Recipes: Grandma Hurst & The Betty Crocker Cookbook

“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

Collaboration Of Self Care: Coffee Date With Friends

“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

Review: Clayton’s Coffee Shop

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

Petco Park: Padres Vs Marlins. High Rise Seating!

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!

Review: Our New Dining Adventures

“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