Hello Fan Friends!
I know it has been such a long time since I updated and I promise it’s with good reason. In addition to me having probably one of the worst writers blocks I’ve experienced in quite some time, I’ve had a lot of stuff going on in my personal life which prevented me from being as active as I wanted to be. For starters, I got a new job so the last few weeks post Fourth of July I have been focused on learning everything I need to be successful in this new professional venture of mine.
My favorites for the month of July and August will be posted sometime this weekend and I can’t wait to share with you all the things I love, mainly Schmidt’s low carb bread. I am also really excited to share with you my low-carb grilled cheese recipe. Grilled cheese is one of the things I missed most about my old lifestyle since adopting more lower carb eating habits￼ and I am BEYOND thrilled to share with you how you can still enjoy a childhood classic with sacrificing a ‘cheat day’.
This week was really rough week where I am located on the east coast here in the USA. We were hit with a tropical storm, Isaias, which left us without power for over 20 hours￼. Let me tell you all, it’s amazing how much we take for granted the ability to plug in our cell phones into outlets within our homes. Having and trying to get a full night’s rest with no air-conditioning in the house was no fun either.￼
I think the scariest part about the whole experience with Isaias was getting my first ever tornado warning in my 31 years of life living in my state. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a basement to head into so I needed to scoop Draco up and run us into the bathtub. Thankfully the tornado did not strike my town instead it hit a town about 20 minutes south of me￼￼. It was still a super scary experience for us, both Draco and myself, especially since Tom was at work when it was happening.￼ Thankfully God provided and we weren’t affected with any damage just the loss of power but majority of my state lost power too so we weren’t alone. ￼
The power at my job was also affected and not yet restored so as a result yesterday, after the power was soundly restored, I took Draco for a much needed ￼walk with my best friend, Jen, who came by to join us. Draco was very happy to get out and get some exercise, I felt bad because I haven’t been able to walk him as much as I usually do as a result of going back to work. I figured I would take advantage of the fact that I didn’t have to go into the office and treat him to a nice walk. Boy was it hot though!
I would like to give a very special shout out to ￼￼MindBeautySimplicity (we share the same first name too, how cool is that?!) for her wonderful comment this morning. As a writer, we are motivated by the comments we receive, knowing that my blog has made such a positive difference in someone’s life motivates me as a writer to post more frequently. It’s also a reminder to everyone who stops by, please leave a comment, it’s nice to know I am missed￼ and what I have to say matters. Keeping content fresh and relative isn’t always easy for us writers we have to stretch our minds and really think, “does my audience care about this?” Hearing from all of you and knowing what you enjoy reading about helps me narrow down what content to post.
At any rate, I hope this update finds you all safe, well, and healthy. I look forward to posting more frequently as I adjust to my new routine. ￼￼
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Aww, thank you for mentioning me. 🙂
Oh my gosh, with the hurricane, my state was luckily just a tropical storm. We had a few fallen trees & lots of rain and a bit of flooding but nothing compared to some other places.
Hurricanes are scary sometimes.
Looking forward to hearing about your favorites.
– B 🌿
You’re absolutely welcome! Technically it was a tropical storm here too but winds gusts well over 100 mph where I’m located (by the water) the tornado warning was the scariest part. I will definitely have a post up at some point tonight! Thanks for reaching out ♥️
I’m near Orlando right now. We braced ourselves and only got a bit of rain. I’m glad you got through safely. Tornados are scary!
Technically it was a tropical storm but winds gusts well over 100 mph where I’m located (by the water) the tornado warning was the scariest part.