Managing Chores- Dishwasher Duty


How do you spread the joy, er… responsibility, of dishwasher unloading at your house? Because we can go in spells of running the dishwasher a lot or very little, I was struggling with finding the best way to share the joy of dishwasher unloading among all my sweet children. My kids are 8- 12 years old. Also, […]

Chicken Breast with Spaghetti Squash Carbonara & Chardonnay


This recipe might sound like it takes a lot of extra work, but it’s actually much easier to make than it sounds. And the brining makes a fabulous difference, so be sure to plan ahead. Pan-Roasted Chicken Breast with Spaghetti Squash Carbonara Recipe reprinted and (modified a touch) from down home: downtown which features recipes […]

Operation Intentional #Kindness: August Missions


This month’s assignments for Operation Intentional #Kindness are: When you get an email from your child’s school, or another organization of which you are a member, respond with a kind word back to the sender. Mass-sent notes rarely get kind responses in return. Make it a point to compliment three people before dinnertime. Look the […]

Adding fitness back into my schedule


This morning, after dropping the kids at school, I went for a fitness assessment with a trainer. You see, things a have gotten out of hand over here and I am not taking care of myself as well as I should be. Launching VineSleuth/ Wine4.Me, as well as managing the rest of my life as […]

Daily Devotion: 31 Days in Proverbs: Proverbs 13


Today marked the first day back to school for my three children. It is exciting and yet hard to believe that we now have a third, sixth and seventh grader. I remember so much about each of those years of my own schooling with so many smiles…. new friends, old friends, new school supplies, lockers, roller […]

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