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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, maybe better than Christmas and holidays combined; for parents, at least! Oh yes, that fateful time is slowly but surely creeping up on us…Back to School! But it doesn’t have to be all tears and tantrums, because some of this season’s newest gadgets will have students skipping out the front door for the 7:30AM bus (Hey, you can dream right?). For students
Let me start by saying, I’m not going to tell you now is the time to prune back the bushes or plant bulbs in the flower beds. One, I’m really not sure when exactly those two things are supposed to be done, and two, and most importantly, this time of year marks the end of that free-feeling summer lifestyle. Even though most of us still have to work all summer,
My oldest son starts Kindergarten in three weeks, and if you’ve been around young kids this summer, you know that mealtime is a bit more, well, flexible. Though it’s still a few weeks away, I’ve been trying to get back into the school-year groove. What this means, for me, is no more ice cream for breakfast or goldfish crackers as a snack! While the drive-thru is acceptable (though not recommended)
As kids, our evenings were spent outside (unless the street lights were on), and we weren’t on cell phones; we were playing Red Rover or Pogs. With every fun outdoor activity came the fun of hearing the ice cream man, or heading to the closest food stand with as much change as we could gather. Some of the candy we loved is still available now, and still brings back sweet
We are, officially, entering the dog days of summer. I’m talking triple digits with upwards of 60% humidity … you know, the kind of weather where your clothes stick to you five seconds after you step outside? When it gets like this the absolute LAST thing I want to do is drink hot coffee for my morning jolt. I started out, like a lot of us, hitting up the local