The great debates of our time are many: Paper versus plastic. Red versus blue. Sheldon versus Leonard.
But, we’ve got plenty of No-Need-To-Debate’s, too. Here are the Top 10 Things We Can All Agree On.
#10. Deodorant – Wear it. Every day. All the time. People who choose to be anti-deodorant-ites should be required to maintain a minimum distance of 30 feet between themselves and any pro-deodorant-ites.
Did you know there are 53 watermelons in that giant, super-sturdy cardboard bin at Costco? Did you know if your 5 year old aims carefully and hits the giant super-sturdy cardboard bin full of watermelons with the corner of the pretty-big, apparently-even-sturdier-than-the-cardboard-bin shopping cart, the giant, super-sturdy cardboard bin will magically split open?
Did you know when the bin splits open 48 of the 53 watermelons will make a run for it?
Either way, the daddy-ing dads, stepdads, uncles, grandpas, brothers, cousins, neighbors, teachers, coaches, and many more do makes a huge difference for the better in the lives of the children they daddy.
Know that all of your efforts for the children in your life are appreciated and world changing, even if they aren’t acknowledged.
Just Because You’re At Graduation Doesn’t Mean You’re Smart!!!
by Gina Valley
I was subjected to unjustifiable torture this weekend.
That’s right, I attended a graduation ceremony.
My nephew, my older sister’s son (she says that I don’t need to point out she’s older. But, I do need to. Because she’s older. Much, much older. And, she always made me be Ken when we played Barbies when I was little.) (Actually,
You know how sometimes you impress your family and friends with your skill and competence?
Yeah, me neither.
Last night a little moth flew straight into my face, landed on my nose, freaked out, and tried to fly away. But, he must have forgotten how he got there (or maybe he just had a poor sense of direction. Not judging here. Just reporting) (Although I am pretty sure he’s male,