Join me as I learn how to go beyond my own predispositions and just enjoy taking the scenic route. … Read More Taking the Scenic Route
I’ve been unsettled the last few months. I’ve started a new job, moved into a new house, got married and had a few other major challenges. None of those are bad; they just have me feeling quite out of a routine lately. Do you ever have that? I can’t seem to get a new… Read More Actively Enduring
Today I wanted to take an opportunity and list some of the RA resources I find most helpful and encouraging. I tend to like communities that encourage and try to uplift each other in contrast to those that create an environment of negativity. Please don’t misunderstand me…sometimes it is hard for me to remain… Read More Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Resources
I took the dogs for a walk the other day at a local park. It had been foggy the night before so the overnight freezing temperatures coated everything in a beautiful frost. I couldn’t resist snapping a few pictures. While we walked I saw Violet itching to break out into a full sprint and… Read More Walking in a Winter Wonderland
My vinyl obsession continues. Yes those are Christmas albums you see here. What?! I am preparing for the holidays. 🙂 Truly, though…my grandparents called me one summer evening this year and asked if I would like a box of older vinyl records from my great aunt’s house. I immediately said yes without knowing what was… Read More Vinyl Obsessed
If you haven’t been hiding under a rock you’ve probably heard the song “My Humps” by the Blackeyed Peas. She sings about her lovely lady lumps and bumps and I’ll be the first to admit it is quite catchy. Today I’m sharing a product with you that is helping with my not so catchy or… Read More Not So Lovely Lady Bumps
I currently rent property that backs up to a wonderfully typical Wyoming field. The field even includes cows that come to visit on occasion. As I sat outside drinking my coffee and enjoying the view one morning I thought about those time-lapse videos that show us the changing landscape of a particular location. It sparked me to wonder… Read More Now Presenting: My Backyard
Like many others I would pick wildflowers as a girl (mostly dandelions) and take one petal off the flower at a time reciting the old “He loves me. He loves me not.” chant. As a lover of data to prove trends and conduct trend analysis I wish I would have taken notes on how… Read More He loves me. He loves me not.