We need more parents like this! Good for her! A little humiliation goes a long way... I bet the girls wont do that again. An Alabama mother is gaining attention this week for penning a viral note on Facebook after she learned of the “rude, disrespectful and awful behavior” her girls exhibited at a local … Continue reading After Mother Learned of Kids’ ‘Rude’ & ‘Awful’ Behavior, She Taught Them Lesson They’ll Never Forget | TheBlaze.com
Perfect! If gym teachers received pennies for every time a student gave them an excuse to get out of gym class, they would be millionaires. Eleven-year-old Olivia McEvoy is one of those students. Her mother, Sam, explained to The Mirror: “She has tried every trick in the book to get out of PE. In the run up to … Continue reading Daughter Finally Gets a Note from Mom to Skip PE. But Joke’s On Her When She Finds Out What It Says.
It has been sometime between postings... No real good reason, it just seems a shift has taken place, the need to write, to post to my blog has slowed down. I often think about posting, but never do it, but today I decided to give it a go. The funny thing is, I have no … Continue reading The Table of Memories
A friend of mine was texting me the other night with issues she was having with her daughter, Mothers Day had come and passed and all she received from her daughter was a text stating Happy Mothers Day. Shallow and cold, I will admit, but not unexpected. The relationship between them has always been a … Continue reading Mother, Daughter and John 15:13
I was born and raised in a home that thought respect was a good thing, that children showed respect to their elders, at all times, regardless of what the child thought of them. I was raised in a home where manners was a requirement to eat at the dinner table, for everyone, guest included. I … Continue reading I was Raised in a Home…
But Jesus said to them: Suffer the little children, and forbid them not to come to me: for the kingdom of heaven is for such. Mathew 19:14 (Douay-Rheims Bible) Yesterday was a sad day in Detroit, Michigan and Chardon, Ohio. (Select the city to read the stories) Our youth, our children have become murderers. Nothing … Continue reading Suffer the Children
First Point I, like many, was sadden to hear about Whitney Houston's death. Death, of anyone, is always a tragic and sad moment, Life that has ended always leaves someone sad, even the murder has loved ones. Yes, I am a child of the 80’s, I graduated in ‘84, so the soundtrack to my teenage … Continue reading Whitney and the 4 points
Hate him or love him, this is a great discussion… This is a conversation we, as a community, as a nation, as adults, need to have more often. This should be our number 1 concern. Want to know what tomorrow will be like, look at our youth… I hope you enjoy… Beck Asks Panel: … Continue reading How Do You Teach People Values When They Are Raised in a Secular World?
The death of 15-year-old Jaime Gonzalez has shaken this neighborhood along the U.S.-Mexico border, where parents already burdened by economic woes and street gangs are now faced with explaining the tragedy to their children. Making it especially hard: It remains unclear to his parents and investigators why Jaime — a drum major who danced in … Continue reading Questions of Force and Faith
It has been sometime between blog posting, it's not that I haven't wanted to sit down and post, I have. In fact several times I have sat down to do just that, write a blog and post it. Yet when I sat own it seemed I had nothing to say. So I would sit there for … Continue reading The Lost week