I had to make a Target run yesterday. I don’t know about everyone else but I make a list of exactly what I’m going there for and how much money I can spend because I can NEVER go to Target and leave with just what I came for. So I had my list: [Read more…]
My son loves Disney Junior! It’s become the station in our house that usually gets put on before anything else to see what’s on. These are the top ten reasons why I love Disney Junior and you should too!
Ice cream is pretty sacred in my house. I discovered quick that not only does my child love it, he will literally try to climb into my bowl to get some. I didn’t like the idea of loading him up with sugar every night so I decided to make him his own special, healthy “ice cream” to eat. [Read more…]
This installment I’m talking about House of Rose. If you are not familiar with Mandy Rose, I suggest heading over to her site. She has been blogging for a few years now so she offers great tips for beginners. She also runs another site with her husband, also a blogger, dedicated to how much income they make blogging and the resources they use. Mandy is an open book of knowledge and can really help you get to your final vision of your blog.
Wednesday night It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia celebrated a television milestone and hit 100 episodes! I have been a huge fan of this show from the beginning and am happy that it’s getting the love it deserves. In honor of this big achievement (it only took nine seasons!), I’m counting down my top ten favorite episodes of the show.
I got my first mention on another blog! FabulousBlogging.com does a great feature on First Year Bloggers where people can write about starting their blog and any helpful tips that they have for other new bloggers. I’m so happy to be posted and I want to thank Julie over at Fabulous Blogging for putting me up there! Here’s the link to see for yourself!
I realized recently that I had not made lasagna in awhile. I enjoy making this kind because it has got some healthy veggies but still has meat, sauce and cheesy goodness which makes the men in my house happy!
Today the one month prison sentence for Stacey Rambold ended in Montana. For those who are unaware of who this man is, he is a predator (although many still refer to him as a teacher) who raped his student Cherice Moralez, who was fourteen years old. Rambold has admitted to his crime but when he faced sentencing, the judge gave him thirty-one days in jail. Thirty-one days. For raping a fourteen year old girl. The reason that was given for such a lenient sentence according to Judge G. Todd Baugh, she “seemed older than her chronological age” and she was “as much in control of the situation.” Suffice to say, his comments fueled a firestorm and many are calling for a harsher sentence and the resignation of the judge, which is much deserved. Cherice never saw any of this unfold because due to the constant harassment from schoolmates and the town for reporting her teacher, she committed suicide at seventeen years old before the trial started.
Today is the 20th anniversary that Boy Meets World premiered on ABC. I was eight years old when Cory Matthews and his lessons about life were introduced to me and I have to say that I wish more shows were like this. Maybe it was because I was a total ’90’s kid and I’m just really reminiscing about my childhood but I was a huge fan of this show. Especially now looking at the shows of today and what our children are watching. I can’t imagine I will ever see Danielle Fishel twerking on a man twice her age. I sound like a cranky old lady whenever I talk about the shows geared toward teens today (“When I was your age we had real television!”-that is a phrase I have actually uttered to my cousin on occasion), but seriously, I do wish there were more shows like this geared toward the younger generation. The show always brings up a furor of bright-eyed excitement whenever it is mentioned to people my age. Considering it was never a huge ratings plug or an award show dominating powerhouse, it was still one of the most beloved shows of the 1990’s.
We all have those moments as mothers. Those moments that make us look at the clock and wonder “Is drinking at 10 am really a bad thing?” Cloudy, with a Chance of Wine answers that age old question with some absolutely hysterical stories. Dani is a stay-at-home mom and by the tales she tells…..well I would be drunk way before her. Do you want to hear some priceless mom moments or hear about why you don’t sit on public toilets, then this is your motherland. Come home, have a drink and don’t feel so bad because we are all doing the same thing and probably worse than you!
Seriously though, if you don’t pop over and check this site out you are missing out! She’s great!
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