Black cattin' around
I saw an article last week about black cats and how they are less than half as likely to be adopted as gray cats. The story appeared in the Weird News section of huffingtonpost.com.
- A couple truths about parenting I'm just not sure how I should deal with my daughter," a young mom recently shared. "I guess I should just let daycare handle it. I mean, that's what I'm paying for, right? They're the experts." My heart ached as I watched her physically pull away f
Smells like pumpkin time
It is autumn again, if you hadn’t noticed, and that means it is also pumpkin time. There are parts of pumpkin time I like, but I do not like the smell or taste of pumpkin in any form.
Get outside and active this fall
In my experience, there is no better time to be active outside in Indiana than the fall. Our legendary humidity subsides, the temperature is pleasant for exercising bodies, and the scenery ain’t bad either.
Good of season outshines scary
Mommy, can I look now?” Confused I looked in the rearview mirror to see my daughter hunched over in her car seat hiding her eyes. When asked what was wrong, she pointed out the window and muttered, “The scary signs are everywhere.”
What Goldilocks learned about dining out
It only took Goldilocks a few tries before she found her “just right” meal. But if you are eating out and looking for the meal that satisfies your palate, purse and conscience, it may be a bit more difficult to find that perfect meal.
Hear the people sing at Beef & Boards
Les Miserables recently opened at the Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre. Les Mis is my absolute favorite musical, and I have been both dreading and eagerly anticipating the B&B version since I learned it was coming.
Now you can't ever take that back
Have you heard about the new B-tags at Bloomingdale’s? They are, according to cnbc.com, a way to fight wardrobing.
What is wardrobing, you ask? It is buying an expensive item of clothing, wearing it one time and returning it to the store for a full refund.
Take the upward spiral toward awesome
We’re all familiar with the downward spiral and the strong negativity associated with it. Well, there’s another spiral that I believe is stronger.
Keys to healthy communication
Let’s face it — sometimes we say the wrong thing. Our husband arrives home an hour late, and we snap — before we discover he was helping a stranded old lady by the side of the highway. Our child fails to clean her room and we come unglued — before we discover she forgot because her best friend is moving away.
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