Category Archives: Pockets of Sunlight

Hurricane Preparedness

Hi everyone! Are you #IrmaReady? As of this posts’s latest update:– Irma is a category 5, with sustained winds of 185 mph, + gusts reaching over 200mph. – Irma is definitely going to bring devastating winds and storm surge to … Continue reading

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Sunny Sundays

If you haven’t realized or heard yet, I made the decision to start Unplugging from FaceBook and Google. Because of this, you won’t see any more posts or pictures from me, unless you are in one of my photo streams, or … Continue reading

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Gratitudes

Today I’m grateful for… 1)  Rediscovering how amazing, quick, and easy frozen vegetable dishes are… 2) Having a job to start on Monday 3) Christine at AdvantageCare- she’s really doing her best to take care of me On a side note, … Continue reading

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Tiny Log Cabin

I could TOTALLY live here! Just look at that view! This is where I’ll be spending most of my time. Lounging reading my favorite book, enjoying my coffee and eggs with my man in the morning, sipping tea or a … Continue reading

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Awesome Dad sends his son’s toy train to Space

I was very blessed with an involved and active Dad in my childhood. Tiger Cubs and Cub Scouts and Boy scouts were a huge part of my upbringing, and are part of the cement of the bond I have with … Continue reading

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Pockets of Hope, Rainbows

It only makes sense. If you’ve read the last blog, then you know how I feel about our environment. If you’ve watched the “11th Hour”, then I would think you have a pretty good idea as far was what kind … Continue reading

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Pockets of Sunlight

I’ve recently watched a documentary, titled ‘The 11th Hour”. It was shown in my Earth Systems class at school, and I was so impressed, and it was such an eye-opener, that I watched it again at home. A term used … Continue reading

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