Ensuring Your Wedding Is As Trendy As Possible

Get Some Help One of the smartest things you can do in order to throw a trendy wedding is to  hire a wedding planner. You’ve got to be careful to hire the right wedding planner, of course. Go online, check out various websites, and do a little research to see what you like, and which wedding […]

Children’s book review: Surprise

Author: Mike Henson   Occasionally, I adore reading a good children’s book.  Surprise! By Mike Henson was a shout out for me from the cover page: Rabbit is having a surprise birthday party planned by his little party animal friends.  As the lights go off and on, Rabbit discovers…. His friends, raccoon, porcupine, fox and […]

Children’s book review: The Runaway Dandelion

The Runaway Dandelion Adventures in SustainAbility Author: Jill Regensburg Illustrated by Leticia Plate Another darling children’s book, The Runaway Dandelion begins sadly: a beautiful meadow full of birds, insects, animals, wildflowers, apple trees and beauty is torn down for construction leaving a sad and lonely little dandelion all by itself. As her golden yellow petals […]

Can’t Sleep — Poor Maiden, Don’t Weep!  Snuggle-Pedic Kool-Flow Pillow is NOW ADJUSTABLE!!!           

Disclosure: We received product to facilitate this review. All opinions are strictly our own. Alas poor Maiden do not weep! There hast a solution to make thee sleep. A strong and powerful magic Willow In the SHAPE of a Snuggle-Pedic PILLOW! PILLOWS are powerful.  They offer comfort for pain management and a place to lay […]

Dog’s Days of Summer (it’s still hot out there)

Signs of Heatstroke in Your Dog With the high temperatures across the country and the dangers that presents to dogs who have to walk in the heat with their owners, I have found that I carry a backpack with items to combat heatstroke in my dog, Clem.  Here are some warnings and what-to-dos for taking […]

Book review: The Art of Keeping Secrets

The Art of Keeping Secrets Author: Rachel Johns Everyone keeps secrets — don’t they? Three mothers whose sons attend a swank private school are outliers; they are not moneyed nor are they in the Junior League.  Neve, Emma and Felicity (Flick) form a warm and strong friendship as they live their lives in Western Australia […]

Book review: All the Little Children

All the Little Children Author: Jo Furniss Marlene Greene works hard.  She is a newly divorced English mother of three small children whom she has to support on her own when her husband Julian decides he needs to leave her for another, younger woman.  One weekend she decides to take her three small children Charlie, […]

How I Keep Myself on Track in the Summer Shopping at Kroger

This post was sponsored by Nature Made® as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. Kroger is the store of my choice in Salt Lake City.  Since I use a lot of supplements because I don’t always eat correctly, Kroger and Nature Made supplements and […]

The Craze on Collagen

Disclosure: We received product to facilitate this post. All opinions are strictly our own.   Yes, it is true! I am an aging Baby Boomer in a brand-new relationship with a man I care about.  I have never gave attention to my skin, nails and hair as they seem fine.  But I realize as I […]

Wildflowers, Love Letters and a Man on the Mountain

As you all know, the first part of the year (February until June) I was searching for love as a Baby Boomer attempting Online Dating. We all know how that turned out (1.  I didn’t stay with it long enough to really meet the Right One) and 2.  It was not the right venue for […]