Danny surprised me with brunch at Block for Mother’s Day and it was delicious. The restaurant has been around for a couple years but we are seriously behind on our Detroit eats so it was our first time there. I’m not a huge brunch fan but the cheesy jalapeno grits are so good the next … More Brunch at Block
Too many parenting hours are spent asking/pleading with Lucas to ‘come here’, ‘don’t touch’, ‘be careful’ and saying the dreaded ‘no’. These fun phrases are used even more frequently when we’re out of the house because the world is not baby proofed. I hate using these words. I LOVE that Lucas is adventurous and I … More Touch-A-Truck on the Riverfront
Another book to add to my reading list. When I drive through Detroit neighborhoods it’s devastating to see so many beautiful homes being lost to decay. I’m so glad there are people out there willing to take on such challenges. It’s unbelievable that 50 years ago women weren’t allowed to run in marathons. It’s incredible … More Fast Four
It’s scary to say but photography is part of my job. I like taking pictures but it’s not my top form of self-expression. It IS Danny’s creative outlet and he’s really talented. As a fun couples activity we’ve decided to start a photography challenge. So here’s my first. The Challenge – The Rule of Thirds. … More Happy Friday
Metro Detroit isn’t the most progressive area but one thing I’m very proud of is the millage that grants tri-county residents ‘free’ admission to the Detroit Institute of Art. It’s such a treat to have no barrier for a trip to the museum and as an added bonus they offer fun community activities. One recent … More Art + Chocolate = Love
We joined the Sister March in Detroit for the Women’s March on Washington Saturday and it was an incredible experience. After a dreary Friday, the sun was out and it felt like a message from above. It was a peaceful gathering of thousands who care about their community and country. It is our right and responsibility as … More Women’s March Detroit
I imagine metro-Detroit is one of the few places were parents suggest pop to cure what ails you. Alas if you’re not feeling well and say you need a Vernor’s no one will blink around here. The local favorite is the talk of the town as it celebrates 150 years.