We went to a teen’s funeral the other day. It was a gut-wrenching, heart-breaking experience. Whether it’s the first funeral or 20th, each loss of someone you care about can be equally as painful, but there are ways that may help you in dealing with the death of a loved one.
The sun will briefly extinguish it’s light on Monday- an epic solar eclipse that won’t happen in the same area for centuries. Here are a few ideas and safety tips to help you prepare for this solar event.
That first day of school is nearly upon us, and for the uninitiated, it can be a scary and stressful event, especially if your child is entering a new school, but here’s a handy guide of what to expect. Surviving the first day of school just got easier!
Summer’s coming to an end, and the school start looms dangerously close. Here are some tips and tricks to help make a smoother transition into the new school year.
I was doing research for my next post on saltwater fishing when I stumbled across this: According to Florida’s boating regulations, it is mandatory for anyone born in 1988 or later to have a boater safety card. The courses for certification range from $14.95 to $29.95, but for kids 12 to 18, there is a free option available!
Summer’s end is looming near! Here are 12 things you should to prep for the new coming school year!
“Mom, there’s something we missed in Gatlinburg! The Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum.” She proceeded to read the rest of the page aloud about the 20,000 Salt and Pepper shakers housed in a little place in one of our favorite towns in Tennessee. Salt and Pepper Shaker collections? She constantly surprises me. Her nose disappeared again into the book. These days, anytime I see her dive into a book without my prompting is a cause for celebration in our house, or at least an embarrassing mom happy-dance. What was this book that had snagged her attention?
If there is a body of water, there is an alligator. This is Florida. We live with monsters. But knowledge is power and here are 10 things you should know about our Florida alligators to keep your family safe.
With my darling super smart son’s help and guidance and the iMovie app that came with my phone, I recently ventured into the YouTube zone.
After three days of beautiful sunshine and so warm let’s-go-snorkeling weather, I was convinced that winter was behind us, and ready to embrace spring, and then BAM rolled in our mega-storms, bringing a flurry of heavy rains, high winds, lightening and tornadoes into our state, but Floridians are used to the bizarre weather…