One of my favorite things to do is to have lunch at Panera Bread–just me and a book to read. And you know, as I sit there alone in Panera Bread stores, from the east coast to the midwest, I can’t help but notice something. A lot of young mothers like to take their child/children … More Panera-ramic Vision
I saw this canvas print at Bed, Bath & Beyond and it spoke to me. It was an impulse buy. A good one. Because the wisdom herein has gotten me through a few narrow roads pocked with potholes and hairpin turns.
Unless you’ve been on a mountaintop without internet reception, you’ve probably heard the story earlier this summer of an UNEMPLOYED 30 year-old New York man who will not leave home. He’s been ensconced in his parents’ home for the last ten years RENT-FREE! His parents had to take him to court to get him out … More Check-Out Time at the Loser Hotel
My middle son is graduating from college this month. A semester earlier than scheduled. He is 21, and he can’t wait to move out and start working full-time. My oldest son has taken the long road. He has another year and a half before finishing his course-work and on-the-job training as a HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and … More Motivation or Deprivation?
It’s that time again. Summer is breathing its last and September is around the corner. Not a fan of the ninth month. It’s rather like a nasty, festering carbuncle on an otherwise perfect year. Now, you may be saying, “Wait a minute… You can’t impugn an entire month.” Yes. Yes I can. And here’s my why … More September’s Bad Rap