Traveling to San Francisco

Day 1: We arrived in the afternoon, so our first stop was dropping off all of my sister’s items. She was on the trip to move, so she had more luggage than the rest of us. After checking into the hotel, we needed food. If you’ve ever stayed in Oakland, the Marriott is the wayContinue reading “Traveling to San Francisco”

How to save on an electrician

Hello! I recently learned about my home and how it works because I blew out the lights in my beauty room. After a traumatic moment of fearing for my bank account, I was able to work with my dad to find the issue. If you’ve stumbled onto this post because you don’t want to callContinue reading “How to save on an electrician”

Remembering Annie

Loss is a hard thing to describe. Today I’ve been thinking about the last conversation I had with my cousin and saying good bye. I remember the call from my dad telling me to come down to the hospital, feeling like it was not possible that her light would be put out. 2 years ago,Continue reading “Remembering Annie”

A Story of Cake

I am not a baker. In fact, I am a pretty sketchy cook. I do what I need to survive, okay! I am willing to try it though. In the midst of a quarantine seemed like a great time to give it a go. As the stars aligned for my every store to be closedContinue reading “A Story of Cake”

A Dash of Me

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. I am a simple woman, but my family wouldn’t agree. I have been a force of nature since I was born. My parents said that I was a super baby, able to walk, talk, and potty trained by the age of 10 months. None ofContinue reading “A Dash of Me”