Hi! We are John and Anna Leviner. 2018 marks the first year of John joining me on the blog. We look forward to what this year has in store for our family and this new adventure! If you are new to the blog, welcome! We are so happy you are here. We are delighted for you to meet our family.
Declan is our oldest and only child minus fur. ;) He is 5 years old going on 15. He has a wonderful imagination and his vocabulary usually surprises people! He is full of energy and always keeps us on our toes, for sure!
Sophie is our 9 year old Black Lab Chow mix. She has been with us since she was a tiny pup and it's been a privilege to have her by our sides in good times and bad. She was our first baby and will always have a special spot in our hearts.
Say hello to the queen of the castle, Sasha followed us home last October and she pretty much owns the place. She is the gorgeous grey kitty in the photo.
And last, but certainly not least, our Twins, Silas and Quinn: The original plan was to keep Silas and foster Quinn, but John couldn't bear separating them and I never argue against keeping pets. ;) So we now have these delightful kitties. Silas is very goofy and curious and Quinn is a priss and very mischievous.
Well now you know the basics, Happy Reading! <3
Monthly Archives: July 2017
Hello Friends! Thank Goodness It’s Friday! It has been a looong week here. We are in the dog days of summer and I’m just so ready for fall. I read yesterday that it won’t feel like fall until November this … Continue reading
Hello Friends! Today, I’m happy to share with you all D’s new chore chart and our new way of teaching Declan about helping others and managing money. These are both two very important skills that D will need in the … Continue reading
Hello Friends! This is one of my favorite yearly posts that I share. I enjoy reflecting over what I’ve learned each year and areas that I need to grow. So sit back and enjoy the ride! 1) My health and … Continue reading
Hello Friends! While D was away with Nana we took a trip to Asheville, NC. I must say that Asheville is one of the friendliest, most inclusive places I’ve ever visited in the South. We first enjoyed a tasty lunch … Continue reading