As July Fades to Black

July literally came in with a bang as we celebrated our country’s independence on the 4th of July. As I was going through my phone looking for pictures to highlight the month, it appears I spent a good part of each day, looking up at the sky and watching soccer. Soccer has become a lifestyleContinue reading “As July Fades to Black”

Fear, Ego, Truth & Love

My husband and I spent the weekend in Virginia. Lately, we had somehow fallen into that “same old dull routine” of quiet lazy comfort and while that’s okay for a while, sometimes you have to “spice” it up. So, since we’re not into “pina coladas and getting caught in the rain”, if you don’t getContinue reading “Fear, Ego, Truth & Love”

National Student Athlete Day

April 6th is National Student Athlete Day. Being a student athlete is not an easy task, it takes hard work and discipline to be a successful athlete while pursuing an education. For this I want to recognize the hard work and dedication of my son and his friends who have been enjoying the game sinceContinue reading “National Student Athlete Day”

Bloganuary #6 – Someone Who Inspires Me & Why

As a parent, you hope and pray that you are a positive example and an inspiration to your kids. It really is a welcomed bonus when you find yourself being inspired by them. I am inspired by my 20-year-old son. He is talented, disciplined, smart, and loves the game of soccer. He’s not perfect byContinue reading “Bloganuary #6 – Someone Who Inspires Me & Why”