Attitude of gratitude: Thankful for my home

My dream home: It’s nestled in the country with lots of acres all around. It has a big wrap-around porch where the kids can play and my husband and I can watch sunsets and see the storms roll in. I love a good thunderstorm....more

My Best Buddy

 Daily Post: Literate for a Day – Someone or something you can’t communicate with through writing (a baby, a pet, an object) can understand every single word you write today, for one day only. What do you tell them? (Thanks for the suggestion, Chic Prune!)...more

Old Factory Candle Review and Giveaway!!!!

I love my house to smell good as we all probably do. I am so sensitive to fragrances though it is hard for me to find non toxic candles that do not give me a instant migraine....more

Community is what you make it

It’s been a little over a year since we moved into our new home.  The leap of faith we took to change homes, neighborhoods and schools has been a good thing for us....more

Home

Home is hard to describe when you move house every year. I mean there’s always my parents house, my permanent home. But since being away at Uni it feels whenever I’m home, I’m transported back to 18 year old me. My room hasn’t changed it feels like a time capsule of 18 year old me. The whiteboard still has my UCAS offer letters stuck to it, a train timetable for 2010/11, the carpet is full of paint from A2 Art....more

iNeed a Playdate's Ultimate House Cleaning Playlist

Happy Housewife Day!No, I am not a housewife....more
PardonMyRandomness I really need a hug playlist too. Maybe that will be next!more

NaBloPoMo: Home

What does "home"mean to you? To me, it means where to bulk of living happens; where people congregate. In our house, it's the kitchen and, the heart of the kitchen is our refrigerator. It holds photos, upcoming events, to-do lists, letters of commendation, funny quotes, emergency instructions, you name it. It also is a daily reminder of what is most important, the people, for it reflects our lives.As you go about your day, think about what home means to you.Kat Lehman ...more

Episode 31: Let's Go NaBloPoMo!!

 I have decided to take part in  ‘NaBloPoMo’ (National blog post month)  which entails posting every day throughout the month of November. Although I have only been blogging for just over a month, I have found that I am really enjoying it!  I also love reading other people’s blogs;  there are so many interesting, talented and funny people out there, and I am thrilled to be part of this huge blogging community…....more
Wendy of the Rock Hi Wendy.Yes, you are definitely on the list now. Good luck with the blogging.more

A Homecoming

Autumn ColorThomas Wolfe said one can't go home again, and in a sense, that's true. I cannot be a child again....more

Why I Can't Answer "Where Are You From?"

“Hey, where are you from? Your accent…”People love to guess where I’m from, but the problem is, I don’t really have an answer to that question, and I’m pretty sure all Third Culture Kids (3CKs) don’t either.‘Third Culture Kid’ is a term usually applied to people that were raised outside their parents’ culture, and moved through more than one culture before they had time to develop their own cultural identity....more