December 31, 2018

Last thoughts of 2018

I started 2018 miserably sick, by my birthday in March it was time to take charge by making my health and well being a priority. Showing up for myself has been a game changer. I've never been healthier or more strong. Shedding 52 pounds was quite the feat after struggling for years to even lose a pound. More proudly, I quit Diet Coke.

Our travels have taken me to four countries, a dozen states and countless cities: US (AZ, CA, CO, MA, RI, CT, VT, NH, NJ, MS, LA & FL. Mexico (Tijuana, Los Cabos, La Paz, Cabo Plumo, Loreto), Costa Rica (San Jose, La Fortuna, Santa Teresa and Jaco) and England (London).

I have fallen HARD for hockey, but also traveled for my first love of baseball and my second, football. Saw so many great concerts and made wonderful memories with friends and family near and far.

I've watched my family take on new challenges and exceed their goals. I couldn't be more proud!

This year we celebrated 21 years together. It's been an amazing adventure. I'm so lucky to have him by my side.

After a run of some really tough years; this one has been so good, I don't want to let it go. Let's hope it's just beginning.

May 2019 be the year to thrive.

December 25, 2018

Christmas Wishes!

I hope you are having the very best Christmas and that it is filled with love and laughter. May the magic of the holiday be with you today and through out the year.

I am happy to be home to celebrate with family. To create new memories and continue old traditions we hold most dear.

Merry Christmas!

December 13, 2018

Thanks a Latte

Hey all! I really thought I'd be back with some regularity after the summer, but life had other plans. As it turned out I only had access to a PC at work. The one at home fizzled out ages ago, and I'd occasionally use Frank's laptop, but now that he travels majority of the time it goes on the road with him. Construction is booming so it leaves me little time to tinker with side projects. However, I finally bit the bullet and joined the world of on the go computing. I bought myself a Surface Go. This should put an end to the excuses.

I have pretty much the whole year to highlight so there is no shortage of adventures and tidbits to share. If you've stuck with me despite the crickets, thank you! I mean that from the bottom of my heart. And if you're new around here, welcome! Let's clear the cobwebs and get back to it.