I admire my mother-in-law for many reasons. She has a genuine heart, is unconditionally generous, is devoted to her family, a very organized and tidy housekeeper and…… Read more “The Always Pre-Peared Salad”
But on the morning of Valentine’s Day there was a terrible tragedy in the United States, some children didn’t make it home from school in a town in Florida and amidst the anger and horror in my heart was that clear and concise perspective parents get in moments of fear. Suddenly I didn’t care what restaurant havoc might take place. I was going to spend an extra-special evening with my second (and last) born.
This fruit platter is definitely queen of the prom.
So here we have world renowned chefs, and fresh local produce, meats and ingredients, wine brought it from around the world. It was the perfect conglomerate to celebrate how things both big and small, near and far, paired, unrelated, spicy, sweet, red, white, eccentric or expected can come together beautifully to make something amazing.
I need to get this out before I eat them all.
Girls just want to have fun. And time to themselves. Space to create. A reason to dress up. Shopping with cocktails. New connections within the Community. A floral crown. Amazing photo-ops.
Today definitely delivered.
If you are ever lucky enough to find yourself on Maui, with your kiddos and just don’t wanna beach it or waterfall it… I suggest you find…… Read more “Drinking with Ducks”
Shaken Not Stirred Summer. Need I say more? Well, actually I have a year round job, so summer just means I have to pack lunches for summer…… Read more “Basil Lemon Drop Martini”
Waste not, want not. Less is more. Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. It has become rather apparent that we all need to step up and do our part to…… Read more “KiniMama Saves the World! (One UnPaper Towel at a Time)”
All the coffee lovers, raise your mugs!! Coffee was my college-sweetheart and we’ve never lost touch. It’s true. Our relationship has changed over the years but the…… Read more “Kinimama’s Crazy Good Coffee Creamer Recipe”