Travel Archives - Evolved Mommy
This is how we roll. We don’t “roll” very often, but when we do this is the stuff we find interesting.
This morning the darling and I headed out for emergency pedicures as soon as I remembered we would be at the new Rogers Aquatic Center (a small waterpark) all day. This is the first public bathing suit wearing of the …
While I was swapping business cards (and wow! Y’all have cute business cards) and talking about things like monetization, brand relationships, content strategy and the like at Blissdom, my friend Peggy was birthing new life into this world.
Just when …
Sometimes it just isn’t better to have the more expensive things. You know the one area of life this seems to be surprisingly true? Baby equipment!
Before I had a baby or was even pregnant I knew I wanted a Bugaboo stroller because I had seen a fleet of them on the Ellen Show and they were fabulous! Somehow the Bugaboo was modern, but with a nod to antique prams. Swoon!
Steve and I were headed to my parents’ lake house in Scott, AR, on Christmas day 2007. The lake may seem like an odd choice for holiday festivities, but it truly is gorgeous. And my dad is the Clark Griswold of dock lights. Well… if Clark only had one strand of those big colorful lights and an oversized faded red bow.
This Thanksgiving we got to spend quality time with both families (Steve’s and mine), which doesn’t normally happen.
We played games, ate Thanksgiving dinner (even though it did not contain officially sanctioned dishes like green bean casserole or corn), took a road trip, went to a tree farm and drank lots of coffee.
It turns out I love Fall as much or more than I love Spring. This is new. I do not remember ever loving Fall before, but for some reason this year I can’t get enough.
Last weekend the leaves were beautiful, so we decided to head 1 hour east of our home to the funky, historic town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and ride the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas train through the mountains.
It’s just heartwarming to spend the day with friends and family tromping through a pumpkin patch, exploring a corn maze and riding on a trailer behind a big tractor driven by a man who looks like the epitome of farm grandpa. This is one of my favorite family activities of the year.
Happy fall y’all!
Later this week I’ll be traveling to Georgia for the Aiming Low Non Conference organized by the well-known blogger Anissa Mayhew. One of the greatest perks of my job is getting to go to all of these blogger conferences. …