“I’ve looked on many women with lust. I’ve committed adultery in my heart many times. God knows I will do this and forgives me.” Freakin’ Jimmy Carter, man, he lays it out there.
Okay, so I’ve had this fixation on Gavin DeGraw who’s a singer/pianist no one seems to’ve heard of. I decided it was time to Take Action in order not to commit adultery in my heart. Henry and I have been together 13 years. Something … Keep Reading!!!
“White privilege” – refers to the benefits of access to resources, social rewards, and the power to shape the norms and values of society that whites receive. Consciously or unconsciously. You are born into it and there is nothing you can do to get rid of it.
White privilege will come up nine times out of ten, if you stay around long enough to see a conversation about race go down on the internet, more specifically in … Keep Reading!!!
I shared my most embarrassing moment on here awhile back. We had asked others in our Facebook group to share their most embarrassing moments, and needless to say, the responses left us with tears rolling down our faces we were laughing so hard.
One of our reader responses was so funny we asked if we could share on this blog, and lucky for you, she said yes!
So here is Heather Greenwood’s most embarrassing moment:
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After an extremely awful one
Before I found out I was pregnant, I had no real interest in any of the parenting culture or ideas, including breastfeeding. I read the Time Magazine cover with Jamie Grumet in sort of a combination of mocking and detachment. When I found out I was pregnant, I read the basics of parenting, but that Time article kept sticking in my head, so I Googled it, and was transported into a completely different parenting structure.
One of my first decisions … Keep Reading!!!
My four year-old loves to investigate things. This means he is very happy to spill stuff, open cupboards, and search the house for anything he wants to learn about. This also means that sometimes he makes decisions that are a bit perplexing like spilling glue all over the table to see what it feels like or breaking a marker and … Keep Reading!!!
I, too, am not the babysitter.
Most teenagers aspire to look older. After all, there are advantages to looking older at that point in life. Then, sometime in their 20s or 30s, many young adults begin to purposely reverse the signs of aging. I have yet to reach that point.
Ageism is a form of discrimination I have encountered throughout most of my adult life. From being asked what grade I was in by another teacher at a conference (she … Keep Reading!!!