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7 Simple Ways to Personalize Your Apron

  Aprons are an underrated garment. After all, they’re great for everything from cooking in the kitchen to protecting your clothes while painting. Probably the only thing that they can’t fully protect you from is glitter! But we all know that isn’t the apron’s fault—no one is safe from the never-ending spread of those sparkles. […]

Movie Review – The Secret: Dare to Dream

  The COVID-19 has got A LOT of people “down” and feeling like there is no hope of ever getting out from under it. I am one of those people. I used to be a “happy-go-lucky” person. I smiled a lot. I looked forward to a new day. I was always looking forward to the […]

Summer Time Fun with Tom & Jerry – #CampWarnerBros

  Wow! Can you believe it. We’re almost to the end of our virtual camp experience with #CampWarnBros. The past seven weeks have flown by. Hopefully you and your camper(s) have been enjoying the recommended films, as well as all the fun activities I have shared with you over the past few weeks. This week […]

Rebuilding Paradise by Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard now playing at select theaters 

  Anyone who knows me, knows that I love watching movies. My favorite genre is horror, followed by comedies. Another favorite genre is documentaries. Some people find documentaries “boring” or “unentertaining.” Not me! I love documentaries. I think they are a wonderful way to learn about things you might not otherwise learn about. I find […]

3 Ways To Supplement The Development Of Your Child’s English Language From an Early Age

  The global importance of English Language is too profound to be neglected. An increasing amount of parents, wherever they are situated in the world aspire to teach their children English in their performative years. In a world where English has established its dominance as a global medium of professional communication, giving your child a […]

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Top Tips For A Relocation

  In some companies, it is pretty common for some of the more valued and experienced employees to be given a transfer abroad, work in a different branch, or be the international face of the brand. This is a great career opportunity that most people jump for joy at – a whole new life in […]

Movie Review – Day 13: Evil Lives Next Door

If you read my blog on a regular basis, you know that I love horror movies. It’s my favorite movie genre. I have always loved horror movies, even as a young girl. When I learn about new horror movies that are coming out, I am always happy to review them. I’ll admit that most horror […]

Back-to-School with Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing

  It’s back to school time. Some kids in the United States have already returned to school. Most are doing a hybrid form of schooling which includes both online and in person classes. My school district goes back to school on September 8, 2020. They are doing split classes (AM and PM), as well as […]

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  The COVID-19 has got A LOT of people “down” and feeling like there is no hope of ever getting out from under it. I am one of those people. I used to be a “happy-go-lucky” person. I smiled a lot. I looked forward to a new day. I was always looking forward to the […]

  Wow! Can you believe it. We’re almost to the end of our virtual camp experience with #CampWarnBros. The past seven weeks have flown by. Hopefully you and your camper(s) have been enjoying the recommended films, as well as all the fun activities I have shared with you over the past few weeks. This week […]

  Anyone who knows me, knows that I love watching movies. My favorite genre is horror, followed by comedies. Another favorite genre is documentaries. Some people find documentaries “boring” or “unentertaining.” Not me! I love documentaries. I think they are a wonderful way to learn about things you might not otherwise learn about. I find […]

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My Ramblings

    I’m sorry that I haven’t posted much lately. I have a very good excuse… I’m OLD! Well, at least that is what my eyes are telling me. About three weeks ago I couldn’t see the computer screen very well. I honestly didn’t think much of it. I take a medication occasionally, Trazodone, to […]

  Did you know that December 9th is National Believe Day? It’s part of a campaign called the #SantaProject. Children and adults from around the country are declaring that they believe in Santa Claus. The mission of the campaign is to keep the story of Santa alive in our modern age by filling the internet with the […]

  I am a very sentimental person. I have A LOT of wonderful memories from my youth. I have things around my home and in storage that have a lot of great memories attached to them. All I need to do it look at an object and all those wonderful memories come pouring back into […]

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