#neverforget For those of my readers who don’t live in the United States, this coming weekend is a holiday in America. The last Monday in May, we pause to celebrate those who have died fighting battles and wars for America. It was started in 1865 honoring the slaves who fought in the Civil War. Officially Continue Reading
Open the Door before you start Communicating For those who love to watch HGTV, you will recognize the favorite phrase of “open floor plan”. Everybody seems to want it. They beg for it, whine and complain about walls being in place, and then DEMO DAY comes and walls start coming down. (If you haven’t seen it, Continue Reading
Have some fun and enjoy May 4, 2018, together. Maybe even you can make it a new romantic holiday for your marriage. Happy Star Wars Day to all of you!
There are no calculators for life lessons or in fourth grade I wish there was an easier way to do division. And I mean long division. Like this: 61/256 = 4 r 21 If just the thought of doing those calculations in your head bring you the chills, then you can understand the angst of my Continue Reading
The Sneaky List You Probably Haven’t Realized Yet No one wants to think of themselves as gullible. We all watch the magician do his tricks and try to see the hidden rope or secret chamber. Seeing lies in our marriage, however, is much more difficult. We change them, fluff them up, add some secret wishes and Continue Reading
Spring break is not just for school kids. it can be enjoyed by couples as well. By using some careful planning, you will be able to avoid the spring break crowds (and noisy kids) and enjoy some romantic times together. Biltmore House Located in the mountains of Asheville, NC, the Biltmore House is known as Continue Reading
In just a few days, winter will be over until December. I’m always excited to see the end of winter; the cold nights, slippery ice, frosted covered vehicles, and freezing coldness is never my favorite. However, I have now seen 37 different winters. Some colder than others, but each individually unique. Yes, that is exactly Continue Reading
Times of grief and times of sadness come to us all. Bad days at work. Rough days mothering. Anxious days awaiting results for medical tests, job reports, or even difficult conversations can take their toll on any relationship. If your loved one is going through a difficult time, one often wonders, “What can I do?” Here Continue Reading