The Bucket List concept is very popular these days. Seems like everybody has one, and if they don’t, they’re either pretending they do or feeling like they should.
We sat on a stoop outside The Gin restaurant in Belton on Sunday afternoon, eating frozen yogurt and staring into the warm winter sun.
We’re only two weeks into 2014, but I have to say it’s been a bumpy year so far. I’ve experienced lots of high and lows, excitement, disappointment, anxiety and joy.
Procrastination is my middle name. It’s not really, but it should be. I fully enjoy putting off today what I can surely do tomorrow.
The Christmas tree has been assembled in the living room, standing at attention waiting to be adorned.
With Thanksgiving looming on the horizon, thoughts naturally turn to turkey and dressing, green bean casserole, pumpkin pie and other decadent culinary creations. My mouth is already watering in anticipation, but I have a confession to make.
Several weeks ago, my children decided to participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s event in Grapevine.