Don’t you just love October? This is my favorite time of the year, mostly because of my favorite upcoming holiday, Halloween. The ferocious Texas heat goes away, pumpkins come out to play, and skeleton flamingoes dance in yards. Let’s celebrate together. Check out today’s post, “Spooky Season 2021 Has Arrived”, on MGSpear.com.Read More
Can you imagine my husband toiling away in the bathroom with a fully charged phone and me reading him cat poetry through the door?Read More
Anyone can give advice; the trick is to take to heart what affects you. This is why I like motivational quotes. Not too in-your-face, but with just the right resonance to ping interest.
So this year I continue on in that vein, but with motivational winged cats interspersed with regular original quotes. I am looking forward to the new year and the adventures it will bring, so why not live dangerously by enjoying life and making quotes with a meow factor? After all, none of us escapes life alive.
A lot of interesting things has happened over this year—some good, some bad. It’s important to remember the memories of good times this year and in the past, and use them to look forward to a hopefully better year.
Whether you celebrate the holidays this year with family, friends, cats, dogs, guinea pigs, or all of the above, I wish you the warmest happy holidays and a great respite from everything that has taken shape around us.
Because you are worth it—trust me.
This year I am thankful for all the little things that have helped me along the way. Today’s post is about one of those little things: the time my husband decided to get rollerblade wheels for our desk chairs. It’s a funny story to remember ventures that worked out.Read More
What does Valentine’s Day mean to you? For some, it means flowers and chocolate and date night. For others, it is a propaganda holiday, advertising to people to get all the candy; spend all this money on a lavish present; to prove your love to your significant other. It all comes down to this one […]Read More
As this year comes to a close, I do the customary look back at it: I am so grateful for so many things. I am grateful for friends and family, for my jobs and for the adventures I have in the off time; for exploring new options with my blog and businesses; for you, dear […]Read More
For some, the holidays are full of family and friends, of laughter and Christmas trees and presents and merry making all around. For others, this time of year brings tension, apprehension, and feelings of sadness. For a lot of people, sometimes it can be a combination of both. I hope you spend this Christmas in […]Read More
Since my husband’s main job is with an ISD, sometimes he gets school holidays off, like this past Thanksgiving week. I had the week off too, and we grazed on our Thanksgiving dinner on different days: we had an awesome recipe for bacon wrapped green beans that we made during the beginning of the week; […]Read More