Back-to-school shopping doesn't have to be a money drain. August 12, 2010
August 11, 2010

JWest Pastries and

August 3, 2010


Today my first article for went live. The company and I found each other and are now working together to bring fun travel and foodie stories from a family perspective. So the background info on our first ‘adventure.’ It was a tasting with JWest Pastries. I made the mistake of telling the kids all […]

Posted in: Eats

About Farts…

July 3, 2010


I can remember fondly back to the time when my husband and I began dating. We’d spend countless hours together – talking, walking hand in hand, canoodling, reading…I also remember those not so great times when natural body functions threatened to end our budding relationship. There I’d be, laying across David’s lap watching TV, reading […]

Posted in: Marriage

Where are My Revolutionaries? My Militants?

May 5, 2010


I’m just going to say it. Maybe I’m just feeling my political ovaries today on voting day or maybe just basic injustice has me in a tizzy, but here it goes: Where are all my revolutionaries? The folks who want to march or protest or fall out and Facebook articles now? Arizona has required “papers” […]

Posted in: Politics

At night

March 21, 2010


It’s interesting, when the sun goes down and your children finally slip off into sleep; nothing – not firecrackers, sirens, nor someone changing their clothes and sliding them back under covers – can wake them. Parents awaken, alert and ready for action at the slightest cough, cry or snuffle. Tonight I sit thinking about Spring’s […]

Crazy Momma Takes on Cleaning

February 15, 2010


I’m trying a new technique to get the girls to clean without asking ten times, listening to whining, etc. The girls cleaned their room yesterday, it was spotless, they worked together and made their daddy “the neat freak” proud. They then proceeded to tear up our room & the rest of the house. Last night […]

Posted in: Kids