If you live in the Camp Lejeune area this is what y’all are going to do this week 😉 Get those babies in school and head up the road to Swansboro. Yes, it’s a little bit of a haul but go hit up Swansboro Artisans and Antiques and then duck in to this local gem.
Spring is nearly here and this tart is a surefire way to welcome it in! Perfect as an appetizer or a brunch main. It comes together effortlessly and leaves your guests and family completely satisfied! Cheesy, flaky, fresh tomato amazingness…..
This duty station has been a dream when it comes to community. Especially in the final year here I have been able to host monthly gatherings. The wine and laughter flows and the gals usually walk away with a bit of swag and a fun craft!
If there is one local trail I will miss from our days of living in the coastal North Carolina area it is this trail. Cedar Point Tideland Trail is a simple 1.3 mile loop that meanders through the beauty of the tidelands and the serenity of the woods that surround them. This loop is well maintained, making it easy to take younger kids on a quick afternoon adventure.
We are so excited to announce that Okinawa Japan will be home for our crew this coming summer! The chance to travel and immerse ourselves in other cultures is one of the biggest perks to being a military family~we are ready to take full advantage!
It’s been a few years since I sat down at a computer and wrote a post! I feel a little silly coming back to it. But here I am! I’ve missed this outlet, the connections it brings and the chance to document our life.
When Bill suggested that I start blogging again I knew that I had outgrown Domestic Doozie and needed a fresh start. With a little brainstorming ko&crew was born!
WordPress has my head spinning a bit so be a bit patient with me while I get the layout figured out. Im oh so happy to be here and hope you are too!