It's Tuesday & I am still a walking zombie in recovery mode. Ha. But the crazy busy social weekend was all worth it. I don't always share a weekend recap, but when they're memorable I like sharing here. K's extended family was in town last week/end from Texas, Kentucky, & Tennessee. After work on Thursday … Continue reading The Last Weekend in July
I had a different post scheduled for today but when something emotional happens to you and you're a writer/blogger, you write about it. This weekend I went to my first Pride. There is some bad bad bad stuff happening in our world country right now. It makes me physically sick to think about and read … Continue reading Love, Kindness, and a Little PRIDE
One Saturday afternoon K and I were watching our weekend staple- Aerial America- and we came across the episode featuring Ohio. We were excited to recognize almost all the landmarks, but it got us thinking about the place we've never been in this great state. I suggested an Ohio bucket list for us to work … Continue reading Our Ohio Bucket List
I call Ohio home and have for almost 27 years (a.k.a. my life). We do a roadtrip at least once a year, but there are millions of places I haven't been. Today I'm sharing some places in my neck of the woods that still remain on my bucket list. For me, these places are only 1.5 … Continue reading Ten Midwest Weekending Adventures
Happy Friday ❤︎ Things got pretty serious on Wednesday so I want to spread some joy & change the mood around here today... This week K and I wandered out of our comfort zone and popped into a new local eatery: Dough Co. Doughnuts & Coffee. Right off the bat I will admit that I … Continue reading Friday Favorites: Dough Co.
Last week I took a personality test that revealed my introverted tendencies. I use the word "revealed" loosely, since I'm already well aware of this trait. My head table consists of a husband, two best friends, and a very small handful of good friends. This weekend I was fortunate enough to spend my time with … Continue reading Monday Morning Gratitude
Hate is a strong word, but spring is my least favorite season and I'm beginning to remember why... While I'm grateful to store the snow shovel and bask in the warm-ish weather, I still have some major complaints about this season. Honestly, I'd be good with a week of spring, a week of summer, and … Continue reading I Hate Spring