As children, we think we know everything there is to know about our parents. Our parents have always been parents and before they were parents, they were preparing to become parents. As adults, we begin to grapple with the reality that the people who raised us lived full, sometimes unbelievable,
It's October! We're in the last quarter of the year people - make it count! Here's the Top5 finds from the past week. Like and share pretty please with a cherry on top.
PARENTING GIF OF THE WEEK
2. PERFECTLY TIMED PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
3. ABUSIVE GREETING CARDS OF THE WEEK
To keep the NSB presidential theme going, I decided to dedicate this Top5 to tonight's presidential debate (and the election). If you are a fan of either Trump or Clinton (or a hater of either/both), then I guarantee you that one of these will tickle your funny bone. Like if
This Top5 is dedicated to those that lost their lives on 9/11. Hopefully something below can add a smile to your face. Like and share if you liked anything.
VIDEO OF THE WEEK (MUST SEE)
2. WISH OF THE WEEK
3. EXAM QUESTION OF THE WEEK
4. MAILBOX OF THE WEEK
5. OUT OF CONTEXT
I found some good stuff. LOOK BELOW AND THEE SHALL ENJOY!!!
PHOTOSHOP BATTLE OF THE WEEK
2. FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL PICS OF THE WEEK
3. DOG BATH PICS OF THE WEEK
4. TATTOO COVERUPS OF THE WEEK
5. FATHER DRESSING BABY FAILS OF THE WEEK
When Brooke Hawley-Basso collected her daughter from daycare, she
MONDAY. AGAIN. BOO! Here are 5 things I found on the Internet from the past week that I'd like to share with you. Like and share for positive reinforcement!
COOL WEBSITE OF THE WEEK:FALLINGFALLING.com
Much better with volume.
2. NEWSPAPER/MAGAZINE FAILS OF THE WEEK
3. AMAZON REVIEWS OF THE WEEK
4. TWEETS ABOUT WORK
HI THERE! Did you have a nice weekend?! Did you check out my Top5 Internet Finds last week? Well, I got a lot of good feedback (more than one like on Facebook)! If you like or laugh at anything you see below, how about liking and sharing on Facebook/Twitter or
I recently celebrated the one year anniversary of my return to America after seven years living and traveling abroad. While looking back on things, I kept flashing back to the year-long trip around the world I sandwiched between my six years in Korea and my return home. I thought about
One of the last things I did before publishing my book, Stranger in a Stranger Land: My Six Years in Korea, was work on the dedication section, not that the many people who I wanted to thank and acknowledge hadn’t been on my mind the whole time. I guess I