Category Archives: months

June Twenty Eighteen

Let’s get right to it, June in pictures. Because it’s already July 18 and June is a distant memory. And, thank goodness. I’ve never been so happy for a month to end. Not that June was a bad month. Just

June Twenty Eighteen

Let’s get right to it, June in pictures. Because it’s already July 18 and June is a distant memory. And, thank goodness. I’ve never been so happy for a month to end. Not that June was a bad month. Just

May Twenty Eighteen

May is all about satisfaction! I ended that with an exclamation point to make it seem more exciting than it really is. All small things but big enough to make me happy and feel satisfied. (Mick would be jealous.) Let’s

May Twenty Eighteen

May is all about satisfaction! I ended that with an exclamation point to make it seem more exciting than it really is. All small things but big enough to make me happy and feel satisfied. (Mick would be jealous.) Let’s

April Twenty Eighteen

Easter kicked off April. Laine announced Easter is her favorite holiday because it’s the day to celebrate the birth of all bunnies. We don’t do the Jesus thing so a day of celebrating bunnies, I can totally get behind this.

April Twenty Eighteen

Easter kicked off April. Laine announced Easter is her favorite holiday because it’s the day to celebrate the birth of all bunnies. We don’t do the Jesus thing so a day of celebrating bunnies, I can totally get behind this.

March Twenty Eighteen

Today is March 31. Saturday. We have NOTHING on the calendar today. It’s been months since we’ve been schedule-free on a Saturday. Technically, we could have gone to the neighborhood Easter egg hunt this morning—I was prepared with eggs—but I’m

March Twenty Eighteen

Today is March 31. Saturday. We have NOTHING on the calendar today. It’s been months since we’ve been schedule-free on a Saturday. Technically, we could have gone to the neighborhood Easter egg hunt this morning—I was prepared with eggs—but I’m

February Twenty Eighteen

It’s Monday and then it’s Friday. That’s what my grandmother, Nan we called her, always said. I miss Nan. She died in November 2013. I remember getting the call. Brian’s dad and Tara were in town, and we had taken

February Twenty Eighteen

It’s Monday and then it’s Friday. That’s what my grandmother, Nan we called her, always said. I miss Nan. She died in November 2013. I remember getting the call. Brian’s dad and Tara were in town, and we had taken

January Twenty Eighteen

Ailment talk. It comes with getting older. And since I celebrated another trip around the sun in January, it makes total sense I’m excited to talk about my ailments. Hang on while I grab some black coffee and fiber pills… Back

January Twenty Eighteen

Ailment talk. It comes with getting older. And since I celebrated another trip around the sun in January, it makes total sense I’m excited to talk about my ailments. Hang on while I grab some black coffee and fiber pills… Back

December Twenty Seventeen

December ended with my favorite week of the year. It begins Christmas night when I take the tree down. I love the feeling of a clean start, with the excitment of Christmas and the year behind me. And, we’re team

December Twenty Seventeen

December ended with my favorite week of the year. It begins Christmas night when I take the tree down. I love the feeling of a clean start, with the excitment of Christmas and the year behind me. And, we’re team