My kid tricked me today. 🙄
Tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it…yet.
L.M. Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables, wrote this quote and you know what? We should apply it to this New Year.
2019 is a New Year with no mistakes in it yet.
On December 20th of this year, a very nice thing happened to me. I received a response from a contest I had submitted to back in the summer. Continue reading
We’re in the midst of a lot of family time, right?
Everyone is home. Constantly.
And, this is the case for another week before school and work begins anew…
You know us bloggers are a special breed, right? Here we are, sharing our lives with each other, forming communities, liking and commenting on diverse topics and thereby broadening our perspectives regularly.
We are writers, all of us. But whether we admit it or not, we are also editors.
Well I’m digging out from under the Christmas debris, err, I mean Christmas gifts, and doing laundry.
Merry Christmas! Isn’t everyone doing chores today on Christmas Day? 🎄😉 Continue reading
We’re beyond believing here, in all sorts of ways, but I’ll tell you something about childhood magic that perseveres right up to the tween years:
Don’t ruin it.
Just let them be. There’s no harm in it. Especially at this time if year. Continue reading
Early this morning I had insomnia. Either that, or I was done sleeping by 4 am. I was in bed before 10pm last night and did some reading, so maybe I was rested enough to get up…?
Who knows. All I know is I couldn’t fall back asleep.
Did you know that many summer sports have an off-season? And that many city recreation programs have registration times that are due prior to official schedules being released by private sports organizations?
The mental aspect of sport parenting can quickly take a toll…but if you miss a registration, come summer things will feel disappointing. So, I tether myself to calendars and scheduling apps and try to stay on top of it. It goes something like this:
Every week I collect articles, and sometimes videos, of things that have made an impact on me. I share them here for you to read along and reflect with me. Continue reading