29 Years Above Water

Today my husband and I celebrate our 29th year wedding anniversary and I have learned that even though there are some do’s and don’ts in marriage, there are no manuals on the right or wrong way to make your marriage work. Marriage is not a “one size fits all” type of relationship and sometimes weContinue reading “29 Years Above Water”

Life’s Highs and Lows

So, yes I’m on the move again. In fact as I write this blog I’m in transit on a flight bound for Florida. This time around the primary reason for this trip is a solemn one. The cycle of life is one sprinkled with highs and lows and ups and downs, and we just haveContinue reading “Life’s Highs and Lows”

Life’s Simple Pleasures

It has been a while since my last post. There are days when it feels right to just sit back, shut up and appreciate life’s simple pleasures. So, this weekend was one of those dedicated to food, family, friendship, fellowship and fun. The July 4th weekend has also become an important milestone in my lifeContinue reading “Life’s Simple Pleasures”

Tribute to my Husband on Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day to all fathers! Whether the status belongs to you through your actions or in name only, today we acknowledge you all. On Father’s Day we show extra love and respect to our dads who are present in our lives and who have made meaningful contributions and have had lasting impact in ourContinue reading “Tribute to my Husband on Father’s Day”

Thursday’s Throwback

Today is Thursday’s Throwback. Join me as I feature some of my favorite old posts you might have missed. “Grateful for change. Change is as simple as the turning of the seasons from fall to winter or the ticking of the clock from day to night. Isn’t it amazing the different perspectives change allows? ItContinue reading “Thursday’s Throwback”

Remember When…

As we start aging, for some of us it’s becomes natural to look back longingly at our younger years. We start remembering the “good ole days” and some of the things we used to do. Yes, we even think about the way we once looked and felt, the heads we used to turn, the heartsContinue reading “Remember When…”

The Puzzle That is My Family

My family is like a jigsaw puzzle. Our purpose and values determined by the sum of all its pieces, with each contributing something different and unique to the big picture. All the pieces are important in different ways, and if one piece is missing the puzzle is incomplete. I have to admit that I missContinue reading “The Puzzle That is My Family”