You watch as a barista deftly pours your latte. With the cup gently tilted and the milk jug close to the surface of the espresso inside, the process …How to Make Latte Art One of the latest posts from Williams Sonoma.
What do I like about my writing? I don't know how to answer this prompt because I only write for work or school assignments. I don't have other writing opportunities. That is the reason I decide to joy this writing challenge.
Today's prompt is to write about someone who inspires me. It is a challenging question because I don't know anyone who inspires me at the moment.
On day five of the blogging challenge, I have to write about what I wished to know how to do. My answer is, I wish to know how to do the Headstand yoga pose. I wanted to do this pose back in 2020 at the beginning of the shutdown when nothing made sense, and I... Continue Reading →
I will like to make a road trip to Baja California Peninsula. Baja California is known for its cuisine, wine, and beaches. I want to visit the old towns where the European immigrants lived, the small fishing villages, and the wine regions that define Baja California for food and wine destination in Mexico.
People will tell you that you cannot do things because you are not competent or strong to succeed. You will prove that they are wrong if you follow your heart, dreams and develop skills that help you take the challenges that life presents every day. Believe me, one day, you will be living in a... Continue Reading →
I found that next month WordPress is doing a blogging challenge during January. I'm sure it will be fun to participate; if you are interested, here is the link to their page. https://wordpress.com/blog/2021/12/16/new-year-new-success-with-bloganuary/
Tomorrow is the first school day in our school district. Backpacks are ready; food is prepared for breakfast, lunch, and snacks. The new addition to their uniform is the face masks. It is what it is! At least the kids are going back to campus after 17 months.
After working for four years as a volunteer for a local nonprofit organization, I'm ready for a new chapter in my life. My question to all of you is, how do you quit a volunteer job without feeling guilty? Thanks in advance.
Today I was done with my summer school classes. My last final was today, Sunday. The only way that I wanted to celebrate was with my favorite grape, Merlot. I found in the cellar a 2008 Merlot from the Santa Cruz Mountains. The winery Bargetto, located in the Santa Cruz Mountains, produces a variety of... Continue Reading →