When I lived in San Diego during my high school years, we’d frequently pass by Carlsbad and there, off the freeway, you can see all the colors of the full-bloom ranunculuses covering the hills. They looked gorgeous. But I wasn’t mature enough to appreciate a flower field like that just yet. It wasn’t until I moved an hour and a…

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Sunday Mornings Tradition

As I’ve gotten older, one thing that I have developed to enjoy is a good routine. Routines help plan my time more efficiently and lessens decision fatigue that I so often get. A few months after moving in to our first home, coming from a teeny tiny apartment with a dark, super cramped kitchen, I finally had a kitchen that…
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Saturday Sales, #2

This week has been quite the week. I may not have mentioned this, but we’ve moving from California to Texas a couple of weeks ago, and are currently in the middle of selling our California home as well as buying a Texan home. Needless to say, it’s been quite a stressful time! And what’s more of a relaxing pastime than…
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The Beauty of Blogging

I’ve been reading some well-written posts on why some of the bloggers that I follow, like A Perfect Canvas and InTheFrow, do what they do in the blogosphere. It made me think about why I was jumping back into the blogging world after the umpteenth time trying. You may have recalled I briefly spoke about having a blog as early as my teen…
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A Forest in Roatàn

Prior to this cruise, I’ve only ever visited Mexico in the realm of Cancun and Los Cabos. But in the middle of our trip to New Orleans, we went on a week-long cruise with Norwegian to explore a few stops along the Western Caribbean. One of the stop was the port of Roatàn, Honduras. The port itself, full of shops…
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