Every President’s Day we set aside time to celebrate our 45 American presidents. Did you know that the official name of this holiday is Washington’s Birthday? In honor of the holiday, I decided to share some interesting facts about our presidents. On the day he was shot, Lincoln told his bodyguard that he had dream […]
This post may have been compensated in goods, services, or monetarily, however all opinions are 100% my own. We have every single device you can think of in our home. We’re just techie people and love the convenience and coolness of it. I’m not much of a jewelry gal, but the tech stuff is where […]
I’m going to be very honest. I used to be one of those people who thought homeschooling was weird and detrimental to kids. Then I educated myself and discovered homeschooling in a co-op.
One of the things I love about traveling is finding places that are not touristy. Yesterday’s find was a complete non-touristy gem! We toured the Fox Wire Alpaca Farm in Toano, Virginia, which is approximately 15 miles from Williamsburg. The farm is owned by John Ballentine and Laura Hineman. We drove down a mile long […]
I am a consumer of information like you wouldn’t believe. I devour news and learning at the same frantic pace that I like to be outdoors and enjoy nature. Apparently, it’s all or nothing with me and the way I like to experience things. That’s why I am starting my Week in Review with Cafecito […]
Premier Thought-Leadership Institute on Hispanic-relevant Communications Issues within School of Journalism and Mass Communication MIAMI, Dec. 9 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) at Florida International University (FIU) today announced it has created a program of Hispanic Communication Studies to address communications trends and issues relevant to the U.S. […]