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Charley Davidson series-MUST READ

I love to read and one of my favorite series right now is the Charley Davidson series written by Darynda Jones. The seventh in the series just came out and of course I consumed its contents in just two days. Now I have to wait another year or more for the eighth. If you are not familiar with this series then we shouldn’t be friends. Just kidding! But...

A post just to post

I have gotten to a point where I have run out of things to say. I feel that by now I should have developed some kind of tone or direction with my blog. Instead it is a bunch of random topics thrown into one. I should probably be OK with this considering it is so classically me. I am a bit eccentric and a dreamer. My mind races with new ideas and I can...

What I have learned in my first three years of marriage

I’m quite positive that there are many blog posts out there with the same subject. I have read some and every once in awhile I will stumble upon some new food for thought regarding my own relationship. My husband and I have been married for three years this past September. Prior to that we lived together for two. There was certainly a learning curve...

What I Hate Most About Being Sick

My head is a bit fuzzy and if I had not been laying in bed all day I would have thought I was hit over the head by a 2 x 4 then run over by a truck. My nose is stuffy and runny at the same time and my mouth is dry and stale from having it open to breathe. My nose is raw from tissue overuse and my eyes are puffy. Attractive, right? Even though all of...

A Painting Party

I seem to have picked up a severe cold and was a bit exhausted yesterday after a painting party to blog about said party. I will have to write two today to make up for the one I missed yesterday. I have never been to a painting party and I was extremely nervous. I was an art major during my undergrad but I have not so much as picked up a crayon since...

Day Trip to New York in Photos

A train ride into the city. . A short stop in New Brunswick. New York always amazes me with the amount cultural diversity it holds. A short walk around the streets before my husband’s voice coaching. The dinner at Viand Cafe. Next trip to the city is next weekend. Hopefully more photo opportunities.

Don’t be a Scrooge

retrieved from http://toplowridersites.com/galleries-related-charlie-brown-christmas-dvd-charlie-brown/ It is quite astounding to me that people have started to hate the holidays. There is nothing more magical than Christmastime. I love everything about it. I love the Christmas lights, the trees, the decorations, wrapping gifts, giving gifts, Christmas...

When Pugs Fly

Me and Scout For the past several years my husband and I have entertained the idea of becoming Expats in Germany. Ever since then, I have had quite the conversation with myself regarding my little fur ball, Scout. Scout is a little black pug who has given me my first glimpse of the maternal love a mother has for her child. Since we don’t have any children...

A few words for Nana

My grandmother on our wedding day in 2011 As Thanksgiving approaches I can not help but feel giddy. I have always loved the holidays and Thanksgiving was the official start to the season. Growing up I never quite realized how important traditions were to me until they stopped happening. However, the one thing that always stayed the fairly consistent was...

Riding in cars of trains

This weekend my husband and I will be taking a train up to New York City. I have never had much affection for the Big Apple with its over-populated streets, subway smells, and the city’s overall need for speed. With my husband’s increasing need to go to the city because, “that’s where things happen,” I find myself occupying space on its streets more...

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