“The Greatest Legacy We Can Leave Our Children Is Happy Memories” Unknown When I was a little girl, I use to love when my Dad would take us to work events. During these times, I had a small glimpse into the work he did. Back in the day his work would put on demonstrations. There would be food, and lots of people. So when my … Continue reading Adventure: Family Day
“If God Had Intended Us To Follow Recipes, He Wouldn’t Have Given Us Grandmothers.” Linda Henley This blog is super special to me. When I think of a Grandmother, I think of a lady who cooks with her family, teaching them the secrets to each thing she makes. This was Grandma Hurst from the first day I set foot in her home. She accepted me … Continue reading Recipes: Grandma Hurst & The Betty Crocker Cookbook
“Be Willing To Take A Chance, Because You Never Know How Perfect Something Could Turn Out To Be” Unknown Life is all about choices that we make. Choosing what we wear, what we eat, to what jobs we will have in life, to the friends we hold closest. We decide when to do things, and if we want to do them at all. This leads … Continue reading Take A Chance
“The Cost Of Freedom Is Always High, But American’s Have Always Paid It. And One Path We Shall Never Choose, And That Is The Path Of Surrender, or Submission.” John F. Kennedy This morning I woke up thinking about why I am here, the sacrifices that others have made so I can lay here in this bed and dream. The sacrifices that not only my … Continue reading Freedom’s Truths
“The First Day of School- The Day When The Countdown To The Last Day Of School Begins” Clever Classroom Blog This morning has been filled with laughter, love and of course anxiety from my side. It’s their first day, and as much as I am happy to see them fly, I am sad they are no longer babies. This year there was no dread on … Continue reading School: Their First Day
“The Best Therapy Is Time Spent Laughing With Good Friends” Sarah Negus (BeUtiful) Living in a beautiful city such as the one I live in, I am able to take in the beautiful scenes around me of all the beautiful people, beaches, shops, and restaurants. Each time I pass them I think should I stop and treat myself to a little treat of my own? … Continue reading Collaboration Of Self Care: Coffee Date With Friends
If You Have Good Food, People Will Come To Your Restaurant. Mickey Gilley Let’s start with Clayton’s located in Coronado, California. This place is a cute little diner style restaurant with amazing coffee. The servers have bow ties or aprons with a smile and polite demeanor. The little music boxes on the counters along with the cake displays with donuts, muffins, brownies give it that … Continue reading Review: Clayton’s Coffee Shop
“Alone We Can Do So Little: Together We Can Do So much.” Helen Keller Am I ready for this coming school year? If you would have asked me this three weeks ago, I would have told you “No Way!”. I have taught the kids the last 8 years of their lives. Even when they attended HTA, I was still teaching on the off days that … Continue reading School: The Right School Move?
I Don’t Have A Fear Of Heights. I Do, However, I Have A Fear Of Falling From Heights. George Carlin The text goes off on my phone: Nate: the Padres are giving 150 free tickets to tomorrow’s game. Of course I am not going to say no to a new opportunity since I am trying to deal with my anxiety issues of going anywhere out … Continue reading Petco Park: Padres Vs Marlins. High Rise Seating!
“Let’s Find Some Beautiful Places To Get Lost Together.” Unknown Two months ago, actually on my birthday, my husband took me on a little date up the road. It was a diner style restaurant which I absolutely love. It had a bar, old table top song machines, signs all over the wall of coffee for .45 cents. The servers were in aprons or bow ties. … Continue reading Review: Our New Dining Adventures