If you’ve read any of these I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments. Also tell me about what you are reading now. A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles It is 1922 in Moscow when young Count Alexander Rostov is sentenced to live out the rest of his days in… Continue reading Book Reviews: A Gentleman in Moscow, Where’d You Go Bernadette, and The Boy Who Loved Too Much
I’ve been irritable lately. I blame it on the migraines. When I have them frequently, they just start to chip away at me. Not to be a full blown Debbie Downer, but here’s the top 5 things that’s gotten under my skin. Maybe getting them off my chest will lighten me up. I keep getting… Continue reading 5 Things That Have Bugged Me Lately
Just for fun, caption this scene we stumbled upon this morning at the children’s library. My favorite response will get a reblog at the beginning of the week.
My son is starting PreK soon. He (and I) seem to have some mild anxiety about it. So off to the library we went. I mentioned to the librarian that I wanted to read books to help him (and me) get ready. She was on top of it and made for sure we left with… Continue reading Children’s Books About Starting School
Both of my kids have summer birthdays. That combined with Father’s Day, July 4th, and juggling a big extended family is causing me to have celebrations on the brain. My 4 year old son recently and unknowingly reminded me why we keep our holidays and birthdays simple: because right now we can. . . .… Continue reading Why We Keep Birthdays Simple
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About 6 to 8 million cats and dogs enter shelters in the U.S. every year. Sadly, only half of them get a chance at a new, loving home. Holly Guinnevere Shuster Lady Guinnevere Shuster Anthony Guinnevere Shuster Louis Guinnevere Shuster Andie Guinnevere Shuster Star Guinnevere Shuster Chief Guinnevere Shuster…
“Before having kids I rarely cried. In fact, it might have been weird how little I cried. Emotional moments around other people made me uncomfortable. It’s not like the end of The Notebook isn’t sob worthy. I just didn’t ever want to share that with the people I was watching it with. I was going… Continue reading Becoming a Mom Made Me a Crybaby