Like most young girls, I was enthralled with romantic fairy tales. Who wouldn't want to have Prince Charming to show up with that glass slipper that would undoubtedly fit just right? Or maybe have him ride up on his noble steed and wake you from some mysterious illness with true love's kiss? These ideas of romantic bliss are drilled into little girl's heads from very early on. There's nothing wrong with fairy tales, they are entertaining and fun and they make… Continue
Added by Shavon Robinson on May 7, 2012 at 1:51am —
Last week, Lexi had an assignment which required a poster-board. Actually, it didn’t require a poster-board, notepad paper would have worked too, but it seems like the new generation of teachers prefer everything from a haiku to a spelling assignment completed on poster-board. It’s like these teachers are compensating for something else. You know what they say about a teacher who assigns over sized homework, don’t you?… Continue
Added by BuenoBaby on November 11, 2010 at 3:06pm —
Added by France de la Fuente on October 19, 2010 at 8:42pm —
Last week ended on a tense note, so Ben and I snuck out for a quick drink and a few moments alone on Saturday night. We deserved this time together. Actually, if we’re going to be fair about it, we deserved a trip to Europe but I’m grateful for anytime alone.
We didn’t go anywhere fancy. Still, I wanted to take it up a notch so I wore this necklace, which had belonged to my Granny Bea.… Continue
Added by BuenoBaby on October 19, 2010 at 12:01pm —
I am reading the book "For Women Only" by Shaunti Feldhahn it's about
the great mystery called marriage. I thought I'd share what I've learned
74 % of men would rather feel alone and unloved than feel inadequate and disrespected. In fact many men had a hard time seeing the difference because if a man feels
disrespected he is going to feel unloved!
Added by Rachel Todd on September 25, 2010 at 3:23pm —
We’ve recently introduced a new show into our TV watching repertoire called Surviving the Cut. We happened by this show somewhat unintentionally, since I had initially mistook it for some kind of reality-dance-audition-series. I’d DVR’d it, anticipating an hour of leg warmers and men in butt-tight, cutoff sweat pants rolled up into their nether regions. But instead of watching some coked-up choreographer shouting, ‘People...and five, six, seven, eight...!’ we ended up watching US… Continue
Added by BuenoBaby on September 17, 2010 at 10:36am —
Several weeks ago, Ben and I attended a conference for web developers, even though I’m not a web developer myself. I'm a web designer, yes, but not a developer. They may sound similar but they’re not, and confusing those two roles would be like asking the hospital janitor [the one mopping your insides off the birthing room floor] whether, or not, your newborn is taking enough areola into her mouth when she latches on. Wrong man for the job, and… Continue
Added by BuenoBaby on August 24, 2010 at 2:13pm —
I wasn’t entirely sure whether or not to write this post. But then I thought, you guys are adults. You understand that life isn’t just rainbows and squirrels covered in sparkles. I can give it to you straight. And if I’m wrong, well then, I guess a few of you will probably make a mini throw-up in your mouth.
Our weekend started out with projectile vomit. And then it got gross. And no, this will not run amok into a poop post, unless you count that incident with our cat making diarrhea… Continue
Added by BuenoBaby on July 14, 2010 at 8:48am —
I came across some of my old journals.
It was so weird looking through them. (I know I have tons more
I was a really great chick! I was so confident and smart. I wrote about wanting Gman in my life. I also wrote about Ed, a male friend I had at the time.…
Added by More Milestones on July 10, 2010 at 11:30pm —
I'm wondering, what's it like in your house?
Heidi woke up sick this morning. She told us so. “I sick.” And then she
projectile vomited and we were like: Oh, you mean you’re sick, sick.
Here’s something to consider if you’re single and looking for that special someone to raise a family with one day: If you’re not ‘O.K.’ with vomit, your special someone had better be.
