Ball Park Bread Pudding

First, I am NOT a food blogger, or the owner of some swanky, chic restaurant in downtown Dallas; nor do I have a gourmet taco stand in downtown Fort Worth.(All though that would be aahhmmaazziinngg). I’m just a wife and a mom, who cooks at least 5-6 times a week for

The Las Vegas Double Standard

This week I have been in Las Vegas at the National Association of Broadcasters Convention. It’s not my cup of tea, but it is my husband’s life and breath so I tag along as a supportive spouse, pretending that I understand what the technical production people are talking about. After

April’s Stunningly Strong Woman: Kim

America to Lebanon. Kim’s story is one of strength and compassion.

Easter Time Travel

Happy Easter! Our youngest son who is ten has said multiple times that if he could invent a time machine he would go back to the Garden of Eden and “Slap that apple out of Eve’s hand. If I did that people wouldn’t hurt or kill each other, there would

The Experience of Disney

One week ago today we walked into our house completely wiped out after spending spring break week at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Trust me when I tell you that Disney is one of the most exhausting vacations you’ll ever take, but it’s also one of the most magical

For Every Season; Turn, Turn, Turn

It’s the first day of spring, and here in the DFW metroplex and I can hear the birds outside my window chirping, the sun is shinning and there is not a cloud in my big, blue Texas sky. It is exactly how the first day of spring should be. Here,

Hurts so Good

My husband, Toby, and I recently got massages and I should have taken a cue from him as he explained to his therapist, in detail, where he was aching, what he was feeling, the pressure that he preferred. Oh, he also followed it up with “I’m here for relaxation.” Here’s

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