The State of the Thing

I haven’t written many posts about what’s going on in my life lately. Honestly, I haven’t really known what to say. It’s not that things or bad, or that I am sad; it’s just a weird transition period I am trying to figure out. August came in

Fresh Thyme Farmer’s Market Opens in North Indianapolis #FreshThyme

This post is sponsored by Fresh Thyme Farmers Market. I love going to farmers markets. In addition to the yummy produce, I love the chance to be able to connect with the people who are growing my food. I also love the chance to support local farmers

Day Out With Thomas 2014 at French Lick Scenic Railway

Year after year, one of my boys’ favorite activities is Day Out With Thomas. There is just something about trains that¬†kids love. We spent almost the whole day at Thomas this year, and I still had to drag the boys away when it was time to go.

It’s Time to Get Serious

If you’ve followed this blog for awhile, or you follow me on social media, you may already know that I am on the board of a fantastic organization called the Monkey Do Project. MDP partners with charitable organizations and aid providers in the Appalachian area of the

Five on Friday | 5 Characteristics of the Perfect Paper Towel

Today’s Five on Friday is brought to you by Viva. I have a bad habit of buying cheap paper towels. There’s nothing wrong with being frugal, but the bargain-basement paper towels I favored tend to disintegrate before they are actually useful. I end up using twice as

Strawberry Nutella Dessert Roll-Ups

Thanks Azteca for sending us a prize pack and inspiring us to get creative in the kitchen. My oldest son loves tortillas. He likes them for his tacos, he likes them with peanut butter, he likes them when they’re wrapping up turkey and cheese. But most of