Twists, Turns & a Big Ball of Tangled Yarn by Susan Shifay Cheung


I’ve spent more than a few days unraveling a tangled ball of yarn. My kids said the yarn looked like a bowl of spaghetti or worms. Yum, you can decide the choice of image. In all seriousness, close friends and family would say that this would be a challenging task for me. I fully admit one of my failings is impatience. It’s not for nothing my husband teases me about wanting things now, along with a foot stomp for good measure. Faced with a tangled mess, my chattering mind cussed loudly. Of course I didn’t have the time to unravel…

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4 Gratitude Lessons I Learned From The Weekly Laundry by Terre Grable


Not every mother cooks. Not every mother cleans. Not every mother drives her children to school. Not every mother is married. Not every mother is single. Not every mother works. Not every mother stays home. However, with the exception of a few, there is one thing every mother has: Laundry. Some may choose to do it all in one day, while others choose to do it every day. Some may choose to iron, while others choose, my personal favorite alternative, those magical words – “wrinkle free.” Laundry is the one household chore that makes me want to throw my hands…

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