Pink recently recovered from a five-day stint with the flu. And, since uptight germophobes don’t want to be around a vomiting, coughing kid with a fever, we were stuck in our house, side by side (if not butt to lap) for hours—no, days—on end. I knew she had finally turned a corner when she woke […]
Well, the sugar highs have been high, and the sugar low? Well, I’m pretty sure it hit at 3:30pm today when it started getting dark. (Oh, speaking of dark, I think there’s one of those chocolates calling my name, so I’m going to have to make this quick.)
When I started 3rd grade, I’m pretty sure the only requirement my teacher had for parents was to ensure that their smock-dressed students had enough chalk to do their daily lessons. Ok, maybe it was #2 lead. But still, things were so very different back in the olden days.
The following post was highlighted last week on Dot Complicated. As my Facebook followers pointed out, there are many positive reasons to share online, and I couldn’t agree more. But this is a tongue-in-cheek look at the effect all this social sharing *could* be having on some of us. As in me.
The following post was highlighted this week on Dot Complicated. As a featured contributor, I’ll be writing regularly about technology and the role in plays in my world — for better or worse. Check out other articles that include stories and tips for managing all the tech in your life at Dot Complicated. Commuting. All-hands […]