This is so easy I whipped it up (before supper) and I want to share this old school recipe with you. ISO 800 50mm f/7.1 1/50 seconds Day 23 "Favorite Pie" There is nothing better then enjoying the delicious taste of warm homemade apple pie. It is my favorite pie to make because this recipe … Continue reading Easy (from scratch) Homemade Apple Pie
I am about to let you in on my little secret. How have I juggled several responsibiities easily since January-- My Bullet Journal. Don't panick I am going to tell you all about the magic. Let me take you back to the last time I remember being this organized. Year 2016. I bullet journaled for … Continue reading My Bible (aka Bullet Journal)
We wake up at 0400 AM ... I struggle to get the kids back to bed. Then 0744 panick stricken we all fly out of MY bed. Yes my three yo and 5yo still end up in our bed every night. "Bad dreams" are bound to them if they stay in their bed. I guess … Continue reading Dropping the ball today..
Photo taken in front of my house Day 20 "sleep" #365PhotoBlog We are in the middle of a massive weather alert snow/ice storm here on the east coast. The whole city (unless your a shiftworker) is quiet. Malls are closed and buses have been pulled from the roads. It has been bitter this past week … Continue reading At the Mercy of Mother Nature
I know many people who will read this post have dreams and interests they think about pursuing but maybe just don't have the confidence or support. I just want to say-- DO IT! Life is too short. We could get into a car accident tomorrow and with it all of this unlocked potential could disseminate. … Continue reading Just go for it!
I don't know about the rest of you but homework is proving to be a challenge in my household. By the time my kids are picked up, cleaned up, fed and bathed there is tired tantrums and silly fights all through the homework battle. My daughter is in kindergarten and the expectation on these kids … Continue reading Homework: Tips to keep your kids engaged.
He sat in front of me. Mad at the world; but taking it out on me. Subtle changes in his body language. "I'm going to flip the f%^& out!" as his voice begins to raise. His demeanour completely changes. But before I can even think about what is happening a correctional officer strategically places himself … Continue reading From the eyes of a corrections nurse: Our Correctional Officers