Holy heartfelt humanity, Batman…I don’t know if this story made it to your corner of the world, but I have to share what went down in my town today. An adorable 5 year old boy named Miles, courageously battling leukemia, is a huge Batman fan. And so the awesome folks at Make-A-Wish pulled together […]
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It’s that time again…the notebooks and pencils purchased, skirts ironed, sneakers squeaky clean, and a child, still tanned from summer, bursting with excitement for the possibility of a fresh start. It is perhaps the only time of year you will witness your daughter virtually skipping through the autumn tinged air towards a building that […]
Rosa Parks would have been 100 this year. A brave, big-hearted lady, who admits she was just too tired to get up and off a bus, after working a long shift as a seamstress that day back in 1955. Her strength and will to be free enabled all of us to be a little closer […]
Ever notice that “earth” and “heart” have the same letters? They truly are connected, and you can’t have one without the other. I love the message of this video. Let’s take care of the earth and each other. Happy Earth day!
You know you’re in love when you will spend your Saturday doing your fella’s laundry. And you really know you’re in love when you find yourself folding his Yankees shirt. Especially considering how you feel about those damn Yankees. (found this heart of peeling paint on the wall in the laundry room…it’s a sign!) And, […]
~ the heART of a woman ~ (photos and article by Christine Armand aka ~ the daily heART ~ ) So, it’s International Woman’s Day today. My first thought was…hmmmm…a whole day?!?!?!? Wow. Thanks Guys! And then my mind immediately went to Helen Ready. And then I thought…Well, I could bring home the bacon and […]
“Each second we live is a new and unique moment of the universe, a moment that will never be again. And what do we teach our children? We teach them that two and two make four, and that Paris is the capittal of France. When will we also teach them what they are? We should […]
Come save the Momma from the drama! Stretchmarks: Growing Into Motherhood is a play written by four mothers who wanted to creatively express the crazy ride they took on the new Momma train. As motherhood itself often finds you laughing hysterically one minute, crying the next…so too our play runs the gamut. See how these women […]