This is our first Spring/Summer in our new house and with a little bit of land to call our own, it’s our first year attempting a vegetable and fruit garden. Growing up, we had gardens off and on. Sometime’s really big gardens and sometimes just a vine tomato growing in one of the flower beds. I absolutely love gardens and well manicured lawns. Ours is … Continue reading

10 Things to Do in Knoxville this Spring

When the weather starts to turn sunny and the temperature gauge inches higher with each passing week, I get the urge to be outdoors as often as possible. Perhaps it’s being shut in all Winter long or the prospect of being confined indoors with the air conditioning during our Southern Summers. Either way, I’m always looking for ways to get outside and Knoxville is just … Continue reading 10 Things to Do in Knoxville this Spring

Hello There, Hello Fresh.

Let me start by saying, I am extremely skeptical of reviews online simply because I know how easy it is to phone it in. I also know how often those reviews are advertisements in disguise. That being said, I have to tell you about using Hello Fresh while pregnant. We first started using this meal delivery service in November/December which if you’ve read my previous post, … Continue reading Hello There, Hello Fresh.

PBS, Daniel Tiger, and Economic Accessibility

  I want to start this post with a few thoughts about PBS. The Public Broadcasting Service is older than me. A lot older than me. It’s always been there as far as I’m concerned. Growing up, we only had 3-4 channels depending on the weather. PBS was the only channel that produced children’s programming during the day. Sesame Street. Reading Rainbow. The Inside Story … Continue reading PBS, Daniel Tiger, and Economic Accessibility