Gregg asked her what the book had to do with respect when Max clearly had no respect for his father or his father’s profession. The guidance counselor said, and I’m giving you the exact quote, “I’m not willing to discuss the pseudo-homosexual undercurrents of this book.
I am always looking for that one planner that resonates with everything I need it to be, and one that won’t make me work too hard to use it to its fullest potential. I think I’ve found the one.
tar review that said something to the effect that this planner was designed for a middle-class woman who had nothing more to do that check boxes all day. I thought, “Lah! Sounds like my kind of planner!”
I’d like to encourage you, if you can, to put your phone down, put your tablet down, shut your laptop lid, get up from your desk – and go find your kids. Hug them tight, kiss their temples, tell them how much you love them. Let go of the stress of day-to-day life and parenting and reclaim that abundance of joy that you felt when they were first born and all you wanted to do was sit and stare at their faces all day.
Talking to a friend the other day, she mentioned going to her in law’s home for Thanksgiving. She casually said something about how her mother-in-law asked her to bring canned cranberry sauce and napkins to the dinner. She said, “She knows how much I like to cook. This is just a power play on her …
No human being should have to live in fear of treatment from other human beings based on outward appearance. Never ever.