Taking on the World, One Day at a Time
I grew up mainly in the what was the former Canal Zone in the Republic of Panamá until I married my college sweetheart and made Arkansas home.
Now, I’m an urban homesteader trying to live the “green” life in the city. As mom to four awesome people from preschool to post-college ages I have insight into many stages of motherhood. We try to travel as much as possible to learn more about this beautiful world.
Still dreaming of empty beaches, ceviche, jungle hikes, surfing, and ocean breezes.
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Some of the trips taken in the U.S. and abroad.
*FTC DISCLOSURE: This post is sponsored by Wild River Country. All opinions are my very own. Let’s face it. Keeping kids happy when it’s hot outside can be difficult. With the age ranges in my kids- early twenties to pre-school age- it’s almost impossible! We were...read more
Sage from my garden Dressing is something that defines a family. A simple comfort food made from leftover bread to stretch an expensive meal (typically using what type of bread you had available so in the south- cornbread, in the north- wheat bread.) You can almost...read more
*Disclosure: I am required by the FTC to tell you that this post is sponsored by the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company and Josh Cellars Wine for their #asweetpairing campaign. Of course, I always keep a stash of Ghirardelli chocolate and my hubby is loving the...read more