I haven't seen my grandsons in two months and nine days, give or take an hour or two.
I miss the goofballs, to say the least.
With no visits currently on the calendar — neither them to my place nor me to theirs — a social media share such as this one that Megan posted yesterday on Facebook is a...
This post sponsored by Hear.com.
It is true that the Internet is the go-to place for the best deals on almost anything you can think of. However, there are some things you should not buy online – a hearing aid is one of them.
The temptation to buy a hearing aid off EBay, Craigslist, or any other online retailer is understandable considering how expensive these devices can be. But, in the end, a cheaper hearing aid from a website may end up costing you more than you had anticipated.
Here are the top five reasons why you should never buy a hearing aid off the Internet:
1 A hearing aid is not one-size-fits-all
Hearing aids need to fit...
Sometimes as adults and definitely as kids, we don't want to believe reality and think if we believe long enough and hard enough that the impossible can come true, that the inevitable bad will turn out to not be inevitable. If we have faith.
The 2015 drama (with a heavy dose of family friendly humor) LITTLE BOY carries the tagline "Believe the Impossible," which makes it pretty darn obvious it's gonna be about belief and faith and hoping for the impossible to become possible.
The little boy of the title is 8-year-old Pepper Flynt Busbee...
I live in Colorado, where majestic mountains are many — and significant bodies of water few and far between. Nearly non-existant, to be honest.
The scarcity of impressive lakes and such in our home state is a big reason why my daughter and I were so enchanted by the sights along California's central coast when we visited together in May. From Cayucos and San Simeon to Cambria...
What in the world did grandmas do before Pinterest? I'd be half the grandma I am — at least in terms of the eats and activities I share with my grandsons — if not for the food and fun pinned and promoted by folks far more crafty then me.
Take for instance the super simple puzzle fun I shared with my dino-loving middle grandson, Mac. Without my stumbling upon a Pinterest pin leading to this post by a clever mama, Mac would have never had the opportunity to see how a few circles, triangles, and squares can be pieced together to create his favorite creature.
Now, I surely could simply say: Check out that post cuz it's perty darn cool. But then I'd have to come up with a post of some other sort to fill this space today. More importantly, though, I'd have no reason to share the photos of Mac making his dinos, photos that prove how Pinterest-worthy this quick, easy, and inexpensive activity actually is.
With that in mind, here are pics of the day Mac and I created the clever, captivating cutouts during my desert visit in April.
What you need:
• 1 sheet of craft foam (green...