Same Brain

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My husband and I at the same time ordered the same books on Amazon! Who does that? We not only finish each other’s sentences but without even realizing it we do and say so many things the same at the same time. That’s not creepy, it is connection. Find that one human you can connect…… Continue reading Same Brain

Day 118

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Being a human #118 Not everyone you love will love you in return. Just accept that as truth and let it go. When other humans do love you for real, it’s the best happiness you can experience.

Day 115

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Being a human #115 Humans are allowed to expect the fellow humans in their lives, homes and families to do what what is right. Humans are allowed to place expectations on the members of their household. Humans are allowed to be grumpy when those other humans do not do as they are expected. Today, I…… Continue reading Day 115

Day 107

Being a human #107 Protect and provide for the littles. Yours, mine, ours, someone’s kid….makes no difference. Couples make this mistake of putting themselves or their significant other’s needs before the littles. You and your partner are a team. A unit. You are not “me and they”. You are “we”. It is that “we” who…… Continue reading Day 107

Day 100

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Your disposition is a personal choice. When you wake up feeling bad, you can choose to push that attitude onto others or you can choose to be happy. You can decide to be in a better mood or hang on to that bad one all day. If someone bumps into you by mistake, you can…… Continue reading Day 100

Day 86

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Today we had a No Screen Day. It was challenging and fun. We went to a park and played, had a picnic lunch, and went to a bookstore. When we got home we read and napped. I found that I was the one who missed my screen. The kids didn’t even ask until we were…… Continue reading Day 86

Day 51

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I laughed way to hard about this quote. “I thought raising teenagers would be like those goofy old Brady Bunch episodes about curfews, acne and dating. It’s not. It’s more like Survivor meets Dateline – hang in there and don’t murder anyone.” I wish I knew who wrote it. I would laugh and cry with…… Continue reading Day 51