I’ve done all the hard work, so you just have to pick your dates and pack! Continue reading Top 10 Tips for Your Grand Circle National Park Tour
Yes, non-believers, these are pics of all the food I have cooked in quarantine. Mind you there were a lot of dinners that consisted of my all-time fave of cheese, crackers, and fruit, but, yes, I have been venturing into the kitchen a lot during the past five months. Working more than full-time was never conducive to spending hours in the kitchen making dinner so … Continue reading Hell Has Frozen Over
Down the rabbit hole on a Wednesday (I think or is it Tuesday?)…I just finished reading John Grisham’s latest Camino Winds. And when I say read, I actually mean listened to as I’ve been checking out audio books lately, but more on that later. The story itself, like most of his novels, is fast-moving and engaging. And timely as it takes place during a hurricane … Continue reading Warriors, Come Out to Play…
I’ve spent a lot of our stay-safer-at-home lockdown time looking back instead of forward. One week, I threw out all the frayed and peeling photo albums, gathered the random photos strewn throughout the house, and put them all in chronological order in little plastic boxes that I ordered from Amazon. Now, for years to come, whoever is interested can leaf though my life in 12 … Continue reading Old School Photos & New School Video Calls
Just watched the series finale of Homeland…yes, some seasons were uneven, but I don’t care, I loved Brody and Carrie and now I love Yevgeny and Carrie! She’s coolly beautiful, they’re devilishly handsome, what’s not to like? [Spoiler Alert] But I digress, more specifically about the final season, I loved Hugh Dancy (real-life husband of Carrie) joining the cast as a crazy warmonger, using an … Continue reading All Good Things Come to an End, but Maybe it Makes Room for New Things?
How did I miss this video from 2015…maybe I was out running or rubbing age spot concealer on my face or looking for 3/4-sleeve t-shirts? Anyway, there’s a lot of truth in this hilarious video! (Apologies in advance for some of the language.) Continue reading Still F**kable After All These Years?
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff at Work by Richard Carlson, PH.D. I know you’re already judging me…wow, can’t you pick that up at the airport discount book bin? I thought this same thing when I got it from my mom about 10 holidays ago. I actually didn’t read it until about six months after receiving it when I came across it under a pile of … Continue reading Good Read for a Hectic Life
This is the excerpt for your very first post. Continue reading Early Retirement = More Time to Travel
If your four-legged family member is taking any kind of medicine, check out your nearby Costco for inexpensive prescriptions. I saved 50% off the cost of my dog’s daily prescription when I switched it from the vet to my local Costco. If you’re not a Costco member, depending on your savings, it might even make sense to pay the membership fee so you can take … Continue reading Costco Comes in Clutch