We recently went on our honeymoon, a 2-week whirlwind adventure through Italy and France. We saw almost everything we had planned to, although not quite enough to deter us from wanting to return. 😉 Since we have gotten back there have been all he usual questions of what we did, ate, and saw. More… Continue reading How we Traveled for 2 Weeks in Europe for less than $4,000 (For EVERYTHING)
Being a fulltime caregiver for an elderly loved one can be difficult. Exhausting. Frustrating. Emotional. It also can be sweet. Humbling. Rewarding. I have learned that support for those caregivers is so needed. It can be lonely and ever so much time consuming. Energy consuming. 20 years ago I watched my saint of a mother… Continue reading 10 activities to do with the Elderly and homebound.
A cemetery is a place of reverence, a place to visit loved ones and ancestors, to pay repect. As strange as it may sound to some, I love waking through a cemetery as I’m on my travels. Especially really old ones! You can find out so much about a community and people this way. Here are a few of my favorites.
There is something truly magical to me about stepping on unfamiliar soil. The new smell of the air-freshener hanging in the rear view of the taxi cab as the expanse if a turquoise sea greets you out the window. Listening to a couples quarrel in a different language while you are waiting in line for… Continue reading Travel, Beauty, & Wellness Items you will ALWAYS find in my Carry-on