making memories into treasures

Lov-E-thic Our family lost Aunt Pam last October. She left behind her mother, 2 sons, one daughter-In law and 3 grandchildren; 2 boys and a little girl. Aunt Pam loved her family more than anything in this world and she was definitely loved by them. Aunt Pam was so loved,not only by her family, by

Stop and Smell the Roses

Lov-E-thic Sometimes stopping and smelling the roses seems like it’s not option for most of us. We’re all busy, with kids, pets, work, our spouse, our parents, our grandparents or just life in general. Some of us are just bad at time management, period. Yet, despite all of our crazy lives, stopping and smelling the

Love and freedom

Lov-E-thic I want to share a link that leads to a short reading I admire when it comes to politics and especially hits home during something as hurtful as the current situation at the border right now. This link is from the UU College of Social Justice and was written by one of hero’s, Dr.

cutting ties with depression

Lov-E-thic Cutting ties with depression is very different and unique to each person who experiences it. Some never claim defeat over depression and live with it forever. In sharing my own experience , I would like to express my mindfulness in knowing some experience greater difficulties without support while enduring depression. My journey was difficult

An Easter Gift that keeps on giving

Lov-E-thic Want to give an Easter gift that keeps on giving? So does John Oliver! Click the Image below to purchase this bestselling children’s book. Not only will you gift a child with an adorable story 2  adorable bunnies, the proceeds from your purchase will go to the following:

Have you ever met one of your favorite authors?

Lov-E-thic #bellhooks #kentuckywritershalloffame #allaboutlove #loveethic #goodreads #loveethicforeverybody #mallorydublin Back in January I traveled to Lexington, Kentucky where I got to meet one of my favorite authors, Dr. bell hooks. She was inducted into the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame on January 31st at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning.

4 Questions I’m asked most from Bride’s to be

Lov-E-thic March 12, 2018 I just got married in October of 2017. I have been happily married ever since however, my husband I are still paying for our wedding. Did my parents pay for my wedding? Yes, they contributed (a great deal actually). But the truth of the matter is, I, along with my parents

My hardships as a woman and what makes them better

Lov-E-thic March 8, 2018 International Women’s Day What better day to share my womanhood struggles and what makes them better? International Women’s Day has been recognized on March 8th in every country since the early 1900’s. It honors the continuous movement for women’s rights. There are numerous social issues women face, even today, in every

What a morning

Lov-E-thic Wednesday March 7th 2018 This morning I already have my car in the shop. Seems as though I need a new oxygen sensor. get this…I took it in last week to the dealership where I bought my car and they wanted $120 dollars to do a diagnostic test on it (you know the thing

The Journey Begins

Lov-E-thic Thanks for joining me! I have wanted to start a blog for a long time. There are so many things to blog about. I love to paint, do diy projects, travel, discover new things, garden, hike, read books, spend time with people I love and numerous other things I am excited to share my