November 23, 2010


Some of you may or may not remember that I love Washington State. It is such a beautiful state and I would love nothing more than to relocate my family from So.Cal to Washington and raise my boys there. Many people have asked me "Why Washington?" and I have always answered the same.

Washington State is the perfect place to raise my boys because it fits all of their personalities. For my outdoor boys who have a connection with nature one only needs to look around at the picturesque scenery to understand. In Washington nature is not pushed out and away to make room for the suburbs,the suburbs are built around nature.

For my inside computer boy, Washington is host to Microsoft,Google,Nintendo etc... It is also home to a great University. All thing that excite my computer tech boy. Washington just feels right to me. This morning my dear friend Kristie who's blog I follow. *Cali Girl With A Washington Heart* sent me some photos so that I could see the beauty she and her family were experiencing. She and her family relocated from So.Cal to Washington last year and Washington has been experiencing just a bit of a snow storm. *Wink*wink*

Here are some pics of the view from her home

This is a pic of my view *sarcasm*

November 17, 2010


Hello blogger friends my name is K.Jones and I'm a chihuahua-holic.

I know it's a little silly to buy your toy breed little outfits but I honestly can't help it. Walter is my little darling dog and I love to spoil him just like I love to spoil my kids.

I love how he prances around and gets so excited when I tell him "What did I buy you" and reach into the bag to pull out his surprise.

I just adore my chihuahua, I'm addicted to his little face and love. He is such a well behaved boy and he deserves every little squeaky toy and chewie treat he gets. Walter is the best birthday gift I have ever received. I just can't imagine life without him.

My Walter

How To Wrap A Cat For Christmas

Is this what Santa will leave under our Christmas tree this year?!?! *giggles*

November 13, 2010


This morning my hubby asked me if I wanted to take the kids out to the desert to play. Immediately I made a face but agreed because a few weekends ago my hubby had brought them out for the day and told me how he wished I could have been with him to experiance the joy and happiness of our boys playing in the sand. (My hubby had given me the day to myself.)

Camping in the desert used to be a family activity we used to do often before the recession hit. My hubby and I have been considering buying an old used camper to continue this family activity. The desert is magical for our family. Nothing else matters but our time together. The peace in the desert seems to resonate in my children's souls.

We need to find a way to give them this peace, this time. Not only for them but us as well.

November 12, 2010


So I have fallen in love with my iPhone again and have been searching for new apps to use and entertain myself with. I came across a blogger app and decided to throw caution to the wind and break the first (unspoken) rule of blogging and blog from my phone! For some reason most of us bloggers refuse and dislike the idea of blogging from our smart phones.

I have been so busy with my boys and have desperately wanted to blog but couldn't find the time for myself to write. I must admit it is weird not to be writing this for my home office but it is nice to be blogging from my comfy bed, watching Everyone Loves Raymond with my chihuahua snuggled next to me.

I hope this post turns out alright because I really have missed my blogs and all of you. My dear friends in our little blogger world.

November 3, 2010


I am out of town this week on a mini getaway with my hubby. My boys are very well taken care of and having a great time but I am having anxiety induced nightmares. I am trying to work through my guilt of getting away and enjoying alone time with my husband. Just another typical day in the land of motherhood.