Fun Time Summer Activities
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Sometimes we get so caught up in life we forget to take in the little things. This summer, take the time to feel like a kid again with these activities.
Have your planned out your summer activities yet? Here are a few fun craft and activity ideas featuring chalkboard paint. One can on paint can go a long way for entertaining! Links are in the gallery below: nggallery template=’carousel’ id=’41′ ________________________________________________ Read more of my writing at: Follow me on MORE »
The nicer weather is finally here and with it comes some activities I can't wait to do with my kids!
When I was a senior in high school way back in 1988 the most popular gift given and received was a check for nineteen-dollars-and-eighty-eight-cents. Get it? Our parents and our parents’ friends were very clever. And while, yes, getting a check in any amount was most appreciated and spent almost immediately (probably on beer and pizza), MORE »
Growing up I always knew I was going to college, mostly because I was told as much from a very young age. “You will go to college,” my parents told me, “and we’ll help you pay for it.” Notice they didn’t say they’d pay for it, or that I’d be free to take a year MORE »
One of my most treasured possessions is a handwritten book my mother gave me on my wedding day. It is filled with her thoughts on me as a child, on the path I have chosen, and the woman I have become. I still pull it out and read it regularly, but in particular when I’m MORE »
So who spends Father’s Day alone in a movie theater, watching Tom Cruise rock out as an ’80s hairish band rock god? Two thumbs at this guy. Sweet aunt jebus, I love Father’s Day. In the morning, it’s all about family celebration and kind words and hugs and moments so sweet even Frank Capra would MORE »
Happy Father’s Day to all of the amazing, participating dads out there, the male role models that step in willingly and the solo single moms, like me, on double duty. So, another Father’s Day is here. My son gave me a kiss, a card and some chocolate. “Happy Father’s Day, Mommy,” he said. “Let’s make MORE »
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