I went on a date with Andrew McCutchen last week. By "date," I mean I rode in a truck that he graciously and generously donated to 412 Food Rescue. When Cutch heard 412 Food Rescue was raising money to buy a refrigerated truck to safely haul and deliver fresh food to those in need all over ... » Learn More about 412 Food Rescue
Parenting, marriage, faith, and funny (with a few rants thrown in for good measure).
If you're lucky enough to live in or around Pittsburgh, you know the Cultural Trust is what keeps the arts alive and thriving in our great city. Pittsburgh's Cultural District is impressive in its own right, but when you learn the story of how it was transformed from a forgotten piece of downtown ... » Learn More about Giveaway! Children’s Theater Festival in Pittsburgh
I didn't have my own classroom at my previous brick and mortar teaching job. I hated every second of the traveling, mostly because I had cankles and could barely see my feet over my pregnant belly, but also because I don't like to share. One of my colleagues actually counted his pencils after I had ... » Learn More about 5 Things I Miss About My Traditional Teaching Gig
Almost exactly one month ago today, I shared the following "champagne problem" on my Facebook page: Almost 20,000 people interacted with that Facebook post, leading me to believe our master bedroom wasn't the only hot mess out there! Then, to my extraordinary delight, a lovely lady ... » Learn More about Our Master Bedroom: 10 Years in the Making
My husband has decided to get the ol' snip-snip. I have thoughts about this. Many, many thoughts. I try to articulate them to him, but because I have the gift of never finding the right words when speaking, I figured I'd write them down instead. Here goes. Dear Husband, I understand you ... » Learn More about On the Eve of My Husband’s Vasectomy