A day of moon bounces corn hole and small-town fun ahh to be a kid.
Gotta Say, I Laughed my Butt Off!, That bride sure can run.
Today’s Guest post is a post about Joint life insurance from Alrene Chandler. Arlene Chandler is a freelance writer who loves helping people face the uncertainty of the future. When she’s not enjoying the mountains with her two dogs, she writes about career advice and finance tips for the Suncorp life insurance page. Joint Life … [Read More...]
My youngest is no longer a preschooler. As proud as I was other is also that part of me that wonders where the time went.
It’s been a long while since I last posted, and today it’s a bit of a different post. My last post was towards the end of February, and righ about that time things changed in my life, in a way that I knew was coming, but was probably unprepared for. Today’s post is dedicated to … [Read More...]
Do you Remember the “Original Wreck-it-Ralph?” His name was Ralph Hinkley, Hanley, uh..Mr. “H”. He wasn’t always happy about it either. March 1981, My my dad, and our old Sanyo TV, you know the one with the Dial. I was the remote. Well this particular night was special. Not only was I staying up past my … [Read More...]
For all parents life can be a balancing act. We have to balance work, family activities, finances, and the needs and wants of our children, while trying to maintain sanity in out own lives. Sometimes the scales can tip in one direction or another that can throw off the balance, and the hard part is … [Read More...]
I can still remember the day our youngest child was born. If you haven’t yet read my about page, then what you don’t know is that is was an opportunity I didn’t have when our oldest two sons were born. To hold them as they first entered the world and began their journey, one that … [Read More...]
One area my wife and I can often not see eye to eye on is in the area of discipline. She is much more often the “softy” than I. I have a buddy with two girls, who says that in his house it’s just the opposite. Yet in ours, a house of three boys, and … [Read More...]
It finally happened. The right of passage that I think many little ones have as they grow old, and when they don’t always get their way. My 4 year old informed me the other night that he was leaving, running away, and going to live with new parents, forever, a couple days, just until tomorrow. … [Read More...]