It’s no secret there are some people who misunderstand the hunting community and lifestyle. They think hunters are unnecessarily cruel, inhumane, or enjoy killing for fun. Nope. Nope. and Nope. This is just so not accurate. Keep on Reading!
I was recently trying to explain the term “crunchy” to a single guy friend of ours, but I may have missed the mark with him, as my husband came home today and told me that our dear friend went and bought Palm Breezes (a sparkling alcohol spritzer) because he’s “crunchy” now…. Er, no. Those little spritzers are delicious and could darn near be considered a morning juice (not that I have ever done that… kidding, I told you this would be real stuff, I have totally done that), but they are not crunchy at all. But how sweet that he is trying, I will support him (and you!) at whatever level of crunchy he is at. Anyhow, let me see if I can do a better job explaining what this little word means for our family! Keep on Reading!
So you have this awesome guy and you and him are ready to tie the knot. But said guy also happens to be a hunter. There are some things that I have learned over the years, none of which I knew before I married my hunk of hunter husband that I think are worthy of sharing. While non of these things would have changed my mind on marrying him one bit, a heads up is always appreciated in my world! So let’s talk about the things you need to know before you marry a hunter… Keep on Reading!
That moment when you wake up, open your eyes….and one won’t open. This was me this past Monday. My eye was crusted shut. I looked in the mirror to find green and yellow puss along with a very red and swollen eye staring back at me. Helloooo Monday morning, hello pink eye. Seriously. What adult gets pink eye?!?! I am a chiropractor, and I practice solo in my office, so when stuff like this pops up, I need to close down my office. I also need to heal as quick as possible to open my doors back up. Not to mention being down with any illness when you have a toddler… ouch. Read more
It never ceases to amaze me how much we can learn from our children, and how amazing it is to see the world through their eyes. Here are a few things I learned from my daughter who is 21 months old…. all in one days play. Keep on Reading!