I hope everyone has a safe and Happy Halloween!
Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. Today, I thought I’d write a post about addiction. Now, this isn’t any kind of normal addiction like a drug or alcohol addiction. This addiction is what we call a NETFLIX addiction. It’s hard to tell if a loved one has this addiction so, I thought I’d post some symptoms and that way, you’d be able to help those loved ones who can’t help themselves. So, without further ado, here we go.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you’ve developed carpel tunnel syndrome from operating the remote and you’ve gained ten pounds.
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You might be addicted to Netflix if you can reenact whole scenes from “The Office” with the TV off.
You may be addicted to NETFLIX if you’ve watched “The Tiger King” in its entirety.
You may be addicted to NETFLIX if you believe Dwight Schrute is a real person.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you think a mullet is a current fashion statement.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if moving to the Ozarks and laundering money for the drug cartel is a viable career choice.
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You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you have the sudden urge to buy tigers and open your very own petting zoo.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you want to dress up for Halloween as Joe Exotic.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you want to introduce your neighbor who mows his lawn at seven in the morning wearing his black knee socks to Carol Baskin.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you’re considering cooking meth in an RV in your underwear as a way to make some extra cash.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you end another person’s sentence with “that’s what she said.”
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you believe Michael Scarn Threat Level Midnight is a real movie.
You may be addicted to NETFLIX if you’re considering changing your last name to Heisenberg.
Thanks for stopping by and reading my addiction to NETFLIX post. Do you have any symptoms to add? Leave them in the comments! I’d love to hear from you!
Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. I’m back today with another Slice of Life Post. I’m going on a field trip with my oldest today, so this post is going to be short and sweet. 🙂
Kind of like me! LOL!
Anyway, I thought I’d share my very first Bulletin Board with all of you. I’m actually quite proud of it. I found it on Pinterest and I thought it was quite appropriate for the library. I especially enjoyed creating the illusion of blood spatter on the letters. Check it out!
Perfect for the upcoming holiday, don’t you think? I still have to put up the border, but after that I’m golden. 🙂
I enjoyed working on this, and I’m starting to see that my creative side includes artistic endeavors as well as my writing. It’s fun to discover something new about yourself, and I realize that I’m still learning new things even at my age.
In my opinion, that’s the key to happiness right there. Never stop learning. 🙂
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Hello everyone! I hope all is well with you. I’m back today and I’d like talk about a little something on the personal side. This weekend I took my boys shopping for their Halloween costumes. This is always an adventure!
My oldest found his immediately and they had his size, so he was satisfied very quickly. However, my youngest is a tiny little guy, and we always have trouble finding something that will fit.
This shopping trip was no exception. You see he wanted a “creepy” costume just like his brother’s. Unfortunately, they didn’t have his size. He didn’t panic, yet. He scrutinized the costumes that would fit him, but didn’t like any of them.
By this time, I was anticipating a battle, or a crying fit in the store, so my anxiety level had turned up a notch. He went back to the costume that he liked, but wasn’t his size and started whimpering.
“I want this one.”
I reined in my frustration and said, “Well. That one’s too big.” I pulled it off the rack and inspected the hem. “Maybe, Grandma can hem it so it fits you better.”
Why don’t we go to a different store and see what they have.”
“NO.” He shook his head stubbornly.
“Well, little man. I’m out of options. You need to decide what you want to do.”
By this time, I expected a meltdown. I prepared myself for the dreaded tantrum and envisioned a scenario where I’d have to drag him out of the store, kicking and screaming. Instead, what happened was he again inspected the costumes that were his size and chose one.
Of course, it was the most expensive one on the rack. Groan. Nevertheless, I bought it because that was the one he wanted.
We made it out of the store but on the ride home, he started to cry, claiming he didn’t get the costume he wanted. My heart went out to him; it’s so disappointing when we don’t get exactly what we want.
So, I said to him. “I know, honey. But you didn’t like any of the alternatives that I came up with either.”
It was as if a light bulb went off. He stopped his crying and sniffed. Then when we got home, he enjoyed his costume just as much as his older brother did.
This is one of those “life lesson” moments that we as parents get every once in a while. It’s about making choices and I feel that all kids need to learn this.
Sometimes we don’t get to have the choice we want for whatever reason. So, we have to make the best choice from the options that are available to us and live with it.
My son learned that lesson this weekend and it made me realize that I have to remember that too. I’ve got to make the best decisions I can with the options that are available to me. And not get caught up in the negativity of not having the perfect option. This just makes sense. I say my son learned this lesson this weekend, but I relearned it as well. What a bonus! Two life lessons for the price of one! 😉
Thanks for stopping by and reading my post today! I appreciate your time and if you have any life lessons that you’ve learned from your kids, or vice versa, please share them! I’d love to read about them. 🙂
*******THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW OVER. THE WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY! :)***************
Hello Everyone! Welcome to the Super Spies Halloween Party! We’re giving away a KINDLE FIRE by playing a game called “Bobbing for Books” and here’s how you enter to win!
The first way to enter is by tweeting and Facebook sharing about the event and posting the tweet or share in the comment section below. Each tweet or share counts as one entry. So, the more tweets you do the more entries you have. 🙂
The second way to enter is by purchasing one of the participating authors books and posting the title and confirmation code in a comment below. This purchase counts as two entries, so if a contestant buys two books, they are entered four times in the giveaway. 🙂
The winner will be announced on October 30th. I will send them an e-mail and also post on Facebook and Twitter. 🙂
****Please be aware that the KINDLE FIRE will be gifted from Amazon and sent directly from there. Therefore, if the winner receives a damaged prize, myself and the participating authors are not held liable for any damages. The winner must work with Amazon to get a replacement.
