Sunday Side Quest (#18)

I have taken on a lot of topics when it comes to my Sunday Side Quests. From the goofy stories of my life to minor opinions on things that have happened to me. I have even dipped into the sweet and gushy side. What I tend to stay away from are very serious and close…

Sunday Side Quest (#17)

I don’t understand romance. Okay scratch that.  I don’t get commercial romance. The flowers, the cards, the poetry and sappiness. To me I almost feel like someone just handed me their wet hanky and I somehow have to say thank you. Or even worse, I have to figure out how to reciprocate the overdone gesture…

Sunday Side Quest (#16)

Horizon Zero Dawn Review It is no secret that I am a gamer girl. I mean come on, I met my husband while surfing the virtual world of killing pixels and telling epic stories. It’s in my blood! Though my tastes have changed over the years concerning which games I enjoy and which ones have…

Sunday Side Quest (#15)

One of the most fascinating things about having lived in a multitude of states and traveling as often as I do is the span of accents that I have come across. From the southern drawl to the eastern angry and the western dislike of the use of the letter T, it is always interesting to…

Sunday Side Quest (#13)

Whenever we move we leave behind our favorite restaurants. We often find ourselves craving the smell, texture and taste of all the great dishes that no one else seems to be able to replicate. If Jei and I had to pinpoint one of the most dreaded things about moving across the country was, it would…

Sunday Side Quest (#12)

The First Days of Summer in the Sun Now, most people who know me would say that I am a more indoorsy type person. After several years of living in a northern state with very short days and not a lot of sunlight 9 months out of the year, I had forgotten the need for…

Sunday Side Quest (#11)

I want to be short and sweet today and thank all of the father figures in my life for their support and love. I have some great memories of each and every one of them. From my great step dad to my loving father and my older brother who spent a lot of his time…