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See You Soon!

Posted on Apr 19, 2017 by Lisa Ricard Claro   10 Comments | Posted in The Naked Truth

Hey, gang! So, the house went on the market last Tuesday and we had offers immediately, confirmed a deal yesterday. Things are moving fast now. For that reason, I’m taking a blog hiatus for a month or so in order to focus on making this move as smooth as possible. So for right now, buttercup, [Read more…]

Love-Filled House for Sale to Good Family

Posted on Apr 12, 2017 by Lisa Ricard Claro   18 Comments | Posted in The Naked Truth

If you follow this blog, then you are aware that the hubster and I are downsizing with the intent to sell our home and move to sunny Florida. I’ve always wanted to live near the beach, so you’d think I’d be jumping with excitement over all of this. And I am excited. I know I’ll [Read more…]

If It Fits, It Sits. And Snoozes.

Posted on Apr 5, 2017 by Lisa Ricard Claro   18 Comments | Posted in The Naked Truth

We’ve all heard the “if it fits it sits” statement, and if you’re owned by a cat, then you know this to be true. Our cat, Luna, loves to sit in things—suitcases, boxes, laundry baskets, the clothes dryer—anything she can climb into. I’ve read that cats have this compunction because being “hidden” allows for both [Read more…]

Downsizing Tips: Keep It Real and Toss It Away

Posted on Mar 29, 2017 by Lisa Ricard Claro   24 Comments | Posted in The Naked Truth

Until beginning the process of downsizing in preparation for the sale of our home and an out-of-state move, I had no idea just how much stuff the hubster and I had collected. But nearly twenty years in this one spot means . . . well, a lot of stuff, buttercup. We’ve gone through everything once [Read more…]

Beauty and the Beast: Love Wins

Posted on Mar 22, 2017 by Lisa Ricard Claro   10 Comments | Posted in The Naked Truth

The Disney animated version of Beauty and the Beast released in 1991. My daughter Stephanie was only four-years-old. It became her favorite movie—one of my favorites as well—and together we’ve watched it probably hundreds of times. That is no exaggeration. So it should be no surprise that we sat in a theater this past weekend, [Read more…]

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