The Week In Seven Photos

Trust me when I tell you that when I began this series I never envisioned a pair of Crocs being the feature image of the week after years of making fun of the them (ok, it was downright ridicule). I was amazed when my niece told me she was ordering pair of Crocs after hearing…

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Cotton Candy Sunrise

Orange Crush and cotton candy collided and dovetailed, making the sky look like a watercolor that had been left out in the rain. A Bad Day For Sunshine: A Novel – Darynda Jones

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The Week In Five Photos

There has been plenty of debate across the country this week regarding eliminating mask mandates as COVID-19 cases continue to decline and vaccinations increase, but nothing has changed for me after receiving my vaccine and my masks and neck gaiter have now become favorite fashion accessories. On a more serious note, the continued use of…

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Perfectly Imperfect

“It was perfectly imperfect, exactly the way I wanted things to be.” Finding Freedom: A Cook’s Story; Remaking A Life From Scratch by Erin French

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Book of the Week – Between Two Kingdoms

“A searing, deeply moving memoir of illness and recovery that traces one young woman’s journey from diagnosis to remission and, ultimately, a road trip of healing and self-discovery.” Between Two Kingdoms by Suleika Jaouad Suleika Jaouad’s Journey “Between Two Kingdoms” – CBS Sunday Morning Interview “When the body betrays you again and again, it obliterates…

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Thursday Tidbits

Enjoyed my first book of the year, The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman, and after thinking about which favorite British actors could be cast as the lead characters, I discovered that Steven Spielberg’s production company has bought the rights to the book…As the NFL playoffs begin I’m hoping that it will be the Green Bay Packers…

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