Cupcakes. Who doesn’t love cupcakes? 🙂
Cupcakes. Who doesn’t love cupcakes? 🙂
Obi-Wan Kenobi has the same personality as I do. I’m only slightly disappointed that it’s not Yoda. 🙂
Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love getting my kids dressed up. Since they are old enough to decide, it has been interesting to see what costumes they choose.
For example, my oldest daughter wanted to be a zombie masquerade Barbie. At the last minute, she switched to masked murderer. In the end, she did not wear a costume at all. Since she didn’t wear her mask, I wore it during trick or treating.
Time really seems to fly. It seems like it wasn’t that long ago that my oldest kid was dressing up like unicorns and princesses. She was also a witch for two or three years in a row. She’s growing up and trick or treating is not as cool. I will miss her dressing up. Maybe in a few years it will be cool again.
The town of Port Clinton is celebrating Christmas early this year. The community has come together to help 13 year old Devin Kohlman celebrate Christmas with his family. Devin, who has a rare form of brain cancer, has learned that the chemotherapy treatments are not working. His family has brought him home to see his family and friends.
Today, arrangements have been made for it to snow just for Devin.
I have included some links with the more details of the story. It would also be great if everyone who reads this could send a Christmas card to Devin. The photo has the address.
Link about snow for Devin: http://www.13abc.com/story/23830391/snow-in-port-clinton-for-devin-kohlman#.UnE5VnfpFFM.facebook
“In your experience in life, does bread always fall on the buttered side?”
There are some days when the bread falls on the buttered side. It seems like those are the day that everything goes wrong anyway. So it’s not as much of a shock. I know that I have thought “Of course, the bread falls on the buttered side. Why wouldn’t it?”
Other days you might catch the bread before it hits the floor. Like anything else, the situation depends on your attitude. How are you going to deal with the mess? Are you going to let it affect your day or let it roll off of your shoulders?
Hopefully we will realize that the buttery mess and loss of one piece of bread is something that we can bounce back from fairly quickly.
The discussion at my house has been about whether I should apply for a well-paying, full-time job or keep my part-time job and full-time school schedule. The catch is that I have been trying to get out of my current line of work as a nurse aide and move on to something more creative. I’m also hoping to have a job that is less physically demanding. Someone pointed out this piece of advice to me today: “Pay attention to delays, wrong turns, etc. Every situation that seems like it may be pulling you off course, may actually be your higher self putting you in the right place at the right time.”
It has made me wonder if I have been in the right profession all along. This is my second or third attempt to switch careers. For whatever reason, I remained a nurse aide. If I keep doing creative things on the side, will it be satisfying enough?
So the only thing to do is apply for the well-paying job and see where things go from there. Unless anyone else has words of wisdom.
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