Well, I'm trying something different. This is my first blog hop and I hope you will participate.
Added by Peg on September 29, 2009 at 10:33pm —
This morning, I was walking in to work and there were several people walking in front of me. We all had our bags and our lunches and we marched slowly into the building. Kinda depressed me but as I reflected on it, it started to motivate me. It's a cold gray metal and glass building. We all work in cubicles, some offices, some labs. We sit in front of a computer for 9 hours a day so we can have every other Friday off. At the end of the day we grab our bags and we all march out only to do it all… Continue
Added by Katrina on September 29, 2009 at 4:44pm —
So... My first husband and I actually went to the same high school together. We started dating when I was 17. We got married when I was 19. I'm 32 now. Our oldest daughter is soon to be 12. Our younger daughter is 9.
I simply am not the girl I was when I was a teenager. I've changed, a lot. I've learned a lot as well. My husband and I grew apart. We get along very amicably and have a working arrangement for our girls.
Lately, I've been feeling the missing part of being a… Continue
Added by Erica on September 29, 2009 at 3:31pm —
As a small business owner I greatly appreciate the flexibility that I have to spend more time with my kids but some days it is a challenge to get work in-between play time. Make it easy and fun with these simple tips!
Leave the house prepared
On days that you might have your kids in tow, pack the car with coloring books, snacks and activities. A day in the car can be like a day long road trip for the kids so make it fun and exciting. Pack a “fun-pack” for the day with an… Continue
Added by SeekingSitters on September 29, 2009 at 3:08pm —
I have this friend Steve who was recently on a flight. Across the aisle was a new mama with her babe and a very elderly man, who from here on in shall be called ‘old dude’.
As the airplane was taking off, mama started breastfeeding babe. As any travelling mama knows, it’s good if you can get babe to feed on the way up and the way down to relieve any ear pain due to changing air pressure.
As she is feeding, old dude is shuffling around, mumbling under his breath, clearing… Continue
Added by Julie Cole on September 29, 2009 at 2:49pm —
This is a title of an article in the Orlando Sentinel Newspaper today. These statistics come from a study done in Atlanta, but have no fear, these statistics are more common across the country than not. A report done in 2007 and 2005 found that only 13% of U.S. high school students get a minimum of 3 servings of vegetables per day and only 32% get 2 servings of fruit. The sad thing is that the numbers did not increase from 2005 to 2007.
The Federal nutrition goals for 2010 call for at… Continue
Added by Dr Lisa Ramey on September 29, 2009 at 1:51pm —
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Added by Single Rose on September 29, 2009 at 12:58pm —
I joined the writers fan page The Nervous Breakdown a few months back because some of my Myspace friends who, like me, are whoring around Facebook now, and joined the group. If you can’t find me, I go where the traffic goes. Lemming is my maiden name. But I changed it to Kehoe just before puberty because what anxious Catholic girl doesn’t want to go through adolescence being called Keyhole???… Continue
Added by Amy Musing on September 29, 2009 at 10:00am —
I think my dad might be speaking to me from the grave. Except he doesn't really have a grave. His ashes are at my sister Taresa's house in a comfortable place on her bookshelf, waiting for his eight daughters to come to a consensus on just what to do with him -- imagine that process for a second. But a few times I have been certain that I have received messages from him. Okay, so there's no obvious poltergeist activity -- no spooky moving objects or footsteps or even doors closing (and… Continue
Added by ajm on September 29, 2009 at 6:02am —
Right before we go on and you lapidate me for what I have just said, let me explain what I mean by this.
You see, since the birth of Victor I have analysed and tried to understand the feelings I have. It has been months or shall I say from the moment I got pregnant with Victor that I have felt guilty for feeling this way.
When these 2 precious lines appeared I felt the same amount of joy and excitement than the first time, only to realise days later that it wasn't the… Continue
Added by Peggy Poyser on September 29, 2009 at 6:00am —
It's never too late to help. It's never too much to lend a helping hand.
Thank you to Courage Philippines for extending the message to my blog http://pamilyamatters.blogspot.com
Here's some details on how you can help:
Philippine National Red Cross
Please send cash or check donations to the PNRC National Headquarters in Manila. Checks should be made payable to The Philippine National Red Cross. They can arrange for donation… Continue
Added by Annalyn Salangsawa on September 29, 2009 at 3:25am —
So what happens after you finally start to pick up some momentum on your blog? You finally start getting views in the double digits every day. You begin getting more comments. You're getting some pretty nice compliments on your blog - and then it happens. It all comes crashing down, and all of a sudden too! Your number of followers may start to drop, or site hits plummet. That's when you know you've lost your mojo.
This very thing happened to me this week. My writing blog had peaked… Continue
Added by Dominique on September 29, 2009 at 1:24am —
Munch got a special treat last weekend in the form of her cousin's 18th birthday party/debut. A big party was planned, with dancing, and Munch was looking forward to it for days. She made sure to wear her favorite party dress and was absolutely in love with all the older girls dressed up for the evening. After a delicious dinner, which included my favorites-… Continue
Added by Janice on September 29, 2009 at 12:35am —
It has been an interesting few days at our house since I picked up the book by Dr. Kevin Leman, “Have a New Kid by Friday.”
Now I really truly HATE the title – I think it is rather misleading, but in any event I agree with nearly everything in it. It goes along the same lines as the… Continue
Added by Susan Heid on September 28, 2009 at 9:56pm —
Added by The Broad Cast on September 28, 2009 at 7:17pm —
For those of you who use this Mcklinky or similiar please give me your opinion.
Along with selling clothing, shoes, accessories, toys and household items I also list freebies, have deals of the day, DIY projects and recipes. I also run giveaways almost monthly.
What I need to know in your opinion, should I use this Mcklinky on my blog? I'm just not sure if I should or not and I'm sure not EVERY blog should use it but is mine one that should or shouldn't? If you think I… Continue
Added by Peg on September 28, 2009 at 4:00pm —
Win Your Own Gift Pack!
Now for the really good part - you can get a price pack too!
Your prize pack will consist of the following (see picture below):
■Four varieties of the Granola Nut Clusters - Roasted Cashew, Nut Lovers, Roasted Almond and Honey Roasted Peanut
■A Sling Backpack
■Stainless Steel Water Bottle
How do you Enter?
Leave me a comment telling me what you and your family do to stay in touch with… Continue
Added by kim hansen on September 28, 2009 at 2:43pm —
I am wondering which yarn works best for these? I use several types.
Also, I really need some more traffic to my blog. I need to get some more stuff up but I need to know how you mamas that are successful at blogging/selling through your blog do so w/little ones running around?
I find myself feeling guilty for crafting then blogging even though I still manage to entertain my son anyway... just curious how to manage it all.
I've been trying to do this for over a… Continue
Added by Jennifer Copeland on September 28, 2009 at 2:43pm —
Just wanted to share the recipe here
Added by Fanny on September 28, 2009 at 2:38pm —
Ever since the quirky Flight of the Conchords series appeared on HBO, people have been telling my husband that he looks like Jermaine Clement, the sideburned, black glasses-wearing, taller of the two musicians/comedians.
Skye hadn’t told me that he’s been receiving these comments from people everywhere he goes. He kept that unflattering observation to himself and sprung it on me after luring me into the mancave to watch the comedy that is woven around the theme of culture class, as… Continue
Added by Amy Musing on September 28, 2009 at 1:59pm —