Last month, our family flew cross-country to join my husband’s family for a reunion-of-sorts on Sanibel Island. (We realized afterwards that our trek was very nearly the longest possible travel that could be undertaken within the contiguous United States – we live out west, and all the way north close to Canada, Sanibel is in…Read more »
Lately it seems every time I start a blog post, I’m immediately apologizing for how long it’s been since the last one. I started this blog as an outlet, as a way of connecting with a virtual audience in my post-Facebook (previous post: Life after Facebook), remote-living existence. But I’ve struggled with finding a consistent…Read more »
(This post is dedicated to my Former-Stepmother-Turned-Bosom-Buddy Beth who parties like a rock star with her Mardi Gras Krewe every year and is basically the coolest person I know.) I don’t go to Mardi Gras. Though probably someday I will. But I do live in a house filled with beads, where somebody is always yelling…Read more »
Winter is slowly Unwinding, icy tendrils, My heart drips with hope. Greedily I breathe Sweet air – fills cavernous lungs, Blows cobwebs away.
The other day a friend commented, “Kelly, I love your blog!” and thought, “I haven’t written a blog post in FOREVER – I need to get back on that.” I could say that I’ve been busy, and that would be quite true. I started a new job (my dream job, actually) back in October and…Read more »
A few years back, Bradley were on a mission to explore new (to us) and novel cocktails. We were living in Portland, OR at the time, a veritable mecca of fantastic cocktail bars. Occasionally, we would get out to enjoy them (oh, how I loved going to the Expatriate in NE Portland) but mostly we…Read more »
As I’ve already mentioned in several previous posts (such as this one: “SO.”), my daughter is a force of nature. When I’m not busy being utterly exhausted by her, I am completely in awe of her. There is something unique about this kid. Emory Scout is as unlike her brother as two kids can possibly be:…Read more »