24 hours ago I posted a single face slap emoji 🤦🏼♀️on a post about changing the name of the Mother’s Day celebration to something more inclusive like grown ups who love us day. Now whether you agree with me on the topic of changing it or not, listen to how far out of control peoplesContinue reading “Mother’s Day Controversy”
Category Archives: daily thought
Read Across America
March 2nd is Read Across America day. Last year I didn’t celebrate it on the blog because I was working on my 21 Read To Me Books for Spring project. Read Across America Day is held annually on a school day closest to March 2nd each year. The day promotes reading for children. The popularContinue reading “Read Across America”
Learning A Language
I’ve got a lot of goals this year. My newest is to work on my Spanish. I don’t know if I’ll be able to be bilingual, but I want to learn more at least. I’m trying Duolingo to see if I can work on it! It’s a learning app that so far is fun toContinue reading “Learning A Language”
To create a new day
I recently fell upon an article called What ‘Groundhog Day’ Can Teach Us About The Power of Personal Development. It’s an old one from February 2016 and when you think about the movie you wouldn’t remember that it could bring about such deep thinking, but it really it makes you think. The article comes toContinue reading “To create a new day”
Book 8/52. Finsihed.
The Alice Network https://www.goodreads.com/user_challenges/33266697
Book 7/52. Finished.
The Mitford Murders By Jessica Fellowes https://www.goodreads.com/user_challenges/33266697
Book 6/52. Finished.
Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey https://www.goodreads.com/user_challenges/33266697
Book 5/52. Finished.
The “cute meet” of this story was a little far-fetched, but the ensuing adventure really caught my attention. I mean who doesn’t want to have a great vacation romance, right? I feel like (if I hadn’t already been to England and didn’t have English friends) I would have learned a little about the English culture.Continue reading “Book 5/52. Finished.”