In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “A Moment in Time.” Life is a movie reel of moments in constant motion with new scenes added every second.
How many times can a person read that it’s the end of the year, 365 days have passed, or top 5 this or top 5 that, awards and so on. Everyone has gone mad I tell you. Statistics, numbers, data is the best way to measure your annual successes? Continue reading
Complaining has become a daily ritual for everyone, myself included. Everywhere you go people are complaining about not being able to get a doctors appointment sooner, a coworker, their child’s grades, their spouses laziness, their health, and finances. Nothing and no one is off limits but what if we took that energy and put it to fixing some people’s complaints? Continue reading
Today I had to say goodbye to someone who has been supportive and instrumental with my sons progress. I know I should be happy at least content, but I am feeling anxious and wonder if my sons progress will regress. As a professional in the field I know these feelings are normal I just didn’t think I would be feeling this way. I guess I am allowed to be human sometimes….O.K. enough of that tomorrow is a new day which means new opportunities.
It always amazes me when parents tell me that their child’s teacher has it out for their son or daughter. Continue reading
I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve been asked “how are you going to raise a black boy?” or “don’t you think that your ill equipped to raise a black kid?” Continue reading
He came through the door like his rear was on fire. “Mom, mom I have something to show you.” All I keep thinking is that it’s a 5 day weekend and I really don’t want to have to restrict his privileges. What I really mean is that I don’t want to be punished either. Continue reading
Today’s moms are being compared to moms from the ’50’s and ’60’s. That is unrealistic and absurd because lifestyles today are nothing like they were then. Moms today hold fulltime jobs outside the home. The majority, yes majority of moms today are single moms. Continue reading
The number thirteen has a bad rap. It is the number that comes after twelve and before fourteen, ten plus three, twenty minus seven and so on. There are buildings that actually skip the thirteenth floor, seriously do they think the people on the fourteenth floor are fooled? Continue reading
What can I say about changes except that we all go through them. Learning how to use the potty is a change and beats peeing and pooping on yourself. Continue reading