I'm a people watcher. I always have been, and I absolutely love it. You can learn so much about people by just sitting back and watching them, how they interact, their mannerisms, etc. Continue
In a non-stalker way, thank you. I have no restraining orders... yet.
I took the kids to the pool last night, and while they enjoyed the pool fun, I sat on the sidelines with a book and relaxed. I quickly found that the book was a decoy for the people watching that was about to go down. There…
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Saturday November 13, 2010
I miss you. I think you and I must get reacquainted this week during my “mental health” vacation. It has been an awful week and I need you more than ever. I need the protection of your fleeciness. I need for you to expand with me as I gorge myself on too many baked goods. I need you to mask any potential body odor in case I choose not to shower.
Most of all, I need you to… Continue
Added by Kimberly on November 22, 2010 at 6:51pm —
On this truly lazy Sunday (I am still in my pajamas), I am reflecting on my week and trying to put it into perspective. There have been a lot of stressful things that have happened, where at times, I have not felt thankful for anything. I have found myself upset, defeated, frustrated, and alone. I wondered all week what I was going to write today. This is a far cry from last week when I had a million things I was thankful for.
Added by Kelley Tenny on November 21, 2010 at 2:20pm —
I have the chance to write this post in the blessed silence of an early Sunday morning. I have a good friend at work who used to describe these morning too me, explaining that she used to tip-toe downstairs at 5 a.m. to enjoy a quiet cup of coffee before work, using every muscle possible to control her movements so that she doesn't make a sound. For she knew that even the slighest creak would wake a child, husband, dog, which would then wake another,… Continue
Added by Kelley Tenny on November 14, 2010 at 11:02am —
I have decided for the month of November and in the spirit of Thanksgiving I was going to spend my lazy Sundays reflecting on all the things I can be thankful for. It is sad that I actually have to set time aside and force myself to be thankful but I guess that's life sometimes. I do know I get bogged down with things that are wrong and that I want to fix so I think it is important for me to remember that there are plenty of things in my life that are RIGHT. Who knows, maybe it will become a… Continue
Added by Kelley Tenny on November 7, 2010 at 7:17pm —
I get distracted easily. I have never been diagnosed with any type of attention disorder but I know I definitely get distracted easily.
This is not a good character trait to have, especially when you are
traveling in a foreign country and go do some sight seeing on your own. I have never really had a very good sense of
direction and my husband can testify to the fact that I am a…
Added by Tami Kellerman on October 4, 2010 at 3:42pm —
I think it's safe to say that July is just not my month for blogging! I mean, if you think about it, I think this month is probably THE month that you just don't want to do anything but get your "chores" over with and go outside and play. With the temperatures in NJ being in the 90-100degree range for most of the month, I've wanted to do nothing more than go swimming. I'm definitely not a water bug by default and this month has pretty much turned me into one! I have a ton of stuff to catch up… Continue
Added by Maryanne V. on July 27, 2010 at 1:52pm —
Admittedly, I wasn't intending on posting today. However, since this is my first Hump Day on my blog, I figured I would give you all a little something. I don't care who you are or what you do, there is something so blessed about a Wednesday. I always feel so accomplished and perky at the end of Hump Day and and just knowing I've made it one day closer to the weekend makes me feel... inspired. I love Wednesdays because of this and I've often found that I actually get more done on a Wednesday… Continue
Added by Maryanne V. on June 9, 2010 at 9:36pm —
My oldest child, & only son, is about to turn twelve. That “lazy”, apathetic thing is starting to set in, particularly around the house. As the hormone levels rise, so too, does my annoyance, & I find myself feeling rather pissy about the situation. Now, I’m an intelligent woman, & I’m well aware that tweens & teens are a whole new breed of jackass….just ask my… Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on April 29, 2010 at 12:40pm —