Sunday Snapshot

Every time I say I’m going to do something on a regular basis, I fail to follow through. Yes, I am undisciplined, which is not something to be proud of, yet I’m comfortable enough within my own skin to admit it to you – my blog friend.

Yet, it seems a reasonable and “easy like Sunday morning” . . . → Read More: Sunday Snapshot

I Survived January…

January is usually the time to recover from the madness of the end-of-the-year holiday mayhem. That being said, normally I like to hit the ground running on January 1, attempting to reach lofty goals, stretch further than I did the year prior, raising the bar on all expectations – in other words, I like . . . → Read More: I Survived January…

Sights of Savannah

Recently, I stumbled upon photos from last year in Savannah, Georgia. I was there for a work conference in the early fall.

And oh, what a lovely fall it was!

Even though it was a “work trip,” as AAL regulars know by now, I always find time to play! Or at least photograph.

While in Savannah, sucking up the lovely weather, it was . . . → Read More: Sights of Savannah

Welcome to An Authentic Life

Authentic posts are made daily, whenever possible, although I have come to learn that balance is a healthy and necessary part of living authentically.

{Besides, an occasional day off keeps the laundry and dust-bunnies at bay. And, Sexy Hubby appreciates a home-cooked meal every now and then.}

What does it mean to “Live An Authentic Life?”

Only . . . → Read More: Welcome to An Authentic Life

The Blogging Journey – Part 3

Path to Success

Welcome to The Blogging Journey – Part 3.

To recap The Blogging Journey Part 1 – CLICK HERE or The Blogging Journey Part 2 – CLICK HERE


It strikes without warning.

And it struck me today, while driving to my “day job.”


Lately, I feel as though I am “wallowing” my way through life.

When I say “wallow” I don’t . . . → Read More: The Blogging Journey – Part 3

Visions of Fall in Montana

I may be setting a bad precedence, but, I have an excuse.

My new camera grants me a new creative outlet. And I was feeling a bit impulsive today. Besides, why tell you something, when I can show you something.

Much like the blogs that practically write themselves in my head, nearly everything I see, I think, “Oh, . . . → Read More: Visions of Fall in Montana

Re-Run House of Cards

Reposted from January 2010.

In preparation of our son’s birthday, I ran to the store, at the last minute, to purchase a card.

Usually I purchase cards in bulk, or use from my own supply. But things got away from me, and I didn’t plan ahead. I thought, what the heck, I’ll just pick up a . . . → Read More: Re-Run House of Cards

Cookbooks and Nostalgia

Farmers Market Pumpkins

While at the Gallatin Valley Farmers Market this past weekend, I bought a zucchini for fifty cents.

I am a sucker for zucchini bread. It always reminds me of fall.

All I needed was a recipe. I went directly to my resource collection.

My favorite . . . → Read More: Cookbooks and Nostalgia

Blog Post #200

Today I reached a milestone.

This is blog post #200.

I am trying to “enjoy the journey” at this stage, which is challenging. I wrote about goal setting a few days ago in The Blogging Journey – Part 1, noting the hardest part is getting started. Now that I have . . . → Read More: Blog Post #200

The Flight Attendant’s Guide To Customer Service

Photo, circa 1970: My grandma Helen traveling from Pittsburgh to San Francisco for the holiday season to visit her only grand-daughters. This was when air travel was at its customer service best. Mainly because passengers were a little less demanding.

And life moved a little slower.

As a young girl, I loved going to the airport to pick . . . → Read More: The Flight Attendant’s Guide To Customer Service

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