How important is a home to you? I suspect nearly everyone appreciates the comforts of home. Yet, surprisingly, many residences are little more then places to eat and sleep. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for January, 2013
What does home mean to you?
Isn't it funny how what is odd to us is entirely normal to someone else?
What is odd is how people generally think they are the only one right. It’s mildly strange at first. But the more you weigh it up, the more peculiar it seems. Read the rest of this entry »
Fancy a compatibility test between friends?
Never being one for compatibility tests, I have to confess they can be helpful. Read the rest of this entry »
Select a category that's new to expose your mind to fresh ideas.
“To Select A Category: You Can Either Use The Box Below Or Navigate To Your Desired Category And Click”
Thanks to the power of a mouse to select a category: “you can either use the box below or navigate to your desire category and click to your hearts content”. Read the rest of this entry »
Every person is different. But what do you have in common?
Every person is different it’s true. But the big question to consider is: what type of person are you? Read the rest of this entry »
How come some professionals find love such an awkward concept?
How come professionals find love such an awkward concept? A lot of scientists, for example, prefer to classify love as a matter of biology. The idea love is anything other than a matter of genes and procreation gets a seriously dim view. But why? Read the rest of this entry »
What does a unicorn Capricorn relationship bode?
“Yes, hi. I’ll have a unicorn Capricorn relationship, hold the mustard, and a green salad on the side, thanks.” Read the rest of this entry »
No doubt about it: kids are smart.
I love the way kids make up their own words for terms they can’t quite understand. Ruth and I used to write down our own kids’ invented words. But I found plenty more through teaching. Read the rest of this entry »
Want to dedicate a birthday poem to your father who has passed? Here's how.
If you need to produce a birthday poem to a father who has passed on, it’s possible you will be having a mental block about the process (that’s why you are looking here). Yet, fear not. Though it takes a bit more effort, I firmly believe you’ll do better writing something straight from you rather than lifting the comments of others off the Internet. Read the rest of this entry »