Ahh!! A new school year means building a portfolio of fresh, new, noteworthy quotes to ponder upon, chuckle at, and warm my heart. The cornerstone quote to begin the new school year has to be one I heard on a movie the other night. It went something very close to this: “What goes wrong in a
This past weekend Ben and I were able to go on a date night! Yippee! So good to spend time together as I know it will be, in all reality, a couple of months before an evening alone will happen again. We are entering another school year and the busiest season of the year is underway.
I LOVE my dentist (and his family); I really do. He is a very compassionate, caring, kind, gentle man. And he’s a close family friend. But his CHAIR intimidates me. It’s not him. He makes my time in it as pain-free as possible. It’s me. The drilling, scrapping, power washing, picking, pulling, prodding make me wonder if
Appointments. Appointments. Another summertime activity before school begins again. So off we’ve gone over the last few weeks to the pediatrician for the kids’ yearly exams (where, by the way, their doc informed me, much to my children’s delight, that I am now officially the lowest in stature by at least an inch within our home),
Being a child of the 80s, I have warm-fuzzy feelings when I remember Jon Bon Jovi’s song “Livin’ on a Prayer.” My brother and I, while decked out in his parachute pants, matching vest, and permed mullet and my teased, reaching-for-the-heavens-bangs, layered socks, and neon upon neon shirts (collars turned up, of course) and pants, would skate