I have had a ton on my mind lately, but haven’t gotten it down on the computer, so, like many things, my thoughts have just floated out into the universe. Last night, Superman kindly took Princess Pea to his mother’s house so that I could have some time to myself and plan my lesson for… Continue reading How Well Do You Know Your Father?
It’s kind of creepy sometimes how one or two simple Google searches can change everything else that pops up in your life. Maybe nothing changed, but I’m just thinking about it, so I notice it. Creepy Big Brother theories aside, I have had a ton of articles pop up in my social media platforms lately.… Continue reading 4 Things to Get Your Child Ready for Kindergarten
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It’s funny how as I get older the more like my parents I become. One way specifically I’m becoming more like my dad is my new struggle with social interaction. Don’t get me wrong, my dad has great social skills, he just prefers to be a curmudgeon. I’m becoming a curmudgeon in my own way.… Continue reading The Crusty Club
There’s a lot going on in the chaos that is the news this week. It’s a lot to take in and manage. In this mess of sound and screaming voices, I have found myself struggling to process all the noise and information. Through this mess, I may have stumbled on an interesting theory of my… Continue reading
Have you ever finished a book that was too good to describe, only to find you’re the first or only person you know that’s read it? That’s how I’ve been feeling after I finished reading Caraval. It was such a beautifully written and mysterious book. I was enthralled till the end (and then I was… Continue reading Nutella Rolls
Summer’s here! There’s always this big buzz about summer and summer fun. I get it, kids are out of school, the weather is hot, and it’s easier to do more things outside. There is one thing that I have never understood about summer, that’s aversion women have when it comes to water. Even before kids,… Continue reading What’s with Women and Water?