Hi Everyone! Hope you missed me 🙂 A lot has changed for me in the last couple of months of 2018. Baby News: I'm currently at 2.5 months pregnant with my second child. This pregnancy is a lot tougher on me than my first one. I experience those morning sickness I heard scary stories about. … Continue reading Where Have I Been??
Hi Everyone! This past week 10/23/16 through 10/27/16, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to vacationed at the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in Bryson City, North Carolina with my family. There were 7 of us and we rented a cabin up in the mountain. We visited hiking trails in Bryson City, downtown of … Continue reading Great Smoky Mountain National Park in North Carolina
Hi Everyone! This weekend from Friday 10/7/16 through Sunday 10/9/16, I have the opportunity to take a road trip to Nashville Tennesse with my family. When I hear of this city, I think of country music. I had no idea that this place has a lot more to offer than music. The restaurant in my hotel … Continue reading Nashville, Tennessee Travel
Hi Everyone! This weekend I brought An Ember in the Ashes with me to Gulf Shores. It's my first time there. I went with my family. We had a great time! I'm glad to be able to share with you all a few pictures from my weekend road trip. I realized it's not a book … Continue reading Gulf Shores Beach
Hello Everyone! Thank you for stopping by my blog today. What a great day! Hope you find something useful during your visit here. In October 2015, my family and I took a road trip to Clearwater Beach in Florida. It was our first time there. The scenery was beautiful. Really too bad that I don't … Continue reading Clearwater Beach, FL
In May 2015, my family and I decided to have a road trip over to Montgomery, AL. The drive was good, hardly any traffic jam. While we were there, we browse through Eastchase Mall, Downtown, restaurants, and Alabama State University. We stayed at Hilton Garden Inn Montgomery East, which have an outdoor swimming pool. The … Continue reading Montgomery, Alabama
About: Vista House was built between 1916-1918 as a memorial to Oregon pioneers, as a comfort station for those traveling on the Historic Columbia River Highway, and as an observatory. The octagonal stone structure towers 733 feet above the Columbia River. This house is operates by FOVH – Friends of Vista House, a non-profit organization … Continue reading Vista House