Thursday, October 27, 2016

Dour Grapes



Momma told me
There would be Days 
When coffee just won't  cut it


Friday, October 14, 2016

Realizations Enough to Make Changes



Mirror, Mirror like everything else, is a work in progress.  I have read all the "blogging tips to be successful" and much of it makeseems perfect sense.  However, this blog is designed to deal with the ordinary everyday and all us average joes, so that's where "Murphy's Law" comes.  If anything can go wrong, it will!

My focus for the ordinary everyday right now is on body, health,  and mind.  Families, men, women, and children are falling into unhealthy lifestyles as we are all well aware.  Thus, there is a rise of chronic illnesses and related diseases reaching epidemic PROPORTIONS!

Reflect on our foods and drinks.  Reflect on how much time we spend inside rather than outside. Realization is that it is up to us as individuals to make changes.  So, that is why the reflection in the mirror that I have seen lately reflects an image I need to change.

Realization change never comes easy :/  My everyday has a just become extraordinary because I choose to make changes :)

REFLECTIONS THAT LED TO REALIZATIONS

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Sunday, October 9, 2016

REALIZATIONS

Good or bad relationships as a part of your life influence directions you may or may not have gone.  Even dead ends lead somewhere, it is where you go from there that matters.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Kids TOP 10 excuses given NOT to get ready for school








The sound of falling rain and softly singing birds steadily gets louder and louder.  The sounds of the rain shatters my sleep.  I slide over the alarm silencing the graduating granduer of the birds. As I Slip into my slippers and sit up all in one stroke, my eyes adjust accordingly over the shadowy room.  Walking down to the kitchen, I pass the kid's bedroom, silently wishing it wasn't  a school  day.

The smell of coffee filters through the air.  I flip the up the blinds letting in the sunshine.  The brightness brings a smile to start the day.  As I dragged the blanket down, my fingers tickled her feet.  "Happy day!, its  sunny day!"... my hope for a pleasant return greeting met by grunts and groans.

"Good morning, sunshine..." I continued calmly.  Attempts to coax the children's cooperation and commence the day can be exasperating. I dread hearing the excuse after excuse why she can't get up, why she can't go to school, and what drama it is she can't face today.  He just rolls over and resumes his snoring.  After three additional order requests for breakfast desires, he decides to descend his bunk. The softly singing birds and sound of rain alarm tone seem relaxing in comparison.

So,what are the top excuses children complain about getting ready for school?


  1. "I'm tired"
  2. "I don't want to wear that!
  3. "My hair!"
  4. "I have homework"
  5. "Its raining out"
  6. "He doesn't like me!"
  7. "I don't want that for breakfast/lunch"
  8. "Don't rush me"