Bruschetta with Feta Cheese & Balsamic Vinegar

Bruschetta with Feta Cheese & Balsamic Vinegar

With homegrown tomato season just around the corner, I thought I’d share my favorite summertime recipe ~ Bruschetta with Feta Cheese and Balsamic Vinegar. I make this simple recipe several times during the summer, often enjoying these delish appetizers out on my patio with my family and a breathtaking view of a mountain sunset. Made […]

Around the World in a Summer (Introduction & Week 1 Itinerary)

Around the World in a Summer (Introduction & Week 1 Itinerary)

My seven-year-old son and I are embarking on an adventure this summer—an educational expedition that will take us around the world over the next 11 weeks. As armchair travelers, we’ll be learning all sorts of things about each region we visit, including its geography, people and cultures, history, cuisine, contributions to art and literature, and […]

The Imagination Station: Hunt for the Devil’s Dragon

The Imagination Station: Hunt for the Devil’s Dragon

My seven-year-old son and I love a good adventure story. So I was thrilled to discover a series of books that delivers just that—Adventure in Odyssey’s The Imagination Station series. We’ve read the first three books and have enjoyed the storylines, characters, and messages. We own Books 4 through 10 and plan to read them. […]

Garden Markers

Garden Markers

It’s so good to get back to blogging! Life’s been {BEEsy} here these last couple of weeks with many good things. My son finished first grade last Wednesday, and we celebrated at school and home. I have some exciting things to share about that in the weeks to come. I’ve also enjoyed some special moments […]

Colorado’s Spruce Creek Trail and Mohawk Lakes (with Photos)

Colorado’s Spruce Creek Trail and Mohawk Lakes (with Photos)

With hiking season just around the corner, I thought I’d share one of my favorite places to hike in Colorado. Four years ago, my family discovered a gem tucked away in the mountains near Breckenridge, Colorado ~ Spruce Creek Trail. My son was three at the time, and with the help of a Kelty child […]

8 Beautiful Lessons I’ve Learned from My Mom

8 Beautiful Lessons I’ve Learned from My Mom

In 2009, I had the great privilege of interviewing my mom as part of an assignment for a writing class. What an enriching experience that interview was! (If you have the opportunity, I urge you take take some time to interview your mom. You’ll likely be surprised by what you discover about her.) It gave […]