Category: Marvalous Life

Golden Sunday

Monday through Friday, I am primarily consumed with my work responsibilities and in the evenings Mommy duty tasks. Saturdays can be equally daunting with household duties, Mommy duties, and squeezing in time for self-care, and social activities. Then comes the beloved and golden Sunday.  Sundays are great to restore my energy levels both physically and spiritually. That can be a challenge since I have … Read More Golden Sunday

Happy 2nd Anniversary Everyday Marvalous

It was 2 years ago today that I first launched Everyday Marvalous.  Despite the joy that I get from working on my blog, a few other things came up this year that kept me from it. Some were of high priority like family and work, and there were some that were just time wasters. Facing 2018, I realize that a few things need to … Read More Happy 2nd Anniversary Everyday Marvalous

This past weekend…

Oh how I miss the past weekend and, yet, long for the coming weekend. I thoroughly enjoy the time spent with my family.  I am working to focus on the really important things in life, like family, good health, and a strong relationship with God. When I consider these things, I realize how blessed I really am. Then all of the inconveniences, disappointments, or … Read More This past weekend…

What I’m Excited About

  The past few weeks have been full of work and a lot of fun. There are some things lately that I am really excited about and have enjoyed tremendously. 5. Stila HUGE Extreme Lash Mascara – It will make you look like you have on false lashes! Copied from:     4. Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick – It smells delicious … Read More What I’m Excited About

Black History Month

As Black History month comes to a close, I wanted to share a few thoughts that I have on this matter. Black History is American history. Such can be said of all the races and cultures that make up the beautiful fabric called the United States of America.  Shouldn’t it be that the advances of one race and/ or culture raises the standing of … Read More Black History Month

Plans for 2016

It is that time of year again, when we start making resolutions and plans for what we hope to accomplish in the new year. Last year, I had a few goals, which were to go deeper into my bible study, have a great family vacation and improve my running. I accomplished all, but improve my running. Life and a broken toe hindered my running goal.  I … Read More Plans for 2016

Merry Christmas!

  I hope that you all have had a wonderful Christmas Day! Our Christmas celebration began on Christmas Eve, attending the candlelight worship service. I was really inspired to continue to allow God’s light to shine through me and felt thankful for the gift of Christ, His birth, death, and resurrection. We sang traditional Christmas songs of worship. In my heart, I sang an … Read More Merry Christmas!

A Marvalous Weekend

This weekend, I was able to help celebrate my Mom’s 65th birthday. It is such a blessing to have her as a Mom and a friend. We enjoy a lot of the same things, so it was easy to plan a few activities to make her feel special.  Friday night, the boys and I delivered to her a bouquet of flowers and a birthday card. … Read More A Marvalous Weekend

Black & White Part II

Keeping with the black and white theme, here are some of my favorite photos in variations of black and white (or cream). Enjoy!    

The Dallas Arts District

Today is a great day to check out the Dallas Arts District! The Nasher Sculpture Center hosts Target First Saturdays, where admission is free of charge. There are activities for children and adults, for example tours of the center, scavenger hunt, and yoga on the lawn. Enjoy the morning at the Nasher and then stop by the Klyde Warren Park for lunch. There are several … Read More The Dallas Arts District

Where’s Everyday?

In the past few weeks, I have taken an unexpected departure from posting in my blog. It started shortly after spring break in March. However, I am glad to be back. I thought that I would share with you some of the highlights and pictures during my hiatus. Spring Break 2015 – New Orleans, Louisiana It is always a pleasure to bring my family … Read More Where’s Everyday?

Children and Chores

My husband and I, like many parents, love to provide for our children an enjoyable life full of enrichment, love, and joy. However, overindulgence without responsibility will lead to entitlement attitudes and dependence. This is the opposite of what we intend to develop in our children by showering them with our love and gifts. One important tool to help your children grow to become … Read More Children and Chores