I’ve said it before and I’m saying it again – Brenna is evil. But I totally love her.
Have I made it clear how much I LOVE summer movie dates with my boys? Seriously – it’s the best time! And during the summer there are so many more options to see and something to make us all happy. This last mother/sons date was to see How to Train Your Dragon 2 – and I loved it! Read the rest of this entry
How, pray tell, did it get to be JUNE already and late June at that?! That’s nearly 1/2 of the year GONE. And I have no idea where it went!
[For reference, I wrote this post in May…and forgot to post it. Oops!!]
I took my two favorite young men on a date Saturday night – to see the newest X-Men. They really are the best guys to see movies with – I get to control the popcorn, they laugh in the right places, they had intensity to the drama by sitting on the edge of their seats or gasping in surprise, and they always talk to me for hours after the movie.
Oh dear Lord. I walk in Wednesday morning, already hungry cuz I skipped any sort of breakfast only to find that Miss Brenna is all set to take care of me. Yep..she had cereal waiting for me.
Couldn’t resist this one. I’m going a bit crazy trying to keep up with life (again) so this seemed appropriate to share with you. Who’s in?!
I’m not Catholic but I like the idea of confession…and absolution. So…I hereby declare today (and every Friday henceforth until I’m bored with it) – RANDOM CONFESSION FRIDAY!
What gives words their power in our lives? Is it the context in which they’re used? Is it the speaker or the writer of them? Or is it the words themselves, the combination of them, that gives them power?
Seriously, folks. This is the best advice I’m going to give you for life: find yourself a centered, happy, delightful person to be around. It changes your outlook and makes you strive to be like them.
Yesterday, my company had a wonderful presenter (Jenne Fromm) come in and talk to us about “Emotional Intelligence”. It was a wonderful seminar and it started a lot of positive communications within the office. I had a good conversation with a friend/coworker about anxiety and I shared with her the “Stop It” video I posted some time back. She, in turn, shared this one with me.