Hello, friends, and hello, spring!! With the turning of the seasons, I thought it was appropriate to make a post about how to make a positive change in your life, should you choose to do so. Is it trite to do a post about positive change, featuring a plethora of florals, right at the beginning… Read More Making Positive Change – The First 3 Steps
Hello, my friends! So you may recall a previous post by my good friend Brittany on her thoughts about Thinx Underwear. Well, this is my review. Quick disclaimer before we get into it: this post will discuss all things period related – the good, the bad, and the sorta yucky, haha. Ladies, you know what I mean! So… Read More Thinx Underwear Review… Number Two!
Hey, friends! This post is for those of you who want to cut out plastic bags but aren’t into carrying frumpy reusable totes into Sephora. No, we are not about that life, are we? For most of us, gone are the days of slowly perusing down to the market with our baskets to pick up fresh… Read More Cute, reusable totes
Hello, friends! This is just a quick post to ask: what types of posts do you want to see? I tend to just post the items that I’ve been trying, or want to try, or was personally curious about. BUT I want to know what everyone else wants to see. The last post I did… Read More What Do You Want From Me?!
Sadie neither planted nor weeded; Hitler had declared the Jews weeds and plucked them out wherever he found them. She knew that a plant was only a weed if unwanted by the gardener, so she refused to move a single one, and they sprouted up wherever they wanted… – From Mr. Rosenblum’s List by Natasha Solomons
My mother warned me that craziness ran in your family. I should have listened but no, I was young and foolish and easily impressed by your red bicycle and your thick hair. – From Mr. Rosenblum’s List, by Natasha Solomons
Some ideas for Mother’s Day gifts that don’t cost much and don’t waste much.… Read More Reminder: Mother’s Day. DO Something Nice For Her.
For my fiftieth birthday, Sandy gave me a card with the moon on it. He handed it to me when I got home from Greece. It read: ‘I am not the same having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.’ It’s true, I wasn’t. Yet the rest of the story is… Read More Finder of the Commonplace Moon
Well, I could have re-typed this all out, but it’s already been said perfectly by Changes In The Wind. Please enjoy!
This is a brilliant idea. It’s true that people so often complain about Monday, but it doesn’t need to be that way!