Moms: More precious than rubes
On one of my surveys I asked the question below to the mothers and this is some of the advice they gave me.
If you could go back in time to before you were a mother, what advice would you give yourself about being a mom (or life in general)?
- I would tell myself to try not be in such a hurry all of the time. I remember rushing my kids around all the time in order to meet my obligations. We would have stopped and laughed more.
- Enjoy EVERY moment. The times you cried will be as important as the times you laughed. Protect their innocence as long as you can.
- Adapt! Adapt! Adapt!
- Take care of yourself too. For me since I'm been single most of my life: try harder to find a husband.
An open letter from the mother of the first Navy Seal killed in Iraq to General Martin Dempsey
- “The city itself is not symbolic in any way”? Oh, really? Are you willing to meet with me and with the families who have lost a son, daughter, husband, wife, father, mother, aunt, uncle, grandson, or teammate?"
Mom eats three 72-ounce steaks in 20 minutes
- The 120-pound woman set another competitive eating record after she wolfed down three 72-ounce steak dinners in 20 minutes at The Big Texan restaurant in Amarillo, Texas, the Amarillo Globe-News reported.
Trayvon Martin’s mom: ‘I didn’t sign up for this’
- “There’s something you can do,” Fulton said. “When you are upset about a story, a case, a tragedy that’s going on, I will challenge you to connect with one of those organizations.” She said registering to vote, and voting in small, local elections, can make a big impact when it comes to societal issues.
Visiting empty desk of S. Korea ferry victim helps mom cope
- Still, she wants to improve safety for her younger son and her future grandchildren. Her husband joins other relatives of the victims in a square in central Seoul to pressure the government to hold those responsible for the disaster accountable.
Film: The Color Purple
Novel: Anywhere But Here
Television in 2014
During the Great Depression, the ordinary house wife could afford to live to the extent of extravagance displayed in this magazine. Vogue, today, is know primarily as a high end women's fashion magazine, but in the 1930's vogue included homemaking tips, person of interest articles, and male fashion tips. The focus of this magazine in the 1903's was to give tips to women on fashion, homemaking, and their personal life as if there was always room for enhancement and improvement.