Book Review: The Break Down

Book Review: The Break Down Author: P.A. Paris 2/5 Stars This is a brief review of a book that caught my attention briefly.  The book starts out with the promise of a good read about a recently wed woman, Cass, struggling with regret about not helping a female driver stranded alone on a deserted road … Continue reading Book Review: The Break Down

Navajo (Diné) Designed Jewelry

Memorial Day weekend 2017: My husband and I took a road trip with our two younger sons to Santa Fe, New Mexico for a convention that my husband was attending.  We love to hike so we took our hiking shoes, hiking poles and water bottles to spend our time outside hiking around his conference sessions. … Continue reading Navajo (Diné) Designed Jewelry

A Book Review: To Die But Once

  To Die But Once A Maisie Dobbs Novel By Jacqueline Winspear This is the fifteenth book in a series of novels about Maisie Dobbs, a Psychologist, and Investigator.  The author, Jacqeline Winspear, is listed as a New York Times bestselling author, a primary reason that I selected the first book in the series to … Continue reading A Book Review: To Die But Once

Appetizer for DebraJane

INGREDIENTS 24 large white mushrooms 12 oz flaked crab meat 4 Tbls Finely chopped onions 1 Tsp dried mustard 2 cups shredded Parmesan cheese (devided) 1 cup soft bread crumbs 1 Tbls finely chopped parsley 1/8 Tsp cyanne pepper 1/8 Tsp black pepper 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt (divided) 3 Tbls Mayo 1/2 cup butter (melted) […] … Continue reading Appetizer for DebraJane

Health and Beauty: Moisturizing Skin Care

via Health and Beauty: Sun Burn Relief With summer upon us so quickly here in Oklahoma I found myself scrambling this weekend to locate last year’s skin care products. Fortunately, Debra Jane recently posted information about a good product for fair skin.  While I fully intend to purchase her product recommendation for my fair skin … Continue reading Health and Beauty: Moisturizing Skin Care

Movie Review: Breathe

Last week with my travel to Charleston, South Carolina (Lowcountry Boil), I enjoyed viewing an in-flight movie on the return trip home to Oklahoma.  When I travel for work I typically dedicate my outbound travel to preparing for the offsite meeting.  On the first leg of the return trip home, the time is dedicated to … Continue reading Movie Review: Breathe

Festival of Art

One of the many things that I love about spring and early summer are the festivals and events hosted outdoors.  In Oklahoma, late April and May, there are many festivals, marathons, and other events sponsored each weekend.  These events are a sign of the season and they each provide culture for our community.  This weekend, … Continue reading Festival of Art

Lowcountry Boil

This week my occupation took me to Charleston, South Carolina for a spring industry meeting.  As usual, I left Oklahoma bright and early on Tuesday morning and headed through Atlanta to Charleston, SC.  My arrrival was a day late to the meeting, but in time for the primary industry speaker scheduled to attend on Wednesday.  … Continue reading Lowcountry Boil