Life

December 30, 2019

christmas in new york

For years, I’ve been fortunate to visit New York during the Christmas season. It’s been a self professed tradition since my college years, if not before. While I don’t make it to Rockefeller Center every year, I’ve come pretty close. However, 2019 was my first visit since 2016–the last 2 years having been outside the norm for me from a Christmas celebration perspective. But my annual tradition was reinstated over the course of the last...

March 15, 2016


we're getting a facelift!

Hello faithful followers! In an effort to bring you more benefits, including contests and giveaways–we’re undergoing a facelift and a bit of a behind-the-scenes relocation. (For you techies out there, we’re moving hosts.) You don’t have to do anything, (I don’t think…) but over the next few days/weeks our site may be a little ‘wonky’ (that’s a technical term) and it’s going to look a bit different in the short-term. But don’t worry, we’re working on...

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May 12, 2015


rt booklovers convention

So, I have been slightly MIA the last couple of weeks. Not because I haven’t been reading. And not because I don’t have some recipes in my back pocket. It’s because I’ve been spending the last few weeks furiously preparing for the RT Booklovers Convention in Dallas, TX. And it’s here! This is my first convention/conference of this nature and it’s not related to my day job. Already, I’m having a great time! My brother...

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April 28, 2015


pray for baltimore and nepal

For the last 20 years, I’ve called Baltimore home. While I no longer reside within the city limits, I am not far away, and it is therefore with a very heavy heart that I type this. No city deserves what Baltimore is currently enduring. I can only hope and pray that the violence, fires, looting, and riots cease immediately, order is restored, and the city can begin to heal. It’s going to take a...

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March 6, 2015


friday inspiration

 

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