Winnie the Pooh
June 15-23, 2013 (weekends)
Peace Center Gunter Theatre
For tickets, call (864) 467-3000
You have probably played this game on your phone before or your friends have been talking about it...well, I wanted to get in on the action and see if I could stump you!
Everyday, right before you head to your lunch break, check my blog for a new game. I'll post one around 11:45 every work day and I'll give you the answer later in the afternoon. Cool? Cool...let's do it!
Here are the pics.
Are you kidding me? When did parents STOP being parents? Ok...hold on, gotta slip off my shoes so I can get on my soapbox.
You can have a great relationship with your kids without being their "friend". You don't need and you shouldn't even TRY to make your child happy 100 percent of the time. I know that sounds odd, but if your child is happy with you all the time, I don't think you are doing right by them as a parent. You may disagree with me, and that is fine, this is just my opinion and the way I raise my kids. They know I love them unconditionally but I can't just sign off on serving up alcohol before they are old enough OR this...
Most teens wouldn't dream of “hooking up” with their boyfriend or girlfriend under their parents’ watchful eye, and you would think most parents wouldn't want to see, hear or condone that behavior under their roof. But a recent article in the New York Times says that might be a dated style of parenting. Apparently, it’s becoming common for progressive parents to allow their kids to have their boyfriend or girlfriend spend the night!
These approved “sleepovers” are supposedly more about parental control than trying to score cool points with the kids. These parents believe that by supplying a safe environment, their kids are less likely to engage in risky behavior outside the home. But for most of us who grew up hiding our sex lives from our parents, it’s just too weird!