28 year old from Michigan, just looking to see my thoughts and ideas out there to make a difference!
Helping the dead man
When I moved to the small old town, looking for work was nothing less than a challenge. The population consisted of at least 20 people and hundreds of acres of land and forest between them. That was what I wanted though. Peace away from the busy city life, and a new beginning away from the stressors of day-to day.
Tips from a girl "learning to cook"
I remember always being teased growing up, because I hated cooking. I would always be the butt end of a joke because of course, me being the oldest girl in the family (I'm 27 now and still living at home), you would have expected me to be cooking meals just like momma, or grandma. I think what my problem was, was the fact that I always liked observing and sitting in on the conversation while my mom or Step-dad was cooking meals instead of being pushed to cook them. My step dad has been making these amazing meals ever since he got medically retired from a heart condition a few years back. He would always crack jokes about me burning food, or not knowing how to boil water, which was fine, I have a thick skin and I can handle a little criticism. But I don't think he realized that while I was conversing with him, I constantly took note of the things he was using to cook these meals.