I just posted an article on my blog Write Moms about the writing site Suite101.com. Come visit to learn more about it. If you are a writer for Suite101, please come and leave a comment about anything I did not mention or did not know!
I also posted that I would be starting a blog series on Novel Writing. As I work on my own novel, I will write about the different aspects of novel writing. My hope is to inspire all of you… Continue
Added by Deanna S. on May 17, 2009 at 1:11am —
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Added by jazminy on May 16, 2009 at 9:40pm —
Listen to the words of this song. They are such a powerful reminder of how powerful story,traditions and memories are in our lives. If the words inspire,motivate or touch you or they remind you of a memory, I would love to hear it at my blog at http://memoriesthatbind.blogspot.com or comment here. Some of our family history will die when a love one passes away make sure you have your written down.
Keep the… Continue
Added by Marie Watson on May 16, 2009 at 9:17pm —
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Hi All, Thanks to Camryn Hartle of Mean Mommy University my blog Write Moms has been awarded the "One Lovely Blog Award." Come visit me at my blog to see. Now it is my turn to nominate 15 blogs for this award. If you are interested in being nominated, please visit my blog and leave a comment and I will come visit your blog. I hope to make my 15 nominations in the next two days.
Why does she like to walk in big slippers or shoes, like mine?
Why does she like to eat eggs so much?
Why does she like water that she could bathe the whole day, I suppose?
Why is it that she knows how to act funny?
Why is it natural for her to like animals, especially dogs?
Why does she choose the people she is friendly to?
Why did she develop an aversion to some veggies when I've been exposing her to them?
Why does she like to also eat whatever I'm eating… Continue
Added by Cymbelly on May 16, 2009 at 1:34am —
Have you thought about starting your own Scentsy Candle Business? Here are some answers to some questions you may have. Please feel free to email me or call me if you have more questions!
Q. What wattage of light bulb does the warmer use?
A. Our warmers use a standard 25 watt, small based light bulb. Every new warmer and plug in comes with its own light bulb. Our Plug In Warmers use a standard 15 watt nightlight bulb, found at most hardware… Continue
Some people may not consider themselves hero's, but in others eyes they most certainley are. Rich at http://www.theperfectfocus.com/ is one of this people! Not only is Rich a champion for spreading awareness about Canine Companions, but he is a symbol to all to not be limited by disabilities. Rich is sight impaired yet he is an amazing photographer, a Judo instructor, and a friend to many people including my little Jude. We have never met Rich personally, but he takes the time to follow…Continue
Added by Jenn on May 15, 2009 at 1:03pm —
According to Mike Jude seems to be doing better today. He seemed to revert back to his old feeding schedule last night after his seizure, because he woke at 4am hungry. Mike grumbled, and then slowly got out of bed to feed Jude 6 ounces.
So my poor Hubby has to check into the nursing home with Jude tonight to finish qualifying for the MDCP. This is the program that the state of Tx offers medically dependent children. It based off the child's "income" not the parents, which means…Continue
Added by Jenn on May 15, 2009 at 12:59pm —
If you are struggling with trying to figure out all the mumbo-jumbo there is out there about affiliate marketing, you are not alone. I spent the better part of a year jumping from one program to the next hoping to find the "holy grail". Well, you know what? You could spend your whole life chasing your tail and get absolutely no where.
The whole thing is, we all want instant gratification because we live in a world that teaches us that. Nobody wants to do hard work anymore. We all… Continue
Added by Lisa Miller on May 15, 2009 at 12:49pm —
So I have this dear friend of mine...who is pregnant and the hubby is completely against having another child...how does she tell him, without him flipping out completely? He was always against having children and made it very clear that he doesn't want any, she did however manage to "squezze" one child out of him with his approval. Please please please come up with some suggestions to give her to take to him. Thanks in advance for all of your inputs...…
I had to go to the dentist yesterday for a couple of fillings that had come out, I've never been a big fan of the dentist but i don't think anyone really likes it.
Anyway i went in and got my numbing injection which was surprisingly not very painful (after having four births in 4years i guess my tolerance of pain has increased a bit!) and slowly my mouth started to feel like rubber. It must have been a big dose because i could not feel a thing! and i felt slightly drunk (not a… Continue
Added by Amy Sheridan on May 15, 2009 at 2:46am —
May is skin cancer awareness month. What better way to increase awareness then by promoting UV protected clothing! In my opinion UV Skinz has the best products out there. I recently did a review/giveaway for their Baby UV Skinz Swim Shirt. Please check that out. There's some great background information on how UV Skins got started, what their mission statement is, and it show cases another great UV Skinz product!
In honor of skin cancer awareness we will be featuring TWO more UV… Continue
About a week ago, our local rag newspaper published a public speaking piece which referred to the participants of the Tea Parties as being "sore losers". I considered that a biased and childish remark. Tea Parties have nothing to do with political party agenda. We, the People, are concerned for a country that was originally founded on principles fought against the tyrannical leader, King George III and now in the guise of President Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid. Socialist philosophy and… Continue
Stuff. Possessions. Things. We all have way too much of it. Especially if you have children or if you are one to hold onto things for sentimental reasons. (You know who you are!) There may be a psychological underlying reason why you hold onto your stuff, but no matter what the reason is, there are ways to help reduce and reuse it.
Here are some ideas to reduce and reuse:
Birthday party favors. When my girls come home from birthday parties, the flood… Continue
Added by Heather on May 14, 2009 at 8:05pm —
Yesterday seemed to start a hero theme, so I thought I would proceed with another blog I would like you to visit.
Awhile ago when I was pregnant with Jude I was a member of the Just Mommies website. We all talked and shared our stories in different "due date clubs". I, being my nosey self would hunt through other groups including those of moms who were further along than me. One day I came across Liz Logelin. I never personally chatted with her, but I peeked in at what was going on… Continue
Added by Jenn on May 14, 2009 at 5:19pm —
Forgive my grumpy attitude yesterday I was a bit overwhelmed. My hubby has promised to be nice to me today, and stop by and see me later.
After my rough day everything finally seemed to fall into place last night. I was determined to get home and just appreciate my kids. Jude was still having small spasms, and I believe that is causing his lack of eating. He has some blood work today, and he will see the doctor on Monday. I know he will increase the Depakene in hopes it will… Continue
Added by Jenn on May 14, 2009 at 5:00pm —
How do I stop myself from comparing to all the other, “better,” unschoolers? Here we are, all letting our kids have the individuality the school system tries to stamp out of them, but yet, I can’t help but feel (and some of the online–not real life–community seems to foster) this sense of a Set of Rules for How to Unschool that we all compare ourselves to (and online, get sometimes reamed for not measuring up to) and come up feeling short. How… Continue