Breakfast Tortilla

This summer my daughter made us a breakfast burrito. It was so delicious, but it was too much. She used a larger tortilla. I thought how could I take her amazing ingredients and scale it down. Egg, Sausage, Red Pepper & Spinach I started with 1 egg, 1 breakfast sausage, red pepper and spinach. Once [...]

Creating a Side Gig from Scratch

My younger daughter is a CCU nurse. She has always enjoyed baking. Almost six months ago our daughter started to design and make cakes, for coworkers and friends. Gradually it morphed into a “word of mouth” side gig business that keeps her steadily busy. Classic Coconut 🥥 Cake Festive & Fun Cake Cool Floral Cake [...]

Clicking Through Life…Word of the Day

Click Did you ever notice how many ways we click through things? The click of a pen, emails, text messages, placing an online order & clicking off the “To Do” list. Pen Clicking Clicking How about during the pandemic, the employee clicking how many customers had entered the store. Click click click Living life…one click [...]

Adventure…Word of the Day

Word of the Day: Adventure I come from a family of seven brothers and sisters. Growing up my mother was very “creative” about the adventures we had. We could be in the backyard doing yard work but suddenly we were explorers looking for hidden treasure. We might of had a picnic in our local park [...]

Finding Motivation…Word of the Day!

Word of the Day: Ordinary Writing requires Inspiration! Sometimes there is none to be found. I am trying something new, this Word of the Day to help motivate myself with writing more regularly. Ordinary is average, mediocre, just getting by, a faceless person in the crowd. No one aspires to be “Ordinary”, its not goal [...]

Mother’s Day Memory

I am blessed to have two amazing daughters that know just how to spoil me for Mother’s Day. I arrived to see this beautiful table setting. Mother’s Day Brunch Table We talked for a little while, we discovered my daughter & her husband have a mama bird who made a nest right outside their kitchen [...]

A Failed Experience Taught Me To Persevere

Last year I made Easter Bread for Easter. Somehow I managed to make an unleavened bread (I am Catholic) but that’s not what I was going for! haha! I was defeated...realizing the Easter Bread got the best of me. I researched Easter Bread recipes. I ran across this one: Traditional Easter Bread Recipe The ingredients [...]

My Teeny Tiny Vase

Artsy Tiny Vase Door County has some of the most eclectic art pieces. I found this last Autumn. 1 stem, a little water...lasts for a long time. Beautiful sunshiny day! Spring is revealing itself on the tree buds, the newly green grass, buds popping up out of the ground. Everyone have a wonderful Easter weekend.