Just Writing

I love writing. It’s a wonderful way to.get your thoughts, emotions and ideas out your mind without having to speak them to someone else. No one has see what you write, or you can make a blog and post your writing for every to see. And obviously, I’m the latter. And here of late, I have become more honest and blunt about my feelings (sorry if my opinion offends you, but I am entitled to it, just you are yours). Anywho, as I’ve created this wonderful blog recently I’ve had a serious case of writer’s block trying to make the … Continue reading Just Writing

BPOTD (Blog Post of the Day)

Current situation – It’s 2040 and I’m sitting next to my son on his bed. He is insistent I accompany him until he falls asleep at night, every night. And I am typically OK with this, but sometimes, a mom needs a break, even from just sitting on a bed listening to her toddler chatter on about this and that until he nods off into dreamland. Because sometimes, that chatter, and fidgeting can last for well over an hour. Meanwhile. in my infinite wisdom, I’ve decided to pen a book. Not just any book, but a book about my life, … Continue reading BPOTD (Blog Post of the Day)

Back to the books!

As I may have mentioned before, Daddy Shawn has been working towards his Bachelor’s Degree, enrolled part-time to Aspen University’s online program. He’s getting pretty close to achieving his goal of a degree, and I’m super-proud of him and all his hard work. However, sitting on the sidelines, watching him do such a good job, has been a little depressing for me. And I think that’s only because I’m a lover of learning, and always enjoyed continuing my education — in most any way possible. So, what else was there to do but to enroll, myself!?! At the turn of … Continue reading Back to the books!

The Midnight Groom by Taylor Hart

The Midnight Groom by Taylor Hart How much would you bet on true love this Christmas season? After the worst year of his life, Cameron Cruz, owner of the Denver Storm, agrees to a family Christmas cruise with his twin sister and her family. Sure, maybe part of the reason he agreed to go was because it got him out of court-mandated therapy for a week. Still, he was trying to focus on relaxing. He was trying to focus on having fun. He was trying not to look at the reports that came every day from the private investigator’s he’d … Continue reading The Midnight Groom by Taylor Hart

Our Thanks and Giving Tree

This year, for the month of November and in the spirit of Thanksgiving, I decided to make a Thanks and Giving Tree.  I wanted to show the children just a few of the things out of the many that we had in our lives to be so very thankful for.  I started with a simple five dollar kit from Target.  I glued it together and painted it all matte black to make it a little fancier than the pressed cardboard it started out to be.  Also, the kit came with only twenty leaves, and I wanted more than that, so … Continue reading Our Thanks and Giving Tree