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”

My first podcast episode

This is my first attempt at podcasting. It’s short, hopefully sweet, and helpful. I will be back later this week with more behind the scenes stories of how I got this far. I am obviously not a pro yet but I hope I can find a cool intro sound soon and keep it consistent. IfContinue reading “My first podcast episode”

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 Utah Earthquake

Who would have guessed that in a time when everyone is worried about a virus and hoped to stay safe by keeping everyone at home we would be hit with a disaster? Pretty much no one in Utah. As we hope to keep the toilet paper scavengers calm I can only say, stay safe andContinue reading “A Utah Earthquake”

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”