I finally saw the movie ‘Gravity’ recently with Sandra Bollack and George Clooney. It’s been in our DVR que since October, but obviously other things took precedence. I was fascinated that a movie with what seemed like a limited scope and tiny cast could have so much action and found that it lingered in my […]
Ok, so in case you have missed a post or two, Terry and I moved back to Chicago last summer after five years of living in New Orleans. While in NOLA, we made it back to the Midwest every summer numerous times, but only made it back for two Thanksgivings and two Christmas vacations. While […]
Attack of the Pinktober Sharks. Excellent article from The Accidental Amazon about spending consciously and not being taken in by all of the Pink that will be in full effect during the month of October.
Funny, I was averaging almost a post a week for 2014 at the time of my last post on April 1. I even planned to write a post a day in April with this year’s WEGO 30 Day Health Challenge, going so far as to request this year’s prompts. I mapped out posts in my […]
Caregiving is a complicated business. It is hard, but also rewarding. It is painful, but also results in humor and positivity. It is a challenge, but I find I am grateful for the extra burden. I haven’t been in a dedicated caregiver role for another living creature close to me in awhile, but since […]
When I moved back to Chicago from Los Angeles in 2001, I decided that I wasn’t meeting anyone interesting in my everyday world and that I should try on-line dating. I registered for both Match.com and Matchmaker.com and tried my luck. I found the whole process intriguing in those early days of digital matchmaking and […]
When we moved to New Orleans, nearly 4 years post Katrina, there were a lot of stores I missed. Ikea, Crate and Barrel (especially the Crate and Barrel Outlet), Trader Joe’s and Costco were only a few of my favorites that I was missing. However, I was excited to find there was a Kohl’s in […]