What's on your summer reading list? Riley has some ideas.... Mary Buchan, MidLifestyle RNventor is hosting a book blog hop during her virtual book launch of Over iT. Thirteen amazing authors --including me! --will make you think, cry, laugh out loud or all three. Each author will give you a . . .
Oh, God and I do mean God, because who else could have created such incredible beauty? Tectonic shifts and erosion and ferrous oxide, yes, I know, but all that had to start somewhere and I do believe that a Universal Force, the Divine or call it God, ignited this place and the world. We spent four . . .
I don't know about you, but I'm tired of winter. But I know what Punxutawney Phil said last month: six more weeks. So to brighten these last few weeks up, I've got a little box full of wonderfully glittery eyeshadow in all shades, a Mosaic face powder with a little shimmer to it and a few more fun . . .
Is there a sillier song lyric? I mean, seriously, is there? I hadn't heard MacArthur Park in years until it came up on my Sirius rotation the other day. I have NO idea what it means. Click HERE for it. Lyrics are below. But maybe you know a sillier song? Tell you what. Share it here in the . . .
That's right. We roll the dice every single day--why not load them to make sure that it's a happy day? Choose three things you'll do today to make your day happier. No ideas? Here are a few: Take a nap. Guilt-free. Call your grandchild. Read a few chapters in a good book. Cook something . . .
I'm looking for some delicious summer recipes that are healthy, but still satisfying for a healthy man's appetite. Thanks to climate change, our summer's been unusually warm. Hubby does not like to grill outdoors, nor does he like fish. You would think these two caveats would still leave plenty of . . .
Disclosure: All opinions (good and bad) are my own. I received no compensation or free products for this post. Don't let me fool you: I am a girly-girl and anyone who really knows me gets that. I like nothing better than to be knee-deep in fun clothes, fabulous shoes, silky lingerie, funky . . .
Happy birthday to ME! And trust me, I plan to have a really good one! I awakened from the nightmare of youth a long time ago, thank God. Age has brought with it the blessing of clarity about so many things and is still illuminating my life. We're never too old to grow and learn. One thing . . .
Here's something I didn't know. Back in Edwardian and Victorian times, mail was delivered several times a day in big cities--sometimes as many as six. Now, the postal service can't even manage six days a week, but back then, mail was the thing. Telephones were non-existent. The picture postcard . . .
I opened the door to the ladies' room at a restaurant in Sonoma and found this interesting configuration. Double-click the photo for the full effect. I wondered if perhaps there had been a board meeting in the toilet. Or maybe "proof of going" was required for something. You know, sort of like . . .