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May Poetry: Mother’s Wish

All day I think of you. Warm and inviting. Soft in all the right places. Strong where I need you. Most beautiful specimen I’ve ever seen. Every day, you tempt me… Invite me back to your warmth. You don’t judge me. You never talk back. You fulfill my... read more

Simple Ideas for Sprucing Things Up

It’s pretty well-known among my friends that I do not have a particularly green thumb. Generally, I kill all outdoor plants. I have two potted trees that were labeled as “easy care,” and I’ve just about murdered them (I’m trying to fix my... read more

Rubbermaid FreshWorks (Review)

In this house, fresh fruit reigns supreme. My kids would rather eat grapes, strawberries, blueberries, apples, melons than any vegetable out there. This means we buy a lot of fresh fruits and use them up relatively quickly. Sometimes, the store has a particular fruit... read more

Digital Media Academy Online Learning

As an online teacher, I understand the importance and relevance of learning on the Web. My colleagues and I can attest to the fact that a well-written course and program can teach a student exactly what he or she needs to fulfill requirements that are met at the... read more

LEGO Brick Fest Live is coming to Charlotte!

It seems to be inevitable that if you have kids, you’ll have LEGOs. My boys have quickly become fans, and my baby (who just turned 2 — sniff) finds herself immersed in “Yegos” every chance she gets. While they are often a pain in the bottom of... read more

Loving my Tervis Water Bottle

I’m notoriously bad about drinking water. In fact, I’m so bad at it that I’ve recently finished a major bout with kidney stones and kidney problems that, I’m almost positive, stemmed from my lack of hydration. The doctor wanted me to drink more... read more

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