“It’s a welcome relief, then, when we stumble upon those few true gentlemen. They exude chivalry with even their smallest actions, and remind us that there are still good ones out there. Despite popular opinion, chivalry is not dead — … Continue reading
“It is not without reason that cemeteries are the wealthiest places on earth. For they are filled with millions of unwritten books, unsung songs and unfulfilled dreams.” via One Lesson on Regret Most People Learn Too Late.
Posted in advice, learning to live, Life after Death, quotes, relationships
Tagged Death, emotions, live and learn, quotes, regret, unfulfilled dreams, unsung songs
And the Fury | Misadventures of a Modern Mommy.
Posted in children, kindergarten, perspective, raising children, random acts of kindness, relationships, Teaching, teaching children
Tagged acts of kindness, Be nice, Early Childhood, Educators, Kindergarten, relationships
Middle-aged mom is looking for a local 20-something girl to spoil. The lucky applicant will have access to daily doses of k cups, free internet access, and leftovers in ready-to-go Tupperware containers. Said applicant must be willing to call me (or at least … Continue reading
Men always know when we are mad at them, they just don’t always know why. They stay out of our way for fear that they may just push us over the edge. Men know they’ve done something wrong, but they aren’t … Continue reading
Posted in advice, cake, Cake design, disagreements, Divorce Cakes, Humor, husbands and wives, marriage, not healthy food, relationships, spouse, thoughts on marriage, words of wisdom
Tagged apology, Baking and Confections, cake, Design, Food, human nature, humor, relationships, spouse
I found this clip in the category of ‘vintage commercials’ I’m filing it under ‘reason to leave your husband’
Posted in advertising, advice, Divorce, Humor, husbands and wives, marriage, morning coffee, Nostalgia, relationships, spouse, thoughts on marriage, time capsule, vintage
Tagged #1 reason to leave your husband, advertising, humor, marriage, relationships
As a kindergarten teacher, (click here), I spend 180 days a year teaching the curriculum to five-year olds. I spend the better part of those 180 days teaching the really important stuff; the stuff beyond reading, writing, and math. I … Continue reading
Posted in advice, behavior, equality, Harmony, human nature, husbands and wives, inspiration, kindergarten, marriage, quotes, raising children, relationships, thoughts on marriage, Tradition, words of wisdom
Tagged attitude, Education, Family, Kindergarten, marriage, quotes, relationships, Teaching Resources
What do you know about ShelterMe?
Posted in #pets, adventure, animal adoption, animal sanctuary, Animal Shelter, Animals, dogs, inspiration, relationships, therapy dogs
Tagged Animal Welfare, homeless animals, Humane society, inspiration, pets, Rescues and Shelters, therapy dogs
Growing up, I never understood why my mom looked forward to my dad’s business trips. Not the ones she joined him on, but the ones when he left her home. Flash forward to my life as a mom; some 40 years, … Continue reading
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Tagged Home, husbands and wives, marriage, Pinterest, relationships