Super 6: Infused Water


Do you feel it?  I bet you do!  The summer is quickly approaching, so I wanted to give some inspiration for actually drinking enough water.  Enjoy!

North Pole Experience is Moving


Even though is March, it’s never to early to start planning for Christmas…especially because this adventure sells out early. The North Pole Experience is moving to Flagstaff this year.  I’m happy and sad!  My family went this past Christmas and LOVE, LOVE, LOVED it!  Greer and Molly Butler Lodge were wonderful hosts and it was truly magical. […]

Lost Dutchman Days 2012: Fun for the Entire Family!


Apache Junction’s biggest event of the year is happening this weekend. Lost Dutchman Days includes a rodeo, carnival, parade, live entertainment, and an awesome and a diverse vendor marketplace. There truly is something for the entire family to do.  Here is a rundown on what is going on this weekend (February 24-26). For a complete list including locations, admission prices, […]

Super 6: Iconic Arizona

Monument Valley Antelope Canyon Horseshoe Bend @ the Grand Canyon Havasu Falls

Arizona Renaissance Festival


One of my favorite annual events in the east valley is the Arizona Renaissance Festival.  I go every year and  always have fun.  The Arizona Renaissance Festival is a medieval amusement park, a 12-stage theater, a 30-acre circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament and a feast — all rolled into one non-stop, day-long family adventure! One […]

Centennial Cookies

Happy Centennial everyone! I wanted to show you one more centennial themed project before the day was over. I made some Arizona flag sugar cookies. This was my first time making some “fancy” cookies with royal icing. I loved how they turned out. I am clearly not an expert, but I will tell you where […]

Happy 100th Birthday Arizona: Random Facts from Arizona History


I am an Arizona native and although I have lived in many other places, Arizona is my favorite place to be. It is such a diverse community with a rich cultural background and an exciting political history. In honor of Arizona’s centennial celebration, I thought it would be fun to share some random historical facts about Arizona. Some of these facts are common knowledge and some are not. Enjoy! Arizona used to be part of […]

Chick-fil-A Valentine’s Dinner Date Night


If you are still scrambling to find a restaurant and babysitter for Valentine’s Day, why not go to Chick-fil-A? The Chick-fil-A at Mesa Riverview is hosting a family-centered Valentine’s Date Night. It might not be what you think of when you think of Valentine’s Day dinner, but as a mom of little ones, I think this is actually a great idea. Where else can you […]

Free Concerts in the Park

There are two concerts remaining in the City of Apache Junction’s Winter Concerts in the Park series. The first of the two remaining concerts is tonight, February 11 at 4:00.  Grab your blanket or lawn chair and bring the family out to the Veteran’s Memorial Gazebo in Apache Junction for an evening of music. The gazebo is located on […]

Circus Vargas Review

We recently had the chance to attend a Circus Vargas show in Tempe, AZ.  I wasn’t too sure what to expect, but I’m not going to make you wait for my reaction.  I (and my whole family) LOVED it! It is a one ring circus under a big tent.  I don’t think there was a […]