Not too long ago my husband and I went on a date for the first time in a really long time. When you’ve been married for as long as we have you can sometimes get really comfortable in your relationship and forget that you still need to take the time to nurture and care for […]
It’s inevitable that we’re going to face tough times in our lives. In fact, we’re all living in one of three places in life. We are either living in a trial right now, coming out of one or about to go into one! The most important thing about walking through these difficult times is how […]
The new year begins in less than a week. Many people wait until January 2nd to begin their New Years resolutions with the desire to begin exercising at the top of that list. I’ve decided that I’m not waiting another day to begin exercising!
I am so very thankful for each and every one of you who faithfully read my blog. I love hearing from you, hearing your stories and how my posts encourage you. It makes a difference knowing the things I write and share are helpful.
Are you feeling it yet? That pressure to make the next few days a magical perfection of Christmas Bliss? Are you so busy that you’re incapable of truly being present for Christmas?
One of my daughter’s favorite soups is Butternut Squash Soup. She’ll eat it for lunch, dinner or for a snack. It’s rich, it’s creamy and it’s very good for you. My daughter doesn’t know all the nutritional information about butternut squash but she does know it’s good for her and she loves to eat it. Butternut […]
Today I’m baking my absolute favorite biscotti recipes. Years ago, I found these two biscotti recipes in a popular magazine that was delivered to my home. I was intrigued by these recipes and couldn’t believe that I could actually make biscotti at home. The first time I had biscotti was at a quaint little coffee […]
I’ve already shared how much I love Christmas baking. Before Lyme disease, my list of favorite baked goods was quite long. I could bake for an entire week and I was totally in my happy place.
Preparing for Christmas used to be quite a bit stressful for me, mostly of my own doing. I was a perfectionist, love Christmas and love to have everything beautiful and magical for my family.
I’m looking for a doctor and it hasn’t been easy. I don’t need a Lyme doctor, just a doctor I can go to without fear of being prescribed medication for every ailment or told my cholesterol is bad because I eat eggs and butter. For years I’ve avoided the medical community because I disagreed with […]