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    Always Pee Before Airport Security

      There are 99 reasons I hate flying out of a certain airport, and 98 of them involve the inevitable flight delay we will encounter. Yesterday I added the 100th – the random security check that goes awry. When we left my son’s soccer camp in Charlottesville, Virginia for our drive to the airport, our [Read On]

    I Had An Epiphany As I Left My Son At Soccer Camp

    He gave me a distracted smile and said “see ya”. I stood in the open area between the college dorms as he walked away without another word, his soccer bag on his back. This wasn’t the first time we’ve dropped him off for soccer camp, and while he wanted me to help him make up [Read On]

    Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Tangible Spirits by Becki Willis

    Today I’m joining up once again with Lone Star Book Blog Tours to bring you a great paranormal thriller, Tangible Spirits, by author Becki Willis. We have plenty of fun things planned for this tour (including author videos and a great giveaway) so check out part one of our author video here and be sure [Read On]

    Book Review: By the Book by Julia Sonneborn

    I received By the Book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review, because I do these reviews for love of books.  This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the book. If you buy the [Read On]

    Book Review: Beach House Reunion by Mary Alice Monroe

    I received Beach House Reunion for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review, because I do these reviews for love of books.  This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the book. If you buy the [Read On]

    Lone Star Book Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Dam Nation

    I’m back with Lone Star Book Blog Tours to bring you a book that I’m really excited to share! A new release by co-authors Clark Hays and Kathleen McFall, Dam Nation is a treat and a half. Fans of historical fiction will delight in their second installment of their alternative “what-if” take on the Bonnie and Clyde story, where [Read On]

    Exploring the Newly Redesigned Being Human Hall at the Perot Museum

    As I’ve made it known here, I am a HUGE fan of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, and my family has held a family membership since we’ve moved to the DFW area.  One of our favorite areas is the Being Human Hall which explores us as humans – our origins, our DNA and [Read On]

    Book Review: Megge of Bury Down – Volume 1 of the Bury Down Chronicles

     I received Megge of Bury Down for free from Smith Publicity in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review, because I do these reviews for love of books, which can’t buy me a cup of coffee.  This post contains affiliate links you [Read On]

    When World Baking Day and Pack Rat Day Collide

    Hello! Today, May 17, is World Baking Day, which would be more fun if I wasn’t eating in a lazy keto manner, because I don’t care what you say, baking keto is just not as much fun as baking like a person who can eat whatever they want and not worry about where the carbs [Read On]

    How To Survive A Broken Foot While in a WalkingBoot

    As I mentioned last week, I recently broke my right foot and I’m wearing a walking boot (some call it an AirCast) for the next 3 or more weeks. This isn’t my first rodeo with a foot in a boot – I suffered a broken foot in an equally embarrassing manner when I lived in [Read On]