This Zucchini Mock Apple Pie is the perfect summer recipe to use abundant zucchini from your garden.
My youngest daughter Elizabeth is profoundly and permanently disabled from vaccine injury. She requires a 24-hour wake staff to care for her in the highest level care facility that California offers. Her care costs over $6000 a month.
Do not waste your time reading this if you voluntarily wear masks in public.
This is written solely for those who will not comply to mere non-law, tyrannical “guidance and conditioning.”
According to the dictionary, the word ‘masquerade’ is defined as ‘a false show or pretense.’ Synonyms include: deception, facade, cover-up, and act. How very fitting. Using California as an example, are you aware that there is no mask law, nor is there any mask mandate in California? Governor Newsom, himself admitted, HERE, that […]
Throughout Spring and Summer I paddle board around our lake almost every single day but when the Autumn weather kicked in a month ago, I found my new exercise passion and past-time, pickleball. One of my girlfriends had been hounding me to try pickleball for the past four years. I honestly, don’t know why I […]
I was a Certified Massage Therapist for many years before and while I became a Health and Wellness Coach. To say I’m open to natural health and wellness modalities that can benefit me, my family, and my clients, is an understatement. Since I’ve traveled all over the world reviewing spas and therapies, I have high […]
Paddle Boarding is one of my favorite outdoor pastimes. I love the tranquility, the core work out, the challenges, and the solitude. The sound of the water rushing past me and the simple soothing trickle of water gliding across my paddle puts me into a rhythm with nature and a calming, creative space in my […]
This is another reason why people with fake service dogs need to STOP ! Yesterday my daughter and I went to a restaurant with our real/actual service dog that is trained and is even licensed by our county’s sheriff department as a service dog. We wait to be seated and the hostess asks if […]
When my oldest daughter was three years-old she wanted a pet cockatiel so I found a sweet lady in Orangevale, California who lovingly hand-raised birds from her home. She was so devoted that she even carried the newborn chicks to work in her purse to feed them throughout the day at her desk job. Her […]
As a daily Stand Up Paddle Boarder, I just wanted to say I love my new, light, low profile, M16 inflatable belt pack PFD. It provides 25.6 lbs of buoyancy. It’s USCG approved. And on hot days when I paddle board, I no longer have to suffer while I am drenched in sweat. I guess […]
Some of my best memories of being a little girl in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California are of growing up in a quaint village where every store keeper knew and loved my family. The lavish generosity and kindness I have never found anywhere else since. Gladys McCloud, M. Raggett, Kip’s, Bruno’s, Scott’s Silver & Leather, Fortier’s Drug […]
Some say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Well, I’m not that old or I wouldn’t still need to even consider menstrual cups, tampons, or pads. However, I have had three babies and two are grown. So changing my monthly routine was a bit of a leap, after doing things the same way […]
Service dogs are beautiful, highly trained, and gifted animals that can only do their job when those around them use proper etiquette and manners. When trained properly, service dogs provide tasks and support that literally save lives. But often people don’t know how to behave around them in public. This is downright dangerous, extremely stressful, […]
What do you do when a big storm is brewing and there’s already lots of fresh powder on the ground and you have a new golden retriever puppy who hasn’t seen his first snow yet? Yep, you pile in the 4 wheel drive SUV and head up the mountain to some fresh powder. But alas, […]
This guest post comes from award-winning travel journalist Howard Hian who has earned countless prestigious awards including a Gold Medal/First Place Award from the North American Travel Journalists Association’s annual international writing contest. He has also received awards in the Cancun International writers competition, along with others too numerous to list. Howard was named as the San Diego […]