When I graduated college, I could make two things: pasta and cereal. I used to Google embarrassingly-basic things like “how to hard boil an egg” or “how do I know when my chicken is done?” Continue reading “Our new family cookbook”
I have celebrated Valentine’s Day single, with wine, with chocolate, with my dog, and with my husband. They’ve all been great dates. My favorite date, however, is chocolate. Here are the best affairs with chocolate I’ve ever had … Continue reading “The best Valentine’s date ever”
This Thanksgiving almost slipped right past me. Traveling across the country has left me scatterbrained, until I stepped into a grocery store and saw all of the pumpkin pie fillings and crusts. Continue reading “10 things I’m thankful for”
Days 10 and 11 were spent catching up with my brother and his family in Missouri, along our trek through the Midwest as we leave Route 66 behind and divert towards Maryland. Continue reading “Food, family and more food – back in the Midwest!”
Today was our biggest driving day yet, hitting the road from Albuquerque at 8:30 a.m. and pushing through until we got to Oklahoma City at 8 p.m. It was a long stretch much less about scenic sites and more about each other’s company. Continue reading “When All We Have is Each Other: Day 8”
Just as I’m documenting this journey through words and photos, today’s trek from Flagstaff to Albuquerque was filled with stories documented from centuries ago, taking us back in time as we crossed the border from Arizona to New Mexico. Continue reading “Going Back in Time: Day 6”
I know I said in an earlier post that Sean and I are not “city dwellers.” This is true 99% of the time, with our idea of a vacation being a beach or a cabin where we can unplug, but Vegas has stolen our hearts in so many unexpected ways.