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Seriously? SERIOUSLY?!?!

I’m not exactly known for being a particularly optimistic person. Usually I end up seeing the negative side of things before I gradually, and ever so slowly, begin to recognize the more positive side. 863 more words

Tv

So Much, So Fast

Hmmmmmmm, how interesting! I clicked on the suspicious pencil-looking icon at the top of my WordPress Reader site and vwala!  There appeared the “new editor” allowing me to type a post that I had no idea I was going to write….until this very moment.   1,234 more words

Motherhood

Teen Cyber-life, Risky Business and Parent's Role


At the Cincinnati Pediatric Mental Health Conference held earlier this month, Stephen J. Smith, Director of Educational Leadership with CBTS delivered a workshop on social media and responsible technology. 751 more words

Mental Health

Caution Slow Children Texting

This comic scares me. Mostly because it is a very reasonable conclusion to draw about our youngest generation.

Not only are our kids going to end up with hunch backs from always looking down at their electronics, but face-to-face social interactions are becoming more and more undervalued. 59 more words

Generation Gap

Good morning text

Normally I would say that regularly checking my phone when I first wake up in the morning falls somewhat short of being a positive habit. But for the last couple of days I’ve been greeted by lovely texts that came in while I was sleeping. 191 more words

Family Life

Return of The Hobbit

Something weird keeps happening, every now and then I’ll get a message from Hobbit Boy, if you don’t know who he is I suggest you read about him… 702 more words

Love & Relationships

I love the mornings.

I hate technology. It’s hard to say that on a website because, well I’m on a laptop on the internet.

You’ve seen it. All over Instagram and Facebook and other places people are talking about the good ol’ days, the 90’s and early 00’s when we kids could grab a stick and play outside with it until the street lights came on and we heard our mothers call us in for dinner. 711 more words