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The Wild Life

The Wild Life

The Wild Life. I feel like we are living the wild life! 


Robinson Crusoe.

A novel by Daniel Defoe written in 1719. It is almost 300 years old. It is a classic novel.

Guess what?? I have never read it. 

It is about a man sailing from England and is shipwrecked with three animals. It is his story of adaptation of island life with no other humans around. He cultivates food, shelter, and his spirit. He learns to live a simple life. He learns about God. He learns to survive. Survival on this island is exactly what happened. I really cannot wait to read this book.


Yesterday we went as family to the local movie theater to see the Movie… The Wild Life. This is a movie about a man who is shipwrecked onto an island in the middle of nowhere. It is given through the eyes of the animals living on the island. A Macaw. A Tapir. A Goat. A Chameleon. A Bird. A Armadillo. A HedgeHog. A Bird. They are living happily on the island except Mac ( the main character) is not happy and knows there is life out there and wants to leave the island.

He then encounters Robinson Crusoe.

They become friends.


My Review…

The rest of the movie was really was dull and unimaginative. The plot was not engaging. It seemed to just drag on. At the end of the movie when we walked out, we were thankful it was over. I was sad that they couldn’t have made it more exciting. You know… they should have had a shark in the movie. Sharks make movies so much better!!!





This morning I did a simple art project with Jayd. We traced out her arm onto construction paper in a tree form an using her cubby cute little fingers to cut out the shape and we glued it onto her paper… then she drew a tree house  with watercolors and how to get up into the most imaginary places for children of all… the secret hideout.. aka the tree house.  I think this was a great project for her after seeing the movie. Even though the movie was uneventful…the tree house was probably the best part of the movie! Robinson creates a home amongst the trees.

In the movie, the treehouse does get destroyed. This picture will be hanging in our art gallery for the week.


Her art project included a rainbow, a sun, a staircase, a tire swing, and a ladder. It was pretty darn cute! I love how her mind is exploring, creating, and doing new things.

I also found this adorable font for Robinson Crusoe. It is found here.  I easily downloaded onto my phone in less than 1 minute. I love how that works!!




Enjoy your evening!

Halloween Fonts

Halloween Fonts

Hello Halloween! I have gathered some really neat Halloween fonts for you! Have a great month! 


Happy October! I love this month so much! I love the colors of this month… black, whites, greens, oranges, purples. It truly is such a wonderful time of year! I love to decorate for Halloween. I love the witches, the candy { except now I will not be eating any of it}, I love the kids excitement, I love the chili cook offs, I love the changing of the colors, I love the cool crisp mornings, I love the white and orange pumpkins, I love the costumes, I love this month! This last month of September was by far my favorite so far! I loved decorating for fall. I was blessed. This month is going to be exhilarating too!

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Free New Fall Fonts

Free New Fall Fonts

fall fonts


With September upon us and the approach of the change of the seasons… I can’t help be in love with the colors and the leaves of this season. I have spent much time the last few days looking at fall pictures. I miss the fall! It is my favorite all-time season. Here in Arizona… we don’t have much of a fall, at least here in Phoenix. We have to drive north or at least a couple of hours away to see the fall leaves change color. I wish it happened right here in the valley… but it does not. Am I mistaken?

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Date Night Fonts

Date Night Fonts

Happy Friday!

datenightfontsFriday night is date night! I  love Friday’s. Being able to go out on a date with my man on the weekend is a great reward. Now that my children are older, we are able to get away almost every Friday night. We love to do a variety of things. I have been meaning to plan out some really amazing date nights… but usually it just ends up being dinner and a movie. Recently, we did a comedy club and we laughed so hard together. It was fun!

Reflecting back on the earlier years of our marriage, where we had little ones and no money, it was interesting to try to have date night. We couldn’t afford to go out, so I tried to come up with “free dates“.

This is totally possible. You don’t even have to leave your own home {if you choose} as long as you can be together without the kids.

A few of my ideas of creating a good date night at home is…

  1. create a different atmosphere.
  2. focus on him
  3. have fun

If you keep it simple, but yet turn your heart and soul to him , the date night will be successful. 

To celebrate date night …. and the fact that I needed some new cool fonts …. I have come up with some Date Night Fonts for you.

Here ya go!

Date Night Fonts

By Carrie Perrins

love is being together ….. Pea Katie Scarlett.

intimacy …. Adolphus Serif 

be adventurous …. The Bold Font

dinner and a movie …. Dragon is Coming 

no children …. Daydreamer

adult conversation …. Questa

keep it real …. Darleston 

What are you doing for date night??