Tag Archives: parenting
A good friend posted the following on Facebook: Have you ever seen a flock of geese or duck flying in a “V” formation and noticed that one side of the “V” is longer than the other? Do you know why … Continue reading
I’ve always said there are enough times we must argue with our kids and hear whining. We must tell them to bathe, buckle seat-belts, do homework, etc. Why on earth would we voluntarily enter into arguments – like making them … Continue reading
I love the ability to select an artist on Google Play and hit “Radio” for a selection of similar music. I occasionally listen to stations such as “Open Sea Sailing Lounge” while working. When I particularly enjoy a song, I’ll … Continue reading
Inward. Down. That’s where. I take it out on myself. Junk food binges, self-loathing. I don’t lash out at others. I just don’t.
DS loves my British accent. He made up a joke years ago that I have a “switch” to “British Mode.” DD doesn’t enjoy it quite as much, and usually gets annoyed when I speak that way while reading books to … Continue reading
Saw this on Reddit: If you’re pretty, you’re pretty; but the only way to be beautiful is to be loving. Otherwise, it’s just “congratulations about your face.” — John Mayer (@JohnMayer) October 19, 2017