I guess as we get older, our tolerance for things change. When I was a kid, I loved Sour Patch Kids. The faces we used to make would make my Mom laugh so hard. As an adult, I really don’t find them all that sour anymore. Have they changed? Have I changed? I couldn’t say for sure but, the new Sour Patch Redberry Slurpee at 7-Eleven is amazing!
Social media polling revealed “red” Sour Patch Kids, or Redberry flavor, as the overwhelming fan favorite against the other four Sour Patch flavors. Now the sour then sweet flavor of Sour Patch Kids Redberry and the frozen goodness of Slurpee come together for a taste you are sure to love. Last year’s Sour Patch Watermelon Slurpee became a new fan favorite and top-selling flavor and this year’s variety is expected to be a big hit as well! Read the rest of this entry »
I wanted to share with you why my postings have been well, few and far between the last few months. We were thrown a fast curveball with my step-son and it has been very consuming. Now, while Patrick and I are not married, and have no intentions of ever being so, (we have both been there and done that), his kids are still my step-children. I live with them, care for them and love them as if they were my own, as all step-parents should. I am very grateful that our blended family works wonderfully. We both get along with his ex-wife, Janet, and this is something that is very important when dealing with any life changing events.
Alex was always a smiling and laughing child. He is one of those children that can make just about anything funny. He has so much to say and wants everyone to know his thoughts. His energy is so contagious and hard not to dive into it head first. He can bring a smile to your face regardless of what your current mood its.
On March 14th, 2016, our lives were changed forever. Alex, was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at 9 years old. Just like any other “bad news” a doctor gives you, we were completely freaking out. He is with us every other week during school and every 2 weeks in the summer. Since I am the primary care giver during this time, my mind started doing flips. How am I going to take care of him? What if I mess something up? How am I going to revamp the entire way that I cook? How expensive is his new diet going to be? The questions and worries were so overwhelming. Read the rest of this entry »
If I had to pick the thing that makes me angry during summer break, I would have to be the fact that my kids seem to thing our backyard is a laundry basket. I am unsure why these 4 children can’t hang things up. They are in the pool 7 days a week which equals towels, swimsuits and clothes everywhere. Are they practicing for when they become husbands and think their wives are the maids? Maybe it’s just life with two teenagers and two nine-year olds that follow suit. I nix it as often as I can but, it’s an ongoing battle.
If you love Dory as much as we do, I have a great sweepstakes for you to enter! Whether you are able to take the family to the theater to see it or not, you do not want to miss out on this. You can even win movie tickets! Read the rest of this entry »