1. 2. 3. Smile …

Taking pictures has become a major part of going on vacation for my family. With social media, we capture the moment or experience in an image and get to share part of the adventure. 

“Mom, The Struggle Is Real…”

I didn’t know if I should title this post “The Struggle Is Real” or “Just Breathe”. I think this is why it has taken me so long to come up with a blog entry on this. I am trying to breathe, but the struggle is real.

Don’t Blink, Things Won’t Be The Same Tomorrow…

I cannot believe how fast my life is going! When I was growing up, I would hear parents and grandparents saying how fast time was going. I would respectfully smile and go on with whatever I was doing.

The Lessons That I Learned From My Kids – Suburban Misfit Mom

As a mom, I have spent the last 19 years working hard on raising kind, understanding, moral, interested, upstanding citizens. I have tried to mold my kids personalities to include the obvious and not so obvious traits that will serve them well in the world we live in.

Aging *&#%@!!! If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them …

We are all constantly seeing articles, advertisements, products, etc., that claim to be the answer to the fountain of youth and creating energizer bunny status. Looking to feel better than you ever have at any previous age and having the energy to leap tall buildings in a single bound.

A Day In The Life Of Quotes …

  When I see a quote, whether it is funny, inspirational, or something that just hits my mood, I have to have it. I take a picture, write it down, or take a screen shot. I like to have it in my possession so I can refer to it at a later

March Madness Mom

I am loving this March Madness! Who would have thought that I would be the bracket queen of my house? I have never been one to follow sports, the rules, stats, standings, etc.

Seeing The World Through A New Lens

This image puts a smile on my face! I love how obviously fascinated these little guys are to see something that is foreign to them and so mainstream to us. I can’t even imagine what they are thinking when they see something as simple as a camera.