I love being a mom, although that's not what I thought when I was growing up. There is no part of motherhood that I detest...except for the laundry, maybe. However, being a mom is one of the most difficult thing in the world.
CEOs and corporate ladder climbers, step aside. You ain't seen nothing yet. You think you have it all tough and your boss is an…Continue
Added by Marsha Maung on March 18, 2010 at 11:00pm —
This will be a Consultant Of The Month Group (COTM) Once we reach 12 members we will split up into groups of 6.
~ New members will make their initial purchase from the person that referred them within one week of joining. They will be added to a group for the following month when their purchase is complete. ~ Each group will be made up of 6 members and will have a COTM each month. This will give everyone the chance to become COTM…
As I sit in my kitchen sipping my coffee (trying to make it last as I
can only have one still….!) and I listen to Queenie march up and down
the hallway banging a tiny wooden spoon against this little bamboo mat
that I bought in Thailand (it is a spice mixing set, she just doesn’t
use the wooden Elephant as part of her tambourine) singing, “Ahoo,
haaa, boo, bababa, dah-haaaaaaaaaa!” then just as suddenly as she start
she throws her musical instrument to the floor… Continue
I found out last week that the US printer has made a mistake on some of the copies of Housekeeping for the Soul they sent out to the distributor. By the time the mistake was discovered, the distributor had already sent out a shipment to Amazon.
Although I hope that all faulty copies were retrieved before Amazon filled pre-orders, I have no way to know all of them were. So, if you have pre-ordered a copy, and you receive one with my cover and someone else's book in it (the author is… Continue
At first I wasn’t going to chime in after reading Sunday’s the New York Times article “Honey, Don’t Bother Mommy. I’m Too Busy Building My Brand.” by Jennifer Mendelsohn. Then I read articles responding to it by other bloggers I respect and the many thought-provoking comments that were left. The mommy blogging word in is a tizzy, there’s even a Facebook page set up to protest the New York Times.… Continue
Today, my littlest man had his
Easter play. He was none other than Judas. We were so proud of him,
as well as all the little actors & actresses. And a huge outpouring of gratitude to Miss Andie, who patiently &
graciously put it all together. It's our honor to have you enjoy this
little slideshow at… Continue
Added by LeadHership on March 17, 2010 at 11:47pm —
What a day it has been! Today marks the one year anniversary since Julia’s last chemotherapy treatment. I am so excited that this day was able to be marked in a significant, though not loud celebratory, way. Thanks to Carolinas Healthcare Foundation, I was able to get the website up for…
Fundraisers are calling for short story and poetry submissions for a national anthology to benefit children’s charities. From the submissions, 101 pieces will be chosen to appear in the anthology which is scheduled for released in May of this year.
"The most important thing to a parent is their child," says Beth Davis, an editor on the project. "If we can do something we love, in this case writing, and have it benefit children all over the country then we really are…
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