This will be a long one. I normally pick and choose photos but I'm including almost all of the photos I took so my parents will see them. This post will be about a travel adventure but also a genealogy tracking for me and for my Dad as it's his bloodline. The first year in … Continue reading Slovakia via Krakow
Sit back with a cup of whatever and settle in, this is a long one with a lot of thoughts processing. What did you want to be when you were young looking ahead at life? Most of my teenage years were spent wanting to be a pilot of a fighter jet then it changed to … Continue reading When We Grow Up
Loved and missed every day. Yet I feel you with me still.
We had an awesome dog in my childhood. Phydoux (our alternative spelling for Fido) was energetic and happy, had soft curly but not kinky hair and a super cute face. He was a poodle/terrier mix so I had little idea that I was allergic to dogs until being around other ones more as an adult. … Continue reading A Dog, A Mom and A Prom
Me: "What do you mean she's at a wellness spa in the Hamptons Dad? It's Valentine's Day weekend." Dad: "That's what she wanted, so that's where she is. Your Mom wanted to go to the Hamptons, to this spa." Me: "That's weird." Later that day... Minnie and Mickey Mouse announced their separation to the media. … Continue reading Mickey is Single
It was a holiday celebration at my parent's house but it wasn't any house I've seen before. It had a breakfast bar with stools and a dining area. A lot of people were around; children, brother, adults, teenagers, and ... Alton Brown. Yes, I said it. Mr. Brown was a guest and he seemed well … Continue reading Alton Brown Guest Star
January has brought a lot of high points and some disappointing lows. High: We have been pet sitting a ferret the past week and it's been so much fun. He's the sweetest, best tempered ferret I've ever seen. Yes, he gets into things and he poops on our floor but can't blame him. He's in … Continue reading Highs and Lows