‘Twas The Day After Christmas

Twas the day after Christmas, and all through the house, Every creature was hurting– even the mouse. The toys were all broken, their batteries dead; Santa passed out, with some ice on his head. Wrapping and ribbons just covered the floor, While upstairs the...

The Halloween Witch

Each year they parade her about…the traditional Halloween Witch. Misshapen green face, stringy scrapes of hair, and a toothless mouth beneath her disfigured nose. Gnarled, knobby fingers twisted into a claw, protracting from a bent and twisted torso that lurches...

How to Choose Baby Shoes

Your little one is crawling, pulling herself up and holding on to furniture and she’s beginning to cruise along the tables and couches. It’s time for her first pair of shoes. If you’re thinking of those white, leather high-topped shoes with the stiff soles, shove them...

History of Games

Board games have a long history. We can presume that the first games were created when human life became settled enough to enjoy leisure time and not focus entirely on survival. Games also serve a purpose beyond entertainment: they are a great way to teach and learn,...

From Soda to Tea

I very recently gave up soda. (Yes… again.) It has been a hard habit for me to break. I was looking for alternatives to drink, because I tend to get a bit bored with water. I try to avoid adding anything to my water and I don’t want to waste calories...

Message to My Teenager

A friend of mine recently shared this to her profile on Facebook. Though my son is nowhere near a teenager just yet, I thought it was worth sharing for those who are already there. There’s some great… and sometimes humorous… advice in this list. 1....
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