Family Fun, island life

Ghost Stories in Galveston

I'm not one who believes in ghost stories. I most certainly believe in the supernatural. I'm a particular fan of the Holy Ghost. But since I have moved to the coast, I have seen some creepy things. It's easy to see why ghost stories are so common around these parts. The other night, Tony and… Continue reading Ghost Stories in Galveston

Family Fun, island life, Local Eats, Texas Travels

Where To Eat In Galveston: The Black Pearl

The Black Pearl Oyster Bar sits at the corner of 23rd Street and Market.   It also sits at the corner of delicious and amazing.  With seafood favorites and a Cajun Flair, there is no reason not to hit this place when you are in Galveston. The Black Pearl is located in the historic Strand District… Continue reading Where To Eat In Galveston: The Black Pearl

Family Fun, island life, Travels in the USA

What To See In Galveston- Galveston Railroad Museum

Traveling with children is one of the best experiences.  It can also be one of the most challenging.  Galveston is an incredible destination for families.  One of the attractions that make Galveston awesome is the Galveston Railroad Museum. With 5 acres and over 40 pieces of rolling stock, there is plenty of room for little… Continue reading What To See In Galveston- Galveston Railroad Museum

Faith, Family Fun, island life, writing

A Writer’s Day

Today was a perfect day. I woke up happy. Spent time with God on my balcony. Reflected on a sweet evening with daughter #2. Did my workout. Snuggled with a grandbaby. Worked a couple hours at my paying job (transaction coordinator) Worked several hours and wrote 5000 words at my dream job. (Writer) Marked chores… Continue reading A Writer’s Day

Family Fun, island life, Texas Travels

Where To Eat In Galveston, Texas

So, I want to tell you about my favorite restaurant in Galveston. But then again, I don’t. I like knowing the local spots and if any more people find out about this gem, then I will have to wait longer. But then again, I live here full time and I can eat when all the… Continue reading Where To Eat In Galveston, Texas

Family Fun, Parenting

My Three Amigos

These three beauties are my grandchildren. T- Born in December, R-born in the following December and G- born the following September. Yes, it was an intense time for our family. I adore these blessings. We took a morning and had a little photoshoot on the beach. We had so much fun! I bought the outfits… Continue reading My Three Amigos

All Year Round, Faith, Family Fun, Organic Gardening

A Poem About Fall

In the garden, Autumn is, indeed the crowning glory of the year, bringing us the fruition of months of thought and care and toil. And at no season, safe perhaps in Daffodil time, do we get such superb colour effects as from August to November. Rose G. Kingsley   Fall is the best time of… Continue reading A Poem About Fall

Family Fun, Random Thoughts, Recipes

There May Be Snow, But The Seasons Have Changed: A Different Kind Of Snow Day With A Hot Chocolate Recipe

I love snow days, I always have.  Once we began the farm, snow days were certainly different from the snow days where we just got to bundle up and watch movies.  Making sure the animals have water, shelter, and extra feed can take away from the pleasure at times, but it also brings its own… Continue reading There May Be Snow, But The Seasons Have Changed: A Different Kind Of Snow Day With A Hot Chocolate Recipe

Family Fun, Travels in the USA

Think Southern Florida Is Just For Old Folks? Think Again…

While continuing on the Road Less Traveled we traveled south from Ft. Pierce a few miles and explored Bathtub Reef.  Located at the south end of Hutchison Island, Bathtub Reef Park is a must for snorkeling.  Tubeworms have built a reef by cementing bits of sand and shell creating reef rocks that look like honeycomb.  The… Continue reading Think Southern Florida Is Just For Old Folks? Think Again…

Family Fun, Travels in the USA

The Road Less Traveled- Round Island, Florida

The Road Not TakenBY ROBERT FROSTTwo roads diverged in a yellow wood,And sorry I could not travel bothAnd be one traveler, long I stoodAnd looked down one as far as I couldTo where it bent in the undergrowth;Then took the other, as just as fair,And having perhaps the better claim,Because it was grassy and wanted… Continue reading The Road Less Traveled- Round Island, Florida