I was a semi-famous fiction writer

Why is writing such a big part of my life? Before I became a mom I was a semi-famous fiction writer. In the late 90s and early 00’s, I had a pretty sizeable following for my boyband fanfiction. I know. I know. Don’t roll your eyes but I had multiple novels posted online for fansContinue reading “I was a semi-famous fiction writer”

The world is clearly going crazy!

As I was resarching topics for future blog posts I ran across the term “5 reasons not to…” I was curious to see what other kinds of posts were out there so I took to Twitter and this is what came up on the first page of finds… 5 reasons not to…— age your wine—Continue reading “The world is clearly going crazy!”

My inventory probably isn’t as up to date as it could be

Crocheting has been a hobby of mine for over 10 years. It all started when I was pregnant with my daughter. I suddenly, in true Enneagram Type 5 style, needed to learn crochet after years of failed attempts. I took to the internet and found The Crochet Crowd (actually before it became world famous). TheContinue reading “My inventory probably isn’t as up to date as it could be”

Sunday games are supposed to be an escape from reality

Behind the scenes. Hubby hanging out. This is the first time in 10 years we aren’t playing fantasy football. I don’t know what your take is on it but we are kind of boycotting the NFL this year due to how ridiculously political it’s gotten. To me the Sunday games are supposed to be anContinue reading “Sunday games are supposed to be an escape from reality”

Opening Day

Little League Baseball is not as closely related to softball as one might think. While both are played with bats and balls, the comparison stops there. While I know there will be more discoveries in the coming weeks, this 4 season veteran softball mom is already finding big differences in the sports lets start withContinue reading “Opening Day”

5 things they don’t tell you about being a softball mom

Last spring my daughter dropped out of the karate dojo into the world of softball. At seven years old our recreational league was a great beginning. We were middle of the pack with a great first year coach who helped our team really love the game of softball. As much as I thought I knewContinue reading “5 things they don’t tell you about being a softball mom”

How to Spring Break Like a Pro

Spring Break is different with kids. When it comes to planning a spring break for kindergarten age kids and younger, your focus becomes more on what you can do with the kids during the week while you take advantage of being able to sleep in since there is no school for an entire week!