The Almost Vegetarian: Why I Found it Necessary to Start Eating Chicken Again

Some of you may know that 10 or so years ago, as per doctor’s orders, for my health, I became a vegetarian . Though it started out purely for my health, after a while, it became more about how our live stock is treated and slaughtered and just generally that I’m very high empathy andContinue reading “The Almost Vegetarian: Why I Found it Necessary to Start Eating Chicken Again”

Discovering Watercolors and My Favorite Watercolor Paper

From my youngest memories I was constantly coloring, painting or sewing. Luckily, my parents and grandparents encouraged me in this. One of my favorite Christmas gifts from my grandparents was a Disney drawing desk that had clear plastic overlays that taught you how to draw Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto! ByContinue reading “Discovering Watercolors and My Favorite Watercolor Paper”

A Short Travel Stay-Cation in the Nashville Area

My best friend, Tammy, and I hadn’t seen eachother in 2 years! (Warning: there WILL BE excessive use of capitalization and exclamation points in this article! Lol) We’ve been trying to get together for a long time now but things kept getting in the way! Everything from family emergencies to a Global Pandemic has beenContinue reading “A Short Travel Stay-Cation in the Nashville Area”

Covid Hair, Don’t Care… Well, More Like, Can’t Deal!

For the last 8 to 10 years I could not get my hair long enough, now it seems like I can’t get it short enough! I really did love my waist long hair, it was so beautiful (even if I say so myself. Lol). I got compliments on it any time I went out andContinue reading “Covid Hair, Don’t Care… Well, More Like, Can’t Deal!”

Daily Routines

Today is a cleaning day. I like cleaning, it makes me happy. Today’s goal is to water the garden, change the beds and do as much laundry as possible. I put the first load of laundry in the washer and a pot of soup on the stove for tonights dinner this morning.  I really hope toContinue reading “Daily Routines”

My Grandpa and My First Bunny…and the lessons Learned

I have had a bunny for most of my life. My first bunny was a gift from my grandfather. My grandfather was a large, handsome man. He carried himself like John Wayne and I have never had another male role model that could compare. His name was Ed Schroeder but his friends called him Eddie.Continue reading “My Grandpa and My First Bunny…and the lessons Learned”

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