Have you ever taken an old piece of furniture and transformed it into a beautiful, useful object? It is not fun at the time. Remember inhaling stripping fumes, drying beads of exertion from your forehead, and absorbing blotches of staining fluid?
I suppose, once upon a time, I thought that having balance in your life was close to perfection. Those who achieved it were those who had organization down to a science and lived it day in and day out.
Of all the blessings of the holiday season, one of the greatest is the gift of making family memories and revisiting cherished traditions. The key to making family memories is to make them; don’t just wait for them to happen. Here are a few tips for making memories during the holiday season—and all year long.
When I was younger, I had a different concept on things of life. For instance, my thinking use to be that if you got sick, just go to the doctor and he would have the answer; he would know exactly . . .
As an elementary student, one of my favorite recess activities was to play on the merry-go-round. All the kids would grab one of the iron handles and run for all they were worth. Then, when the merry-go-round was traveling as fast as it could, we would all jump on. If you were sitting close to the outside, you would have to hold on with all your might, because it was easy to get thrown off.