After a Saturday of tramping through homes in our first target neighborhood, we realized that we had made a few unhelpful assumptions, had some overly generalized ideas and unformed and uninformed expectations.
I was 27 years old moving in and age 58 moving out. No wonder our family home was more than bricks and mortar to us. Nothing unusual about it except that our story happened within it.
Kid diving off the diving board. Shooting hoops. Playing jacks. Riding bikes. I might have drawn a picture of any one of those things on the first day of school. I couldn’t wait to tell about our vacation to Lake Erie, or swimming lessons, or our neighborhood wagon train. Now, this September I’m a bit hung […]
A letter to my father-in law, Bob, was way overdue, especially since he very much enjoys getting newsie letters from his friends and family. He will soon be 91 years old and Les is his brother who is a little older or a little younger. They live together in Bob’s Texas condo.
Here’s how a few winter daydreams turned into my DIY reality one cushion at a time.
Brightly decorated patios appeal to my love of color. Come see how the color poppy updates and revives our consignment store Brown Jordan patio furniture find.
Following a little road trip to a strawberry farm…
Leslie had me at Wild Boomba. She double had me with the first Wild Boomba post I read, My Worst Nightmare. She made me laugh so hard that Bruce watched me with his what’s wrong with you woman look as I tried to read Leslie’s post aloud. I like her a lot. She’s funny and […]
Last week I enrolled in an art course just in time to attend my first art class! A few days ago I started a class in Copper Enameling at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center in downtown Columbus.
Can I tempt you? I thought so. You’re so easy and so am I. Try this Chicken Cacciatore that is simple, easy, healthy and full of flavor.