Author: Kristen Gedeborg

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

I thought I would jump onto the band wagon of fall-pumpkin-flavored-everything. My family really likes to eat home made muffins and these are a family favorite. I enjoy a good quick and delicious food that warms the tummy and the heart. I have recently been advised by my doctor to avoid dairy and so this recipe is easily adapted to… Read more →

Restaurant Style Salsa

I love this recipe because it is so flexible. I will list out the recipe and ingredients but realize that you can switch things out according to diet and what you have in home. For example my brother cannot eat any form of peppers, but he does enjoy a bit of a kick in his salsa. Over time he has… Read more →

The Final Empire Mistborn Series Book one By Brandon Sanderson

  Publisher’s Summary Brandon Sanderson, fantasy’s newest master tale spinner, author of the acclaimed debut Elantris, dares to turn a genre on its head by asking a simple question: What if the hero of prophecy fails? What kind of world results when the Dark Lord is in charge? The answer will be found in the Mistborn Trilogy, a saga of surprises… Read more →

Zero G by Dan Wells

  So I have an Audible subscription and every once and a while they will offer free books to add to your library. One of these books was Zero G – I picked it because it seems up my alley. Lighthearted and si-fi. I recently ran out of credits so I can’t purchase my next book on my wish list so… Read more →

My Potter Story

  While I was younger, I had a difficult time reading. I felt I was so slow and I found I wouldn’t read because I was embarrassed about how long it would take me to read something. I would always ask to pass in class or at church if I was asked to read something aloud. I got my first… Read more →

A light at the end of the tunnel

For those of you who may not be familiar with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints we have something called Visiting Teachers and Home Teachers. People in our church congregation care for each other as Home and Visiting Teachers. This helps the Bishop to know the needs of his congregation. My Visiting Teachers are absolutely wonderful. They… Read more →

Dark Days

Everyone has dark days. The trick is figuring out what is the trigger and knowing how to handle those situations. One of the main triggers I have found was huge crowds. This weekend we had some family in town to visit. I love being with family and it was really relaxing and enjoyable for the first while but soon it… Read more →

My little Women

I am currently reading (through audio book) Little women. One of my recent “go to’s” when I am stressed out is going to my room while my kids are in bed and folding laundry or catching up on some form of house work. I love being taken to another world inside a book. Towards the beginning of the book one… Read more →

Zumba

So in an earlier post I mentioned that I had been doing Zumba 3 days a week before my delivery. I had such an easy delivery because I was trying to be fit. I am so grateful for that. There is a group that meets for free Zumba Monday, Wednesday and Friday near where I live. The ladies that teach there… Read more →

My Symbol of Freedom

When we found out we were expecting our 4th child we knew that all of our family wouldn’t fit into our little car anymore. When Anthony was born, we made due when we needed to go somewhere as a family by taking two cars with my older two (James and Lily) riding with my husband and my younger two (Carol… Read more →