Archive for March, 2016

Be The Good

Remember my cousin, Martha, who lost her battle with breast cancer last October? Her daughter’s started an educational scholarship fund in her memory and are selling these tee shirts to raise money [...]

Graduation Gifts For The Graduate In Your Life

This post is part of the blogger program by Church Hill Classics and The Motherhood, who compensated me for my time. Opinions, experiences and photos shared here are my own, and I hope you enjoy [...]

A Bunch of Birthdays

We have been partying a lot at our house lately. So far this month we celebrated 2 out of 5 granddaughter’s birthdays and a daughter-in-law’s birthday. In 3 days it will be [...]

My Granddaughter Turned a Coconut Creme Pie Into Easter Pie!

There's nothing more fun than spending time with your granddaughter and decorating a Marie Callender's Coconut Creme Pie with your own special touch! Watch as Abby turns this pie into an Easter Pie!

A Nana Ponders: When Will I See You Again?

I was spoiled. My first grandbaby, Blakely Faye, was born in August. I was there, holding her only hours after my daughter’s nearly twenty-hour labor. I was able to see the precious [...]

When You Need A Lot of Data

I have been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #DataAndAMovie #CollectiveBias Normally I’m not excited about the month of April but this [...]

Pout

The word "pout" may not be used in conversation often, but if you have children then you know that pouting still exists!

Ronald Reagan: Husband, Father, Hearing Aid User

Most of us are familiar with many of the achievements of our 40th President, Ronald Reagan. However, there is one notable achievement seldom mentioned in discussions about Reagan’s legacy: He was the [...]