When opposites blend beautifully
I remember this old English saying my mom used to say, “they’re like chalk and cheese.” Can you believe it dates back to 1390?
Sometimes there are no words
I hope your week is off to a good start. Mine certainly is. I'm bursting at the seams and grinning like a big fat old Cheshire cat! Why you ask? Because my interview article just got published on a prestigious parenting site in INDIA! Nice, right?
WOW! What a week. Between completing yet another week-long training and submitting a 1500-word article, I also managed to successfully merge two private groups of mine on Facebook. OK, that last one was a small victory, but for a technophobe, it was a big deal. I'm happy to report the fun energy in the new free group is totally living up to the new name...Merry Mavens! It launched this weekend and is going gangbusters, so that makes us all very merry!
Those who know me know I like quirky old photos so that helps explain the cover photo. Don't you just wonder whatever possessed these hilarious grandmas to strike this silly pose back then?
I learned of a study recently that said the average American hasn’t made a new friend in five years. YIKES! Good job I was sitting down because that blew me away. Does it surprise you as well, or does it describe you as well? I’m curious. You, too? Read on…
I'm in my element when I'm exploring thoughts of this challenging topic of female friendships. Sometimes things spill out into the real world and end up here in this blog,
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