My daughter and over a dozen of her friends sat in our basement Friday watching John Hughes movies (specifically Pretty in Pink and The Breakfast Club). They referred to this event as “Oldies Night.”
What do you get when you add one dog to a teeny tiny back yard filled with layer upon layer of snow during an unrelenting winter? Ask my son. I sent him out to poop scoop from the recent big melt. He will never be the same.
Cheerio announced on Sunday that she would be in possession of all of our phones by day’s end.
Direct quote: I’m good at stealing things.
She is also the one who said, while watching the beginning of the Oscars, “Why don’t they just say: I always knew I was better than all of you and now I have the trophy to prove it.”
We may see that one doing stand-up someday.
If you haven’t watched this yet, do it. It will make you smile.
I love Cooper.
If you haven’t read this article yet, do it. I found this story about the journey to communication between a boy (now a man) with autism and his family to be both inspiring and enlightening. One of the benefits of sharing our stories to offer unique perspectives to all who read/hear them. This story gave me a new understanding into a world that is mostly unfamiliar to me. I will carry that understanding with me now. It will make me a better, more empathetic human. What a gift.