball is much different in the hands of Michael Jordan than those of Babe Ruth. A piano sounds much different when played by the hands […]

The Journey

As this summer continues to unfold, I am excited to share new experiences with my children. Every summer before this one, my kids have had to go to ‘camp’ all day. They’ve typically enjoyed it because the camp they’ve attended has kept them crazy busy! (So there’s less ‘mom-guilt’ for me.) This is the first […]