Minneapolis

This was my home. This is where I lived... This is what a protest looks like I've been told... This is justice for George Floyd I've been told. I've been told, supposedly schooled, even screamed at. But. I don't see justice. I know what I see. THIS is not justice. I wonder what you will... Continue Reading →

December

Winding down December! Here is the last of the Christmas pictures, scenery pictures, and a few candid shots of our December in Texas. A four-minute slideshow with an awesome song! (Music: Second Star to the Right by The Devil Music Company)   Live your best life! ~Kim

Let’s Get Married! (Magic Memory)

The hubby and I started dating a bit later in life... I was 37, and he was 43. (Yes, we have known each other our entire lives.) Once we began dating in September of 2003, we moved in together about six months later and were married in October of 2004. We already knew each other's... Continue Reading →

The House on Taylor Street (My Ugly Kitchen)

Well here's a little post that you requested from a while back. I talked about my house on Taylor Street's kitchen. It was an ugly kitchen but it was MY KIND of ugly! So I have rooted around and found a few photos. I do not have access to my entire box of photos right... Continue Reading →

The House on Taylor Street (Looming House Inspection)

This is where I try to sound like I know what I'm doing, but I really only have a 50/50 shot of coming out of this unscathed. Right now, it is 5:14 AM. Neither the hubby nor I can sleep any longer. The day of the home inspection is here! A man who literally holds... Continue Reading →

Let’s Make a Smash Book!

What is a smash book you ask? It is similar to scrapbooking without the rules. All those pictures you don't know what to do with? Put them into a smash book. Letters, notes, pictures your kid colored for you, trinkets, the instruction sheet on how to use your voodoo doll ... SMASH it all in this... Continue Reading →

Fire! Try Again…

I have been posting some pretty serious stuff lately, so I wanted to post something 'light-hearted.' I want to talk about the difference in basic hotel safety rules in the United States to those in Mexico. The hubby and I have traveled to Mexico on five different occasions. We love their culture! The colors are bright... Continue Reading →

Before I Tripped Over a Stone, #23

(Previous post, Before I Tripped, #22) I was settling in and getting comfortable as the director of the Bishop Lewis State Work Release program in Seattle, Washington. I had worked with a government narcotics unit to safely (and quietly) remove a strain of black tar heroin from the community. The facility was moving in the... Continue Reading →

B&W, Seven Days Photo Challenge, 6&7

I was tagged by Jo, at Life in the Spectrum, to complete the seven days, black and white photo challenge! This is a new blog for Jo, (The Momentum of MoJo). It is wonderful, please check it out. The rules are straightforward. Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone... Continue Reading →

B&W Seven Day Photo Challenge, #4

I was tagged by Jo, at Life in the Spectrum, to complete the seven days, black and white photo challenge! This is a new blog for Jo, (The Momentum of MoJo). It is wonderful, please check it out. The rules are straightforward. Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone... Continue Reading →

B&W Photo Challenge, Day #3

I was tagged by Jo, at Life in the Spectrum, to complete the seven days, black and white photo challenge! This is a new blog for Jo, (The Momentum of MoJo). It is wonderful, please check it out. The rules are straightforward. Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone... Continue Reading →

B&W Photo Challenge, Day #2

I was tagged by Jo, at Life in the Spectrum, to complete the seven days, black and white photo challenge! This is a new blog for Jo, (The Momentum of MoJo). It is wonderful, please check it out. The rules are straightforward. Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone... Continue Reading →

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