Tis the season for wrapped gifts in bags, with bows, and boxes under a tree… but unfortunately, that pretty shiny, laminated gift wrap paper is, in fact, not recyclable. And to include it in the bin with other paper products can make an entire load unrecyclable. If wrapping paper is metallic, or glittery, or has a … More Sustainability | Reducing Waste during the Holidays
I like to post on or near Thanksgiving about thankful and gratefulness. Especially when the biggest shopping day of the year is the next day. SMH.
Well, the 2018 Shelby’s family come to Colorado for vacation was a hit. We had fun to say the least. The closest to a family vacation with all of us before this one was all of us in Vegas a few years ago for my dad’s birthday.
Friends, how are we at the end of June? Seriously, I’m writing this and then publishing it, yeah procrastination! Also, I’m eagerly waiting for vacay later this summer.
It’s been eleven years since we said,”I Do.”
Suicide prevention/awareness month isn’t technically until October. But I wanted to address it this month because it so often is the result of untreated mental health issues. Having suicidal thoughts doesn’t make someone weak or flawed. It can be a result of many factors.
Today, I’m going to talk about the stigma surrounding mental health. Having been close to ministry and in a ministry dense life, I can tell you there is a lot of stigma surrounding mental health and the church. We need to do better.
2017 was a bit of a roller coaster ride.
Tis the season to reminisce on all the year has brought and taken. This is the first thanksgiving Travis and I are spending in Colorado since 2013, it seems impossible that we are here again.
My parent’s come to visit us in California once a year, and since none of us are really thrilled with the options of things to do in Modesto, we tend to visit somewhere else. Last year, we spent a few days in the Bay and a few days in South Lake Tahoe. This year, we … More South Lake Tahoe 2017