Keeping up with the Elf on the Shelf is hard enough before Christmas. But how many of us forget to take him down and send him back to Santa and the elves? One week after Christmas and our poor “Tiddlywinks” has been left hanging. See what happens when our Elf on the Shelf gets fed up and takes matters into his own hands!
I don’t know one person who thinks it’s okay for Rolling Stone to have featured that sad excuse for a human being on its cover. As I said this morning On Air with Ryan Seacrest, if Rolling Stone felt it necessary to show him (yes, I refuse to even give him power by mentioning him by name) on the cover, why not show him as the coward he is, hiding [read more]
This question came in from a reader (we’ll call her Lisa). As I was picking up my son recently from a friend’s birthday party, his mom stopped me and kindly invited me to her church group meeting sometime. I thanked her and kind of brushed it off and left with my son. When I ran into her again a short time after, she quickly crossed the room to ask if [read more]
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