What are these little holes? In the leaves? And… Why does a flying cloud of white dust erupt from the bunch every time you water
Before COVID-19, an entirely different kind of infection had hospitals all over the globe completely spooked. The threat behind that infection is, by one estimate,
“Eat an apple on going to bed and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.” At least, that’s what one Welsh publication advised its
If therapy were vital for you to have a healthy retirement forty years from now, would you still do it? Or do you only do
One of the toughest parts about raising kids is learning how to interpret their natural forms of speech and discourse before they find the words to express themselves that adults understand.
“I’m tired” can mean a million things – from “I’m sleepy because I had nightmares last night” to “Someone hurt my feelings and I’d like to stop playing this game.”
“I don’t want to” might mean just that, but what if it means “I’m afraid I’ll look silly” or “I don’t feel safe here”?
Part of the fun, tinsel-laced, snow-kissed holiday tension during this stretch of the year is determining whether to say “Merry Christmas,” because it reminds you of your childhood and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV, or saying “Happy Holidays,