That’s because puke and kids go hand in hand. So the next… Continue
Added by BuenoBaby on July 9, 2010 at 4:37pm —
Do you wish you could do something guaranteed to help your girlfriend's marriage? And what if you also knew it would help yours? There IS something we can do, and summer is a great time to do it, to give the gift every guy and girlfriend needs. Read all about it here ...
Added by Julie Sanders on June 14, 2010 at 8:30am —
Next month Hubby and I will celebrate our 16th wedding anniversary. Like all marriages, we have had our ups and downs.
Hubby is funny, caring, kind. He is my rock. He taught… Continue
Added by More Milestones on June 3, 2010 at 10:05pm —
Before we get too far from Mothers Day, can I just say ... "I am not my husband's mother!" And you aren't yours either.
Read more ...
Added by Julie Sanders on May 10, 2010 at 12:19am —
For today’s ‘Fess Up blog, I chose to write about a show that is very near and dear to my husband, but one that I really can’t stand. I think I’m probably in the minority here, Continue
because this show continues to be the #1 rated show in America, but I
must ‘fess up here and admit that I LOATH AMERICAN…
Added by Melissa Cleaver on March 24, 2010 at 2:49am —
The theme of today’s blog hop is ANSWERED PRAYERS, and I definitely have many in my life to be thankful for. Actually, my entire life is comprised of answered Continue
prayers. First and foremost, I was blessed with being a pretty
intelligent woman. This led me to become the first college graduate in
my family and college is where I was lucky enough to meet my future
husband, Michael. He is such a gift to me that I could write the rest
of this blog solely on how…
Added by Melissa Cleaver on March 23, 2010 at 2:16am —
Have you ever experienced a time where your husband had a lot on his plate? Maybe he was taking comps for a master's degree. Maybe he had an evaluation at work. Maybe he's in finance, and it's tax season (wear a nametag - he will remember you :) ). Maybe he's a firefighter who is battling seasonal fires or in construction, taking advantage of good weather (Do NOT pretend to be in a burning building to get him to notice you!). Maybe he's a teacher and school is starting. Like it or not, his… Continue
Added by Julie Sanders on March 1, 2010 at 11:07am —
Self-evaluation is never easy. No one likes to admit when, or how many
times, they are wrong. This is especially true for me. But,
self-evaluation is necessary for any real, beneficial changes to occur
in ones behaviors.
And it seems on days that I am most adament about avoiding the
blemishes on my character, my husband turns into a gigantic, gaudy
mirror, waiting with baited breath to point out that I'm not as sweet
as I claim to be.
Added by Angela on February 12, 2010 at 11:21am —
Are you heading into Valentine's Day thinking that your hubby is not very easy to love? Today on Marriage Mondays we reflect on how two imperfect people can live and love together in an imperfect world ... not easy! It requires perfect grace.
Come be encouraged by reading more here ...
Added by Julie Sanders on February 8, 2010 at 1:40pm —
I am pleading with the SUN. Please come back. Bring me warmth, energy, and enthusiasm. Take away the cold, blistering wind. Destroy my sweaters, wool socks, and mittens. Bring me sundresses, flip flops, and sunscreen. Keep me warm, tan, and freckled…..a pool by my feet, a cocktail within reach. All of this, in Mother Nature’s name I pray, AMEN.
It’s winter in good old Pennsylvania, and I absolutely hate it. How do I cope? Not well. Chocolate Fudge Torte, Apple Cake, Fudge… Continue
Added by AverageJosey on February 1, 2010 at 3:19pm —
Some modern vows delete it, but most who wear wedding bands promised it "in the presence of these witnesses." You know the part ... "in sickness and in health." Few think of the likelihood of experiencing sickness, physical or emotional, in married life. It's inevitable, though, that infirmity will strike during life together and may range from stomach flu to kidney stones to long term or terminal illness to depression and anxiety. It's hard to live out our vows "in sickness and in health."… Continue
Added by Julie Sanders on January 31, 2010 at 7:25pm —