I often receive books to review. Some interest me, some I grit my teeth and write about, others I pass onto someone who might do a better job.
When the book, Frazzled Hurried Woman! crossed my desk, I thought ‘well, now that one’s for me!’
School is out for summer and anything is possible in Disney’s Phineas and Ferb: The Best LIVE Tour Ever!
Sometimes my kids are so cute that it hurts. It hurts because the funnier they are and the smarter they get, the more I miss my father.
When the book, Frazzled Hurried Woman! crossed my desk, I thought ‘well, now that one’s for me!’ I took it home and put it on my coffee table and it sat there. For weeks. What frazzled hurried woman has time to read?
It amazes me how these little people are finding their own way into each other’s hearts.
If you’re lucky, you still have great friends who make you laugh and share your troubles, but life gets in the way. There’s marriage or dating. There’s work and kids and soccer practice. There’s laundry and grocery shopping.
The atmosphere was electric as we entered Hamilton Place Sunday morning. Line-ups for merchandise were long and flashbulbs were popping. Like any true band, they came late to the stage. About 10 minutes past the 11:30 a.m. start time, the chanting started.
I recently overheard some moms, both with two children, talking about their recent vehicle purchases. They had both needed to go bigger but were proud and relieved to have bought SUVs rather than minivans.
I am so ready for the new fall television season. Unfortunately, my DVR is not.