I always keep my purse with me whenever I go shopping. I don’t see any reason to have my husband watch it. I also know that, if I did ask him to watch it, he’d watch it like a hawk.
Vice versa as well. I once dated one of my older brother’s friends, and he dated my best friend for a while. I also became good “phone friends” with one of his girlfriends. Whenever she’d call and if he wasn’t home, she & I would chat and chat. One time she called to invite him to an impromptu party she was having. He wasn’t home. She invited ME! Unfortunately, I was only about 13, and I was babysitting my younger brother. She DID get some of the guys there to talk to me on the phone; they all thought, because of my voice & speech, that I was closer to their ages (about 16 or 17). Did wonders to my self-esteem, let me tell you.
He’s talking to the kids; of course he’d call her “mom”. When I’m talking to my daughters, I refer to my husband as “dad”, and vice versa. My parents did the same.
On the other side, my husband’s father died before the girls were born, and the further my husband’s mother stays away…the better.
Our church classrooms still have chalkboards.
I actually enjoyed diagramming sentences. I know my daughters didn’t have to diagram sentences (they’re currently in 8th and 10th grades) but they still learned cursive.
My parents have 13 grandchildren. My daughters were the only ones who spent the occasional weekend with them. Sadly, they can’t anymore: my mom died and my dad lives in an assisted living home.
Not the K-Tels I bought. I have over a dozen (I have over 500 albums overall) and every single one of this is “Original hits, original stars” and sound like it. I loved getting K-Tels back in the ’70s (one Christmas both my parents & the family I babysat for gave me the same one: “Hit Machine”). I know that there is another company, more recently. I mistakenly bought a couple of their CDs and lived to regret it.
But…why is Kansas “Kan-SASS” and Arkansas not “Arkan-SASS”?
My daughters & I like to kick up the leaves that are on our walkway. We usually kick them at each other. We have a lot of fun doing it.