It’s March 20th, do you know what that means? Well, it’s the first day of Spring and the vernal equinox! We look forward to longer and warmer days ahead! And for the first day of spring…. some freebies! Head on over to Rita’s for a FREE cup of Italian Ice! And head over to DairyContinue reading “Hello Spring!”
Being rational is so, so hard. Just ask the Pi.
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,Continue reading “Back to the books!”
Seems like about forever and a day since I last wrote a post. Sorry about that…life is life.. as you well understand, sometimes things family life gets a little hectic and time just goes by way too fast! Indeed, time flies when you’re having fun! But there’s so much to write about, so much goodContinue reading “Wowza! It’s Been Over a Month?!?”
Emma and Vivian were blessed enough to be invited by a friend to Emmalee’s Art-Abration, hosted by Sherry’s Craftastic Cottage, this Art-Abration is an annual celebration event for families of children with special needs. The goal was for the children to enjoy the gift of art and to build friendships in an inclusive environment and isContinue reading “Emmalee’s Art-Abration was a Blast!”
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Over the weekend we were able to visit the 4th Annual Santa’s Workshop, sponsored by The Inspire Foundation, whose mission is to bring music and the arts into the lives of those with special needs, hosted by Trinity New Life Church, visit lots of fun activity tables that the children thoroughly enjoyed, and see SantaContinue reading “We Visited Santa’s Workshop!”
Continuing with the American Indian Heritage, I’d like to share one of my all-time favorite recipes with you — A yummy American Indian, spicy, hominy-based, based stew that will warm your heart and on any cold weather day. Ingredients: 1 pound ground beef 1 pound ground turkey 1 pound ground pork 1-2 tablespoons olive oilContinue reading “Hopi Corn Stew Recipe”
Yesterday would have been my mother’s 61st birthday if she were still with us on the earth. Her birthday is always a little tough, even though I try to think about the wonderful memories I have of her and the good times we had together. But after 21 birthdays without her here, those vivid memoriesContinue reading “Happy Birthday to My Angel Momma”
My View on November November is traditionally, as most people know it, the month of the year, where we remember to be Thankful for the blessings in our lives, when all too often, we forget that we are blessed with so much. November is also American Indian Heritage Month. And as we close the chapterContinue reading “A Thanks and Giving American Indian Heritage Month”