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This has been a particularly unusual time in our household. Something very very very unusual has occurred. I don’t know why. I don’t know how. I have no explanation. If I were of certain religious persuasion I might declare that … Continue reading
Today I began putting a piece of me back together. Actually, it’s a total of three pieces that I was working on in an attempt to make them, and me, whole once more. When everything unexpectedly shattered right before me … Continue reading
Continuing my week of reblogging, here is the second part on Parenting… I am a parent by experience only. I am household savvy but hasten to acknowledge that I have had no formal parental training. That said, any advice I … Continue reading
I announced earlier in the week that I would be presenting some “reblogs” and here they come. Today is Part I of two that I wrote in October 2013. The topic is parenting. My kids hate when I go down … Continue reading
I am happy to report that things are still cool. The word “cool” is still an acceptable term to express any of the following: You are okay, as in: “How are you?” “I’m cool.” You are okay with doing something, … Continue reading
I have come to the conclusion that I do not like children. Not the little ones, the teen ones. The little ones you can always put in the microwave when they act out. The teen ones are a different story. … Continue reading
I’m sitting here while Christmas carols are streaming out of my computer speakers. This gets me to thinking. It’s true what they say—that Christmas is for children. It is magical and mystical in ways only children can think and feel. … Continue reading
You may have heard me say this before that I believe parenting is the most challenging undertaking a person can encounter in his or her lifetime. There is no formal educational process to teach you how to parent. Yes, there … Continue reading
Back in April, the city council of Nelson, Georgia wanted to make a point about the God-given right that Americans should own guns. So the council passed a law making it mandatory that every good citizen of the city of … Continue reading