The sisters over here are pretty festive when it comes to holidays. If you don’t like holidays and you tell us we will probably come back at you with a speech about why holidays enhance life in almost every way. Valentines is no exception. We hope you have been able to celebrate a little with…… Continue reading Last Minute Valentines!
As we head into February we are doing one final What to Say When post before starting on a new series. We want to thank everyone who has opened up to us, helped us and encouraged us over the past few months of this series. It has been more helpful than we ever thought possible. …… Continue reading What to Say When: Chronic Illness part II
It’s possible you didn’t know that today is National Pie Day. That is why we are here. Certain things just need to be celebrated and pie is one of them. Celebrating holidays that seem random are kind of our favorite. We all need an excuse to do something a little out of the ordinary–especially on…… Continue reading National Pie Day!
You know when you feel like if Jimmy Fallon just knew you, your families would be having bbq’s all the time? No? Okay, maybe I’m the only one who will admit that if celebrities knew my husband and I they would totally want to be couple friends. Anyway, that is also how I feel about…… Continue reading Book Review: Of Mess and Moxie
Megan Needham is one of those people who just astounds you. She is well read, has received many academic achievements, has two adorable boys, oh, and she went to Georgetown for law school. She is one of those amazing forces for good. She has so bravely shared her experience with us about the discovering she…… Continue reading What to Say When: Someone has a Chronic Illness
Yesterday was a special day, as we celebrated the graduation of several mentees, their sobriety and way of changing their life to bigger and better things. I volunteer at Foundation of Family Life MentorWorks program which provides individuals with past addictions and habits to move on and create a better way of life for themselves.…… Continue reading Judge not, that ye be not judged
When I was young someone gave me a copy of, Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes. It was the first book I remember reading and feeling a change inside of me. It began my love for non-fiction and reading in general. Can you think back to a time when a book given to you made…… Continue reading Books, Books, Books