Happy Blogversary, K. Phoenix! 🎉🎉


Whew! Where has the time gone? I can’t believe it has been a whole decade since I started this blog. I didn’t know what the heck I wanted this blog to be about, but I am glad the direction it is going now. Even with the ups and downs, it had taught me a lot, and I had learned a lot over the years. I’m still learning actually.

As some of you may know, and my new followers who don’t know, within the 10 years, I had gone months, close to a year without blogging. There are times when life gets in the way and you simply cannot blog or write. There were times when I wanted to and couldn’t because of what was going on in my life during those times.

So, I would like to give a huge thank you for rocking (and rolling 😄) with me, even when I’m absent sometimes.

As you know blogging and writing, in general, can be hard at times. And, it is also what I love as well. I also love getting to know you all and reading whatever you choose to share with the world. Some of you I have known here for almost ten years and interacted with outside of WordPress but in other parts of the cyber world.

Cheers to 10 years of blogging on here. And hopefully, cheers to another 10, loves!!

–Pamela

Remembering Snow Day


Pamela Hester 01/2022
A snow angel with footprints

Last Saturday came and gone but not before bringing us a blanket of snow (or two). It has been years since my daughter and I had gotten out to enjoy something as beautiful as the snow. Though, it was brief because because beautiful as it may be, I can never enjoy snow for too long.

My daughter even got to make a snow angel, sadly, for the first time. I had to get it on camera. 😊

Not Taking Life Too Seriously #TuesdayTip


There are things I used to take so seriously that I would stressed over it. And the stress wasn’t good at all. I stressed so much that it has affected my health.

Now, I still take certain things seriously, especially if it is in my control. But, when things are considered important, I don’t let it just be. I influence those things in whatever way can.

Now, I still take certain things seriously, especially if it is in my control. But, when things are considered important, I don’t let it just be. I influence those things in whatever way can.

Taking life seriously doesn’t mean taking everything seriously. It means knowing what will impact your experiences in life, taking those things seriously, and shaking off everything else. It means taking seriously what is in your control and not stressing over things that aren’t.

From: medium.com

Do you take life too seriously? Why or why not?