Father’s Touch

This post is post Father's Day, but better late than never. Our kids are soft. I am sure you have heard this term more than you want to. Men..... always criticized, always corrected by us women, wives, mothers. Speaking from my own experience my father had a very harsh hand, he ruled the household, he … Continue reading Father’s Touch

Doiu’s Chicken aka Pork Chops

This recipe has become a regular in my family and it is so delicious, yet easy. Several years ago when my son was little and everything that he agreed to eat had to be called "chicken", my sister was visiting and made these amazing pork chops, we ended up calling them "Doiu's chicken" to this … Continue reading Doiu’s Chicken aka Pork Chops

Meltdown

Meltdown - we all know that toddlers have them. We all know that babies cry and scream - but we try to pretend that it is not normal to have a meltdown when we are adults. We try to hide it and mask it or numb it. We zip it up and put it in … Continue reading Meltdown

Boundaries aka NO

BOUNDARIES -  Few years ago I had no idea what that meant. And when I finally found out what that word means and what it can do to your life and happiness it's a complete puzzle piece to freeing your soul and becoming happy. I grew up in a NO environment.  I am from Estonia, … Continue reading Boundaries aka NO

Grateful For You

I wanted to write this post to all my followers and likers. While we look for validation on all the places outside of us, many of us know that it's not where it's at. Much harder to practice than to talk about. But while I am practicing it, I am still very tuned in to … Continue reading Grateful For You

Running High

I never would have thought about running anywhere, especially out of my own desire and not from something that chases me, like a bear or neighborhood dog who got loose. I used to see people running and it looked so cool, I was thinking to myself how do they do it,  it looks so professional, … Continue reading Running High

Quiche Week

I am calling this post Quiche week as I have literally been eating quiche for a week. I made few of them for Easter. My plan was to make it easy and buy quiche, but as I was scrolling through the grocery store the quiches did not look fresh, they were wrapped in heavy plastic … Continue reading Quiche Week