My lunch is different every day depending on what I have in the cupboard and the fridge. Today I decided to have salmon salad (canned, wild-caught salmon with mayonnaise and black pepper) on an open-face sandwich. Continue reading “#Healthylunch”
“I’m still alive,” my eighty-seven-year-old mother’s voice croaked from my cell phone while I was in the car line at my daughter’s school.
“Why? What happened?” I asked anxiously. Continue reading “A Daring Grandma”
It’s the little things in life that make me truly happy. On Valentine’s Day, my husband’s face lit up when I gave him a small box of chocolates. Ross lifted the heart-shaped lid and one by one, ate all three pieces of candy. It was delightful to see him enjoy my simple gift.
Ross knows I like bright colors, so his gift to me was a rainbow assortment of socks. There’s a pink pair missing from the picture because they were already on my feet. That’s how much I love them!
There were so many blessings in 2016, but my favorite was getting to spend the Thanksgiving week with my mom, just the two of us. Earlier in the year, I told Mom that I had stopped eating meat, and she was so happy. When I told her that I was coming to her house for Thanksgiving, she was thrilled that she didn’t have to make a turkey. Instead, we had a delightful, but unconventional holiday meal! Continue reading “Highlight of 2016: Pescatarean Thanksgiving”
After reading Jennifer Weiner’s hilarious essay in the November issue of “Real Simple Magazine,” I found myself craving more of her work. Weiner is the bestselling author of many books, including “In Her Shoes,” a novel that was made into a major motion picture.
I chose “The Guy Not Taken,” a collection of Weiner’s short stories. Many of the main characters are female, so I found the stories relatable and delightfully unpredictable. Continue reading “The Guy Not Taken”
I was so excited to write this article about the Christmas Chalk Walk in Aliso Viejo!
To read the article, please use the link below.