Archive for the ‘Misc’ Category

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 [...]

Death Row Dogs

If you have never heard of Blessings Unleashed Foundation I urge you to keep reading. It is a national program designed to help unlock the puzzle of autism by turning rescue dogs [...]

ZUS Car-Chargers Help Nanas Find Their Cars

If you are like me you can’t keep up with car chargers it might be because you haven’t found one that you really love. I promise you that you are going to [...]

Snow, Snow Go Away

Snow, snow, go away! I’m read for spring to come and stay! Not very original but heartfelt! Last week here in southern Kentucky we made it up to 70 degrees. Now this! [...]

Precious Moments

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. I was compensated in return for this review. All opinions are strictly my own. I’ve been a Precious Moments fan for many, many years. If you [...]

Full Moon Over The Snow

It’s been a crazy weekend here in southern Kentucky. We usually don’t get much snow but we got about a half inch of ice and then ten inches of snow. Our driveway [...]

BAM Conference 2016–It’s All About the Tribe

If your snowed in (like I am) and need some positive thoughts to warm you up, then let me tell you why I’m dreaming about BAM in Vegas. The coolest bloggers in [...]

Wishing You a Peaceful Easy Feeling- RIP Glenn Frey

A few years ago my husband and I were able to go to an Eagles concert. We splurged on tee-shirts and snacks, made lots of pictures and had a great time. You [...]

Gone To The Dogs

Hope you had a great week and that all is well in your world. This week’s photos have gone to the dogs. Why? Because around here we are either entertained by our [...]

Bella, A Barn and Some Trees

Some weeks my pictures are rather random. This is one of those weeks. Yesterday we went walking on the farm at dusk and I snapped a picture of the barn and some [...]

What’s a Triby? Find Out Here and Win One for Your Home!

Where do you spend the most time in your house? If you are like me it’s in the kitchen, specifically around or near the refrigerator. Our refrigerator is a bulletin board for [...]

Making Magic With Marie Callender’s Apple Pie

One of my favorite things about the holidays is being with family and sharing the foods that we all love. As a child I didn’t realize the importance food played in making [...]

Random Acts of Kindness for Caregivers

“This is a sponsored post on behalf of Element Associates and Midlife Boulevard.” November is National Family Caregivers month, and the Random Acts of Kindness initiative aims to recognize and support the [...]

2016 BAM Conference for Writers and Bloggers

Of all the fun things I did this year, at the top of the list was The B@M Conference (Bloggers At Midlife). This writing/blogging conference is going to be in Vegas in April [...]

Unconditional Love

I love animals. They love unconditionally and bring such joy. Because my husband is allergic to cats we have dogs (lots of dogs). I love cats too, so when my daughter got [...]

Love The Movies? You Are Going To “Love The Coopers”

Disclaimer: This is an #ad, #giveaway, and review of #LoveTheCoopers movie. Samples & prizing are provided by CBS FILMS for my review and a prize for one of my readers.  Before we [...]

Smells of Autumn

NanaHood has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GladeForFall #CollectiveBiasThis is #GladeForFall #CollectiveBias What comes to mind when you think of Autumn? Maybe you [...]

Love Her-Hate Cancer

I spent last week in Florida with my BFF/Cousin/Sister and this week I am missing her! This a picture of us modeling our new matching nana tee-shirts. I sure do love her [...]

Wham, B@M, Shezam!

Remember last year I told you about a conference I helped host and invited you to attend? Well, B@M 2015 was awesome but B@M 2016 is going to be even better! Next [...]

The Joy of Boys

Before I had children I had many grandiose ideas about how I would raise them. I read every parenting book I could get my hands on and by the time I gave [...]