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I almost forgot!

I know, I know… I’m supposed to give you a Sunday Wrapup post today. This is a lame day filler because my computer is upstairs and I’m too lazy to go get it. But I can’t miss my #NaBloWriMo post! Hubs and my mom threw me a surprise party yesterday. They totally got me, too.


I know I haven’t been around much lately. I’ve been on a bit of a social media break, as my mental health hasn’t been great. I’m taking a bit of a vacation, to read, relax–and GO ON OUR FIRST CRUISE!  Yippee! I’ll be back in a few weeks with some new material. In the meantime,

Blog Hiatus Update

I have been going back and forth on whether to restart the blog today. The fact that I’m still debating about it means that I probably am not ready to come back. I’m still reading, but near not what I was before. My mental health at this time cannot handle the pressure of the pace


  Hey ya’ll, the hubby and I are heading home to visit family, so I’ll be on hiatus for awhile. I should start posting again around March 21. Until then…it’s going to be a week or so of this:

Italian Stuffed Red Peppers

This week was hit or miss. We definitely hit kind of a lull where we were not as motivated to cook. Mostly, it was just a super busy week, so cooking every night just didn’t work out. We still mostly stuck to our diet plan though! The biggest hit were these Italian Stuffed Red Peppers.

* Black Friday to Cyber Monday * Award Winning Sale *

a Rafflecopter giveaway ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Release Date: February 11 , 2013 Published by The Writers Coffee Shop Genre: Fiction: Romance ISBN e-book:   978-1-61213-306-5 Available from: Amazon, Kobo, B&N, iTunes and TWCS PH ~~SUMMARY~~   After a case ended badly for Rebecca Carson, she’s losing her mind sitting around her apartment waiting on her superiors to allow her to return to work. Since she was a teenager, the only

Boy Meets Depression

Today marks the beginning of #READFORMENTALHEALTHWEEK, an event that happens every year to raise awareness for mental health and illness. Saturday the 10th is World Mental Health Day. As you would expect, I’ll be reading and sharing books that have to do with mental health on the blog this week. These topics might be heavy, possibly

Movie Adaptation: Dark Places

I haven’t done a movie adaptation in awhile, but I got to see a free pre-screening of Dark PlacesTuesday night, so I felt I owed a review. First things first, before I even get into the meat of it, I want to give a warning to those who need it, because there wasn’t one on-screen:  IF

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