Thanksgiving is coming up and as much as I’m looking forward to cooking up a feast for my family, I’m especially excited about the Black Friday shopping. There are so many trends I’ve been eying at Zara, Forever 21, and more. Although many stores mark up their items before adding on a “holiday discount,” some sales are just too good to pass up.
Shein is one of my favorite online stores. Starting Thanksgiving Day, Shein is offering 60% off its entire store, along with a BOGO 99% off deal for some items. Make sure to snag their tops and sweaters for $5-$10!
I want to wish everyone in the U.S. a Happy Thanksgiving! I have been on vacation for the last week and haven’t been posting as much of my original stuff so I thought I’d pop in and say Thank You to all of my blog friends for supporting me and allowing me to be a small part of your life.
As a blogger I understand that no one owes me a view, share or like so when they happen I am grateful. The last 3 years (November 26) have been amazing and I cannot believe the community we’ve built here on WordPress. It has added so much to my life and I love the arguments and conversations. I love the diversity of thought and I appreciate learning about other cultures.
So to all of you I say a huge “THANK YOU!!” Happy Thanksgiving!
As some of you no doubt know (and if not why not!? I’ve blogged about it enough) we’ve just got back from America. Well, not just, but recently enough for me not to have prepared any new blog posts lately – that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it. So here’s one that I did the first time we whizzed off to see Kate’s clan over in Huston back in 2015. As you’ll see there was a different guy in charge back then so I’m safe from abuse by Twitter if Nelly The Elephant doesn’t like this blog.
Pardon – oh, Nelly The Elephant? Trump, Trump, Trump. Really, don’t you pay attention to anything I write? I might as well delete all my previous blogs right now!
Anyway, as I was saying – obviously this time things went according to plan (yeah right, you know me too well!) but first…
Originally posted on Karen's World: I love this event, shame it is not in the summer though as it’s always a struggle going out on cold winter nights. They have outdone themselves this year with so many great shows,…
“Who is going to guard us?” This is deer hunting weekend in Wisconsin. Our oldest daughter and my husband go hunting and my role is to babysit. The hunters were going out the door and the 4 and 8-year-old were up and playing. I was still getting dressed for the day. My sister and our dog were still asleep. The grandkids were playing in the front room and asked their mom as she was heading out the door “Who is going to guard us?”
Words matter. Maybe a 4 and 8-year-old need guarding or a referee rather than a babysitter! I remember asking one of the about their “Child care” and their response was “We do to Day care. We are cared for during the day while mom and dad are at work.” Words matter. One must be precise when you are talking to children. They are concrete…
Good Monday morning, friends! Take a few seconds to look at this short clip. Did it make you smile a little? Which one are you — the alert pup or the sleepy one? I bet you already know which one I am.
In our house, I’m the first one up every day. By the time my husband wakes up, I’ve been up for a couple hours talking to the Lord, writing, drinking coffee, hydrating, and eating breakfast. The second I hear him moving around upstairs, I have to contain my excitement. Part of me wants to dart upstairs to share everything that I’ve been thinking about while he slept, but I know that wouldn’t be fair. All he can muster in the wee hours are a hug and a kiss. I’ll take that though, but it’s so hard to be still.
Originally posted on The Wise Explorer: Good day explorers, today I am making a post a little different, a post to discourage future travelers to take photos next to tigers. Since 2005, the organization Care for the Wild International opened…