It’s been just over a week since I began the Social Media Challenge and I have to say that I miss my boredom browsing on Facebook. I think it is more of a mindless habit than a need that drives this yearning and it leaves me to wonder if this is how a smoker feels… Continue reading SOCIAL MEDIA CHALLENGE(week 1)
I am in a love/hate relationship with technology, my family can vouch for this as they have suffered through numerous rants. I blame some of this on what I witness while working with the public – families sitting at a table and nobody speaking, babies watching cartoons while shopping, kids with headphones in while out… Continue reading SOCIAL MEDIA CHALLENGE
Life is divided into moments. Some are small. Some are big. Some make you cry. Some make you laugh. Some just make you pause and think. All of these moments, even the painful ones, create the beautiful, complicated, individuals that we are. When we are young, we look at the “adults” around us and think… Continue reading Adventures are Comprised of Moments
I was insecure, scared, and certain I was "too old" to be going to school.
I saw a commercial last night that depicted a frazzled dad driving around a van full of lively girls after a soccer practice. The girls were animatedly talking in the vehicle while the father sat in the drive-through waiting for his time at the window. Almost instantly I felt my heart break a little as… Continue reading Memories in the Midst of Chaos
Life is full of obstacles and hurdles to overcome but in the drudgery of the race are quiet moments of beauty to quiet the soul if you only stop to look. It is these moments that bring us back to our core and remind us of what the big picture is. We do not exist… Continue reading Savor the Small Moments of Beauty
I have observed among my peers the need to force their child into adulthood. Now this might be fine if the subject of topic were an actual adult who seemed unwilling to fly, but as it turns out it is an actual child; some as young as three years of age! I can understand the… Continue reading Let the Children Play