Now let the tweeting and sharing begin! Good luck to all of you! This is going to be a fun party! And please scroll down and check out all the books! There’s something here for everyone! Romance, Young Adult, and even self help! All good clean reads! 🙂
Here are the participating authors books and buylinks and if you don’t see something interesting here stop by their blog and check out their other books! 🙂
“The Super Spies and the Cat Lady Killer”
By: Lisa Orchard
An innocent game of Truth or Dare spins out of control when Sarah Cole discovers the dead body of the Cat Lady and what’s worse? The lead detective believes they’re responsible for the old woman’s death. Sarah realizes it’s up to The Super Spies to snare the Cat Lady Killer…or die trying.. A great Halloween read!
“Hauntings of the Heart”
By Joselyn Vaughn
When lost love shows up on your doorstep, what do you do? Minnie Schultz slams the door in his face. With the help of some paranormal investigators, an Elvis impersonator and a couple of nosey friends, can Minnie and Gordon find the future they were meant to have?
Find more of Joselyn’s books here: http://joselynvaughn.com
By: Kay Springsteen
Love is family…
Love is endless…
Love is timeless…
Love is abiding…
Find more of Kay’s books here: http://kayspringsteen.wordpress.com/
By: J. F. Jenkins
Identical twins Anj and Zes Willam have always been considered odd, even in a world where myth is real. Their magic is powerful and intense, as well as their secrets. None more so than Anj, who has the biggest secret of them all.
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/c/j.f.-jenkins
“Key to Love”
By: Meg Mims
When an artist finds a small metal object – a piece of a key- and uses it in a new collage, will it unlock her future happiness?
By: Mel Comley
The headless body of a wealthy widow is discovered decomposing in Chelling Forest. Detective Inspector Lorne Simpkins and her partner, DS Pete Childs are assigned to the case. A few days later another victim, this time a young girl, is discovered. Who could the killer be and what’s the connection between the two victims?
Find more of Mel’s books here: http://melcomley.blogspot.fr/
“Moonlight on the Palms”
By: Lisa Greer
When professor Astrid Kent’s estranged mother dies, she returns to her childhood home of La Casa De La Luz to set things right. But secrets, murder, and her mother’s ex-husband—Astrid’s former fiance before she fled Texas in shame—threaten to entangle her at every turn, even as another man vies for her heart.
Find more of Lisa’s books here: http://www.lisalgreer.com/
“Prepare to Receive More”
By: Benecia Ponder
A Step-by-Step Guide to Forming Your Prosperity Partnership with God.
“The Trouble with Charlie”
By: Catherine Bennett
Love. Desire. A psycho bent on revenge. But can Charlie Reynolds recognize the most dangerous of the three?
“At What Cost”
By: J. Andersen
When sixteen year old Maggie Reynolds discovers she’s pregnant at the beginning of Junior year, she’s scared to death to tell her parents for fear of what they’ll do. Luckily, her boyfriend suggests another alternative: abortion, but will it really solve all her problems like she hopes it will?
By: Patricia Kiyono
A family finds and embraces its samurai heritage. The Legacy introduces the Tanaka family, whose story begins in The Samurai’s Garden, available beginning November 6 from your favorite ebook distributor!
“The Last Time Keepers”
By: Sharon Ledwith
When Amanda Sault and her four classmates are caught in a major food fight at school, they are given the choice of suspension or yard duty. It was a no-brainer. A two-week crash course in landscaping leads the kids to discover a weathered stone arch buried in an overgrown backyard. Instead of a forgotten lawn ornament, it turns out to be an ancient time portal from the lost continent of Atlantis.
“There your Heart will be Also”
By: Felicia Rogers
The Renaissance Hearts Series – Begin the adventure with Sarra and Cedric.
Find more of Felicia’s books here: http://feliciarogersauthor.weebly.com/
“A Collie Rescue”
By: Lindsay Downs
Former Army Sergeant Sandi Charleston, diagnosed with PTSD and homeless barely survives day to day. By a miracle of fate she meets Taz, a uniquely special collie, who helps turn her life around.
Find more of Lindsay Downs books here: www.murdersandmysteries.wordpress.com
“A New Dream”
By: Elaine Cantrell
Former NFL player Matt McCallum and baker Violet Emerson find a common dream for their lives, but a loose end from Matt’s past returns to jeopardize their future. Will love be enough to save their new dream before it turns into a nightmare?
By: John Warnock
What if you awoke one day and discovered you had ESP? Would you feel blessed? Or would you feel cursed?
Find more of John’s books here: http://www.johnwarnock.info/
“Secrets of Catalpa Hall”
By: Lori Lapekes
Find more of Lori’s books here: http://lorilapekes.com/
“No Job for a Woman”
By: Sherry Gloag
Circumstances demand Julian and Deborah learn to work together and Julian dares to dream that he might gain the love of the only person he’s ever given his heart to.
But will Deborah live long enough to discover that by releasing everything she values, she will gain everything her heart desires?
Find more of Sherry’s books here: http://www.sherrygloag.com/
“Crossing the Deep”
By: Kelly Martin
Sixteen year old Rachel Harker expects the hiking trip in the mountains to be short and painless. Four days later, injured and scared, she just prays to make it home alive.
By Kaitlin Bevins
There are worse things than death, worse people too.
The “talk” was bad enough, but how many teens get told that they’re a goddess? When her mom tells her, Persephone is sure her mother has lost her mind. It isn’t until Boreas, the god of winter, tries to abduct her that she realizes her mother was telling the truth. Hades rescues her, and in order to safely bring Persephone to the Underworld he marks her as his bride. But Boreas will stop at nothing to get Persephone. Despite her growing feelings for Hades, Persephone wants to return to the living realm. Persephone must find a way to defeat Boreas and reclaim her life.
Find more of Kaitlin’s books here: http://kaitlinbevis.com/