Ahh, October! This means fall colors, football, Halloween, and the feeling that everything has been coated with Pepto Bismol. That’s right, it’s breast cancer awareness month!  The month where pink is everywhere, from food packaging and signs to football players'...
Alright Millennials, we know you're out there. Raise your hand if you were born between 1982 and the early 2000's. If that's you, or your friend, sister, or coworker, then listen up. We have a fabulous event to tell...
In an effort to put myself out there, I am joining everything you can think of. I just signed for a knitting class and joined the PTO for my son’s school. Maybe that is my version of a mid-life crisis.
Remember when rocking your weekend meant staying out late, sleeping in late and basically doing a whole lot of nothing? Me too. Sadly, that is not the kind of rocking I’m referring to. This is more like rocking your...
It's fall and the kids are going back to school.  In theory, this makes more time for the things that I like to do, which usually involves volunteering somewhere.  I say "in theory" because every summer I believe that...
Men’s “health” clinics are popping up all over our state, almost as fast as marijuana shops. Obviously, there is an epidemic that we are not openly discussing. One that is becoming more and more common. Have a girl’s night,...
One child is sick and in need of urgent care. The other is having an epic meltdown. So what do you do? Pack their things, load up the car, travel to the nearest ER and sit in a crowded...
The question hit me like a toy that was being thrown from my toddlers hands. Never intending to hit me, but landing square in my face, leaving me reeling from what just went down. "So is your guy's friendship just...
Every year it happens. Word starts spreading about the germs going around. Kids diagnosed with the flu. Stomach bugs spreading like wildfire. The coughs ringing through the halls at school. Over the years, I have amassed an arsenal of tricks...
Now that my youngest is in school, I realize the days were long, but the years were short. I'm so thankful looking back for the lazy days at the playground and the hours spent in a rocking chair with my babies. With kids in high school, middle school, and elementary now, things move at a much quicker pace. I hope we had fun. I think we did.

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