Jon and I have been so busy lately! We bought a home around Thanksgiving. It’s our “Jet & Jon” home. We’ve had the interior main floor painted and the floors stripped and stained darker. Now it is time for the landscaping. We had two burning bushes in the front on each side of the drive.
You will love this recipe! The dressing is light and has such a wonderful summery flavor. Of course I changed it up a bit…I will add my notes to the end of each section. For the chicken: 2 medium chicken breasts 1 tablespoon taco seasoning ½ teaspoon cumin ¼ teaspoon salt Juice of ½ lime
No one stepped up to come over and organize my pantry, so I had to. Just kidding! It has been on my “To Do” List for awhile now. So, where to start? I truly was overwhelmed by the amount of work it was going to take. I started on my go to for ideas, Pinterest.
…my unorganized pantry.
Many of you know what my last 3 years have been like. I quit writing because I didn’t think I had anything more to say. I’ve been told, nope! You need to write! I’m not one of those that writing comes easily to. So bear with me…I’ll try to bring you interesting things to hopefully
These past six months have had so many challenges, but the rewards and blessings have out weighed them. Don lost his battle with brain cancer in June. It was way sooner than we had “planned”. Remember, Don was a planner. He was planning for his death and how best to take care of the girls
When I say that I mean it for more than just the warmth and light of the true sun. It also means the warmth and light in my life. Ever notice how sometimes, now matter how bright it is outside, we are cloudy inside ourselves? When someone in our life is ill, it can seem
Our house sold and this past weekend we moved into our new, maintenance provided home. We should have done this 3 years ago! The house is half the size of our previous home, but I don’t miss any of it. So much easier to clean. By Sunday, most of the art had been hung and
After a frustrating three weeks of back and forth between insurance and doctor offices, we got good news. Insurance would pay for a PET Scan. If they wouldn’t have, the Oncologist wanted to put Don on another round of chemo, this time via IV. It would have really taken a toll on his body. But, the
There’s been something going on the past couple of weeks. Neither Don or I could put our finger on it. People were randomly singing in my shop, Santa visited with a poem, present were showing up on our porch and more. We were so perplexed as to what was going on. Then this letter below emailed