The start of a new year often brings in time for reflection. It's a special time that brings hope for the future. Resolutions and goals are different but my personal lists consist of a mix of the two. So, whether you are setting resolutions or goals, read these few tips that have helped me meet… Continue reading Setting Goals for the New Year
Mike and I started to share more about our time volunteering with Comfort Cases. I wanted to provide more information on this amazing organization which is local to Montgomery County, MD. I first learned about Comfort Cases when I came across a video from Upworthy. In the video, Rob Scheer, the founder of Comfort Cases, shared… Continue reading Volunteering with Comfort Cases
I’ve never been a football fan. I own a Cowboys Jersey, but only because I wanted a football jersey when I was in high school and I liked their team colors. On April 28th, Mike and I met up with friends and coworkers for a tailgate at the Redskin’s Stadium. The Redskin’s Draft Fest is… Continue reading Redskins Draft Fest and 5K
At the age of 24, I decided to have corrective eye surgery. I knew my vision wasn’t perfect. I got my first set of reading glasses when I was in high school, but rarely wore them. In college, I had an eye doctor tell me that my vision had gotten so bad that she highly… Continue reading One year of seeing 20/20!
This past week I took Diggy to his two week post surgery check up… and he is doing amazing! His surgeon is super happy with where he is in his healing. He was very active during the visit, barking non-stop and walking around….so much that they had to take him to a different room… Continue reading Two Weeks of Healing
This past Saturday I turned 25, one of those milestone birthdays. I’m still trying to process how I feel about it; I mean I am a quarter of a century now! There may have been a slight midlife crisis. I decided to do kind things on the week leading up to my birthday. I… 1. Picked up… Continue reading 25, A Quarter of a Century!
Have you ever been so proud of someone that you almost can’t formulate the word to express just how much? That’s where I’m at. My husband ran his first 5K a couple of weeks ago, benefitting RAINN – the organization for the National Sexual Assault hotline. He was very active on social media on the… Continue reading 5K on a Saturday