Buried on Page 7 (100 Word Challenge)

Extra! Extra! Read all about it… That’s the way she’d always imagined it ....more

Pondering A Rainy Afternoon

Hey Mister Whatcha doin over there, so far away, when we got stuff we should be doin? Laundry needs foldin’ dishes need washin’ tchotchkes need dustin’ lawn needs mowin’ and that floor needs moppin’. We ain’t got time for channel flipping or dozing today ....more

A Quiescent Love

Peculiar isn’t it? Even with its rounded corners the shape of the world doesn’t bend beyond time- decades have passed or space- kingdoms have fallen; there are mountains, valleys and beaches between...more

He Didn’t Cry (Time To Get Your Flu Shot! Sponsored)

It was time, I knew it was coming and so I held my breath and put clothes out on the bed and pretended we were just going to the grocery store. (Instead of going to get our flu shots.) We were just ...more

These are the ABCs of me baby!

It’s that time of the year (month) again! Time for Old School Blogging with the fabulous Elaine of The Miss-Elaine-ous Life...more

School, Soccer & Strategies (Back to School with CVS Minute Clinic)

It’s that time of the year again. Summer is slowly fading into the background and before we know it our kids won’t be sitting at picnic tables every afternoon instead they’ll be busy at their desks. And...more

Pour Your Heart Out: 10

I’ve always been a talker, a writer, a dreamer. My desire to chronicle moments and memories didn’t just appear one day; instead I ...more

Ah-choo! Welcome to Allergy Season (CVS MINUTE CLINICS)

Spring in Pennsylvania 2015 Spring has arrived in our backyard. Time for short sleeved shirts and afternoons full of blowing bubbles into the blue sky. And my sons are ready for outdoor adventures as much as any other seven year olds but over the weekend I heard the other tell-tale sign of Spring’s arrival ....more

Uncharted (LTYM/Lehigh Valley 2015)

I felt the lights come up and warm my face, heard my voice echo through the room and reveled in the low murmurs and adjustments of the audience as they settled in. I wasn’t quite sure how I felt. But I smiled as tears picked ...more