I never thought I would say this, but you are missing out on something wonderful if you don’t attend our high school reunion. It is not uncommon for people to post on Facebook asking if they should attend their high school reunion. My answer is YES! 7 Reasons to Attend Your High School Reunion You Remember Why Those People Were… Read More
I once read that women say about 20,000 words a day, but men only say about 7,000.
I've only used about half of my words today, so here are the rest.
This piece of advice comes courtesy of my 8th-grade science teacher before an awards ceremony. Look people in the eye and have a firm handshake. I feel like my husband, and I have worked their entire lives to teach our children this essential school. Both of my children are introverts, and they tend to get quiet around strangers and avert… Read More
My husband has always said, don’t write it down, record it, or film it. And in the age of social media, it is even more essential to be careful what you say. I wrote previously about my husband’s rules of life. This piece of advice ranks as a close second. Don’t write it down, record it, or film it. It… Read More
I know that the FDA and CDC say eating raw cookie dough can make you sick or even kill you. But I say life is short. Eat raw cookie dough. If I had a lawyer, they would probably tell me to preface this post with a statement. I am not a health professional. Follow my advice at your own risk…. Read More
Love may not solve our problems. But imagine the avoided conflicts and solved problems if we all learned the simple lesson to admit you are wrong and apologize. I don’t know what it is about human beings, but we do not like to admit we are wrong. Pride must have been some essential skill required to survive in our primitive… Read More
Do you volunteer where you are needed? Or is your volunteer work a thin disguise for socializing with your friends? It is time to step out of your comfort zone. I have spent the last 13-years in our public schools as a parent, a parent volunteer, room parent, tutor, mentor, library assistant, and who knows what else. I spent time… Read More