Category: Live & Learn

Life lessons, experiences, joys and disappointments and my take on it all!

Can’t We Just Give The Man A Chance?

Today and tomorrow will undoubtedly be “stay off Facebook, ignore the media kind of days” as it’s going to be nothing but whining, bitching, complaining, debating, blaming, arguing, and casting stones at our new president. The people have made their choice and now it’s time to be respectful and give the man a chance, just like we did with Obama and… Read more →

Everyday Photo Project Take #2 2016

What you’re seeing now is Volume 1 of the 2016 project, which contains the first six months, January 1, 2016 through June 30, 2016. (Written by my husband, Jamison Roberts) Almost 3 years after we started the first EveryDay project (February 19, 2013 to February 19, 2014), and another year after our aborted 2015 attempt, we started again on January 1,… Read more →

Europe, Long Flights & A Great Life

The trip of a lifetime has come to an end. I’m sitting on the plane from Prague to JFK and ultimately to home; an all day, time-lagging journey. The wind-down from all the awe and excitement has now begun. While to many observers, this trip was just that. A trip. Another vacation for the Robert’s. To us, it was the… Read more →

Being a Registered Nurse

“The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work, and the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking, and don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.” — Steve Jobs For as long… Read more →

Halloween Memories

I’ve always loved Halloween.  For one, I was due to be born on Halloween.  (I ended up being a week overdue).  Second, I always loved dressing up as a kid for school costume day…back when it was still allowed!  I always wanted to go trick or treating, but we lived in the country and the “old school rule” was that… Read more →

Random High School Memories

High school was a crazy time.  I really never did find my place or anything that I was good at, but I certainly didn’t give up.  I ran track my freshman year, played volleyball my freshman and I think sophomore years, which conflicted with marching band, so I gave it up due to a very militant band director who made… Read more →

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