Halloween dates back to the 8th century when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts during the Celtic festival of Samhain. Celebrated on October 31st, the festival recognized the end of the summer and harvest and the beginning of dark, cold nights. Ghosts of the dead were believed to return on that… [Read More…]
I’m taking a break from Hump Day Haiku this week because I’m working on an application deadline and my big annual meeting for work is this Thursday (and I’m planning it!). I did, however, manage to write my latest post for World Moms Network. It was inspired by Wonder Woman who also happens to be… [Read More…]
As a blogger, it’s always fun to look back at the posts you’ve written throughout the year. It shows me what happened in my life over the past 12 months and how far I’ve come. I’ve done many years in review over the past few years, from the more visual to the more reflective, or simply just… [Read More…]
when life if too much pulled in every direction something has to give #humpdayhaiku As per usual, bonus points for a comment in the form of a haiku (5 – 7 – 5 syllables).
I’m getting cramps in my hand from signing so many permission slips for field trips. It seems they are packing all the field trips into the last few weeks of school. 3 weeks left of school More permission slips to sign Is it summer yet? #humpdayhaiku As per usual, bonus points for a comment in… [Read More…]