I've had a few people message me and ask me about fostering dogs as well as adoption. How did we get into it? Why did we decide to keep Tuck? Etc. Tucker was picked up by then CARE (the organization I volunteer with) program director, Courtney from a shelter in Lonoke. He had been picked… Continue reading Tuck’s Story
My book of the month was At First Sight by Nicholas Sparks. You all know how I feel about Nicholas Sparks... it's a love/hate thing. I enjoy his books on a mindless reading level, but logically... come on. Fair warning: this book is a sequel to True Believer. Had I known this and read… Continue reading Book Review: At First Sight
Monday marked another year for me! It's funny how the older you get, the less birthdays matter (until I hit forty... I have a feeling that one will hurt a little). Year twenty-four was good to me. It brought new adventures, more Razorback related travels, new friendships, trying times, and the first heartbeats of our… Continue reading Cheers to Twenty-Five years!
One of my favorite things to do growing up, was going to pick up school supplies for the new year. There was something about the new pencils, clean closed, fresh backpack, that left me with anxiety and hopefulness of the promises that accompanied a new year. Being an adult, I still find the same joy… Continue reading Back to School Essentials
July has thus far been the hardest month of the year for me. Between the heat, losing power, and all the hard moments of this month, I was not sad to see it go! However, there was a lot of good to this month as well. Fourth of July: This year we did lunch at… Continue reading July Recap
Fun fact: I used to think anyone who listened to podcasts were "nerdy" or desperate for interaction. Why in the World would anyone want to listen to some know it all talk for an hour? And then it happened. I became one of THOSE people. The first few podcasts I listened to where okay… Continue reading Why I’m a Crime Junkie, Junkie
This summer has flown by! And ya'll, this Arkansas heat is no joke, though I am beyond thankful for this small break in the humidity. I hope I'm not the only Momma out there whose kid would rather spend three hours inside playing video games than five minutes outside running around and being, I don't… Continue reading An Amazon Summer