So many orange barrels, yet so little construction actually happening. Seriously, miles and miles of barrels closing off driving lanes way before the actual site of any work being done. WHY??
Sharing a few more tips to prepare new students for college. The first step in our youngest son's journey toward his next step -- new student orientation at Central Michigan University. We checked this off the list this week. Attending the day-long event with Ryan allowed me to see things from the other side of... Continue Reading →
The feeling of not being so rushed. I did not recognize this as part of empty-nesting. Surprisingly, a slower pace takes getting used to.
The end of another hockey season. Not just any season ... the final season. One step closer to an empty nest.
Graduation party done. Commencements finished. Now what ... ? What's next is up to me. Here are a few things on my list of things I like to do.
I never imagined myself teaching. Little did I know how much I would love the opportunity and honor it is to positively impact the lives of so many young people. Here are 5 lessons teaching has taught me so far.
The polar vortex, along with record-breaking frigid temperatures have resulted in 10 snow days in the past two weeks. Stir crazy and cabin fever don't begin to describe the current situation. Being homebound does have its advantages though. The time indoors has allowed me to appreciate some of the true comforts of home.
I just placed my very first order for groceries through Shipt. Not sure why it's taken me so long to jump on board. It definitely hasn't taken me any time to get hooked. Here's why ...