Tag: family

June 21, 2020

Have a Star-Spangled Day

The 4th of July is almost here and our country is in turmoil. There is so much disrespect and hate going on…. what has happened to America? Plus this virus has changed a lot of things we do every day as well. Our state is putting restrictions on us again. So what do we do to Celebrate the USA? We as a people need to […]

May 27, 2020

Virtual Graduation Party Ideas

How is everyone doing? It is Graduation Time and it will be different this year. This virus has changed so many areas of our lives. Schools around the world have postponed their graduation ceremonies, moved them online, or canceled them outright I know graduates are feeling it is no fair. But as they move on to start their lives let me share some Virtual Graduation […]

September 23, 2019

Suicide Is Forever

September was first declared as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in 2008. Since then, September has been a time to acknowledge those affected by suicide, raise awareness, and connect individuals to treatment services. We had a son that committed Suicide a few years ago. We had no idea he was even thinking that. He acted completely normal the day before.  He got up in the […]

May 11, 2018

Saying Thank You To Mom On Mother’s Day

It’s  Mother’s Day 2018!  When I think back to honoring my mother on this day we always had the homemade gifts we would make and I think as a mother of 6 kids those are always my favorite gifts. I am a mother of 6 AWESOME KIDS and 19 GRANDKIDS. I feel so blessed as a mom and grandma. As they send me gifts I […]

January 29, 2018

Affordable Ways To Say I Love You On Valentine’s Day

Why do we celebrate Valentine’s Day? Love comes in many forms… Appreciation, Admiration, and Friendship, Let me share a few ideas I have found to make this Valentine’s Day Even More Special. ❤ ❤ Spread Valentine Love With 28 Acts Of Kindness via Craft Create Cook. ❤   Make a Valentine Tree….To make this a meaningful family activity, each family member could decorate a heart or write a love […]

June 6, 2012

A Priceless Gift Called Gratitude

Parents know what they have to teach children. They teach them manners, and how to use the potty. They teach them how to eat at the table, how to get dressed in the morning, and eventually, how to tie their own shoes. Sadly, one of the forgotten teachings of parenthood is teaching children how to be grateful. When is the last time you taught your […]