What’s better than taking the 2015 Buick Regal GS to Nationals Park?
Taking the Buick Regal to Nationals Park… and THE NATS Winning 9- 5 against the Brewers !!!
Out losing streak is OVER !!!!
And it’s all thanks to GM, and the GM East Team!
Well, not really, but it’s fun to think that the Buick Regal gave off some good luck for the Nats !!
The drive on this car is Phenomenal !!
Our family has taken this car everywhere this week- shopping, to Adventure Park, to the Montgomery County Fair, out to lunch and out to dinner,
and to top off the week- we took it down to watch the Nationals play- AND THEY WON !!!
No better way to end our week with this wonderful car and this Great American Car Company !!
Thanks GM !!
We could not have made it to
ALL our family’s
We fit ALL the team gear –
the team bats,
the catcher’s gear-
Over the River and Through the Woods, To Grandmother’s House we go!
And what better way to go to ‘the country’, than driving the
GMC Yukon Denali XL !
I was a little hesitant because I am a rather petite person,
but this HUGE SUV, that comfortably seats 8,
handles like a dream.
And with it’s back up camera,
and lane assist,
it makes driving,
even around DC,
and all the way out to my parents,
Our family got to see ALL
up close and personal
at the Washington Auto Show too!
It’s a must-see destination for us every year!
What could be better on a gorgeous Fall day than having brunch on the Georgetown Waterfront ??!!
Sequoia, at the bottom of Georgetown and
atop of Washington Harbor,
is THE place to enjoy the water in Washington.
And their brunch is something special.
We had a perfect day,
and the PERFECT SUV to get us around Washington, DC.
The Chevy Tahoe was fantastic at maneuvering around Washington,
even little streets in Georgetown,
despite it size.
The Tahoe took us all around DC and gave us a wonderful family trip!
Filed under: Around DC, General Motors, The Cool in Everyday Life
We arrived in STYLE
to the Red Bull Global Rallycross DC event
in our 2015 Cadillac Escalade…
it was perfect with its Navigation, and EASY handling despite its size.
The race did not disappoint either !!!
I had never been to a Rally Car Race before, but my ‘car guys’
It was great,
even for Moms.
It was Fast and Exciting!
Everything was great,
and lots of accessibility!
we got to see a bunch of the drivers !!!
It was a great, great day!
It was at RFK Stadium,
plenty of parking,
and accessible by metro too!
And because it’s Rally Car,
and not Indy Car, or Nascar,
we could get up really close,
and had GREAT views of the
and Race !
A Great Day at the Track !!
Living A Miracle – We All Do… Every Day’
This Memorial Day Weekend!
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FOR SOME FREE INSPIRATION,
THIS HOLIDAY WEEKEND!
HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND!!!
As a member of the 2012 Inaugural DC Cast of
The National Show~
I was excited to meet this year’s Cast at a Super Duper Party for all
the cast members from 2012, 2013, and this year, 2014 !!!
The Party was in a part of Virginia that I never go to,
so this Maryland girl was glad I was driving a brand new
GMC Terrain Denali,
with honestly, the best Navigation system, I’ve ever used.
I had a clear view from the driver’s seat, and I didn’t
look at my directions,
I kid you not.
It was perfect…
In fact, the only thing that was more perfect
than the Navigation and handling
of this GMC Terrain,
which made me feel totally safe,
was the great company of women,
Here’s to another Great DC Show of
Listen To Your Mother!
It’s May 4th at The Synetic Theater !!
And Here’s raising a glass to all the other shows around the country this time of year!!
Check out This Year’s show,
or go to YouTube to check out previous years,
all around the country,
To check out mine, Nicole Crowley’s
Just Click On,
Filed under: Around DC, Mom Blogs, The Cool in Everyday Life
I’m so pleased to share that I
the First Ever
Valentine’s Day Short Story Contest !!!!!
I’m pleased to share with you the latest critique of my eBook,
‘Living A Miracle,
We All Do… Every Day’
“Few people have to endure
what the author of this book did.
After an accident,
she had to learn to go to the bathroom again, learn to walk.
Her challenges are the basis of an inspirational book that contains life lessons for all of us,
even those who don’t face what she faced.
The author doesn’t wallow in self-pity or use easy platitudes,
one of the great lines of the book is that she’s the ‘Rodney Dangerfield’ of spirituality.
Her sense of humor and the accessible language she lays it all out in,
makes a reader feel as though her lessons
ARE for each of us and puts it in plain terms.
The sub-title of the book, ‘We All Do’ should be a sign to anyone who picks it up
that there will be information to help lead the life
we are intended to live.
At some points, the book is almost free-form verse,
a poetic ode to the strength of people,
how we’re all different and
how we can all find ways to cope.”
– Judge, Writer’s Digest Self-Published e-Book
Click on my eBook to the Right to Purchase it on Amazon