Hey faithful reader and friend! I'm taking a little time to do some much needed maintenance - and writing! So, stop back by soon for more travel adventures - more life navigation - and more pixie dust! Grateful to you for stopping by and see ya' real soon! ~Shannon
Sharing tips and what I've learned about Hawaiin Island stargazing. Often times on our family vacations, there are a lot of questions about my clarity of mind when I make certain choices about the activities and outings I arrange for us. “Are you sure that boat is big enough?” “Is that safe to eat?” “Did you read the car rental contract? Are you sure we allowed to take the car on this road?”
Ah, the joy of the baby name shame game. And I say, bring it on baby name shaming blog post. Bring. It. On.
Food never tasted better than it did at my grandma's house. So, when I had the opportunity to go to Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ at Disney Springs, my standards were high. When you say "homecomin' and comfort food" you better back that up. It seems people have been raving about it since Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ opened. And y’all, I now know why.
While Kevin-John's art is captivating, it is perhaps Kevin-John's life story that I found most inspiring. Over and over again, as he shared his story with us, I kept thinking, "this guy has some inspirational nuggets of wisdom that others need to hear!"
As I was picking up a few groceries the other day, I'm pretty certain that I terrified the young man restocking the organic waffles.
Why do I love Walt Disney World Resort the way I do? It's more than the thrilling attractions, more than the delicious dining, more than the beautiful resort hotels ... it's all of that ... and so much more. Having had one friend stuck there when her flight home was cancelled and another friend who... Continue Reading →
I guess I've just been reminded in the last few days that the long way has the power to make the race worth running.
I’ve had enough. I'd rather see images of our President spontaneously jogging through the White House with his/her dog...and here is what I'm gonna do about it.