The year was early 2003. I was a junior/senior in college just minding my everyday “young at heart” business. The rapper 50 Cent was a fairly new artist to the public mainstream. He had a hit record that radio stations played constantly, as if the song was on automatic repeat. Many of you may remember […]Read More When I turned the rapper 50 Cent down….
Recently, we (my fiance’, myself, and friends from out-of-town) decided to go on a hike. I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into but I was determined to give it a shot. Being that I live in the valley, mountains are literally in my backyard. This particular mountain peaks at 3,197 feet. The […]Read More Just Keep Climbing! (Picture blog)
I cannot believe it’s July! Kids are in full summer mode and vacations are happening every week. The days are longer and it’s hot. Time flies when you’re having fun and with that being said, that brings us to our “Dos and Don’ts” for July. Shana: Give to give, not to receive… if you give […]Read More Dos and Don’ts (July Edition)
Connecting with a person to get your point across is as easy as getting on their level? Especially, when you’re trying to relay a message to the opposite sex or to a person who may be younger or older than you. When it was finally time for my nephew to walk the stage after completing […]Read More Inspiration for our Young Men who are off to College!
Disclaimer: This is a longer read than normal; but it’s a great one! I’m going to go out on a limb here and just assume we’ve all worked a puzzle at some point in our lives. Puzzles tend to range in size with as many or as few oddly shaped pieces imaginable. Connecting smaller pieces together […]Read More Ancestry DNA provides the missing pieces to my family puzzle!
This week I’m resharing/reblogging some of my most popular blogs so far. Be sure to check them out!Read More The Moth: The Traveling Sandwiches
One of the vision’s I had for my blog when I first started was that it would be “Our” blog; I always suggest that my readers give me feedback on what they want to read. With that being said, I received a suggestion to do a blog about that special someone who was once in […]Read More Did the “one” get away?