‘Add color to otherwise black and white memories’ … it’s never too late to begin your family history

“Do what you can, with what you’ve got, where you are.” It’s a quote from Squire Bill Widener, although widely misattributed to Theodore Roosevelt who shared it in his autobiography. Over the past year, it has kept me moving forward. Because of my health issues, and the fact that I spend most of my life... Continue Reading →

Pinterest Hit or Miss: homemade ice cream

Memorial Day kicks off the summer season. And nothing screams summer like ice cream. In our next Pinterest "Hit" or "Miss" series, Jacki gave her kids their next summer assignment (no homework, just taste testing) to try out a few cool Pinterest recipes. Bonus points: you don’t need an ice cream maker for any of... Continue Reading →

‘Even the darkest night will end’

  Note: originally written in September 2015. My mental health has taken a beating over the last year or so. I have a physical illness that has really been taking it to me, and as a result, affecting my mental health. I’ve been battling this physical ailment for half of my life. What makes it... Continue Reading →

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