Let me ‘splain somethin’ to you. (In Southern vernacular, that means “explain something”) When someone decides they do not like you, that is it. Do not waste your time and/or energy trying to change the person’s mind. It is pointless and futile. Besides, you end up making a fool of yourself trying. Maybe it was … Continue reading Honey, When Someone Does Not Like You, You Ain’t Gonna Change That
As we have established, I grew up in the South and I am an only child. As a kid, I had countless hours that I had to occupy by myself. We did not have video games (at home), access to a computer, cell phones, ipads or any electronic devices that now absorb most of the … Continue reading Do Kids Have Time to “Day Dream” or “Free Play” Anymore?
Growing up in the South, we learned to drive at a very early age. It could be a tractor, a riding lawn mower or an old pick up truck that has not been “street legal” since prohibition. Street legal is a loose term where I come from, though. Do you remember how exciting it was … Continue reading Learning to Drive a Car in the South
Snow was invented by Northerners for the sole purpose of making fun of and ticking off Southerners. Northerners, don’t try to lie, bless your heart. Ok, maybe that is not entirely true. Northerners, please do not take offense at my suggestion, but I have caught many of my Northern friends laughing at me about the … Continue reading Snow is Evil