Penn’s Landing is where The Mister and I went on our first date. Back then, couples could choose between walking the pier or sitting near the water. Today couples can cuddle on hammocks; stroll the boardwalk while gazing at the floating gardens and lights; or grab a craft beer and food from the food trucks […]
It’s the unofficial summer kickoff and three-day weekend heaven! Thanks to an unseasonably wet May, the family and I managed to keep the house semi-presentable and we can just relax this weekend. As much as I love my job, I am looking forward to sleeping until 8 AM the next three days. I already know […]
The Boy just got his first summer job and immediately declared he would save fifty percent of every check. As admirable as this idea is, I know my child. His only experience with money comes from withdrawals at the Bank of Mom and Dad. The Mister and I have been proactive in encouraging the kids […]
Very superstitious… do you avoid cracks? What superstitions do you believe?
This post is inspired by binge watching using Verizon FiOS. I am a member of the FiOSPhilly team. Bob’s Burgers, the animated television series on Fox, is my guilty pleasure. Before it was removed from Netflix, I would watch a few episodes as I fell asleep. The Mister would occasionally join in, scoffing at Gene’s […]
As Mother’s Day draws near, take time to remember mothers, biological or not, that have shaped and molded us to the people we are today. I know with my busy life, I sometimes forget that a simple “Thank You” is worth more than an expensive gift and elaborate dinner. Moms, especially, my own tribe of […]
*This post has affiliate links. It was a challenge to read Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign, and fight back the feeling of Monday Morning Quarterback. Even though I knew the outcome (life in a Trump Administration) Authors Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes tell the story in a fresh and compelling way. I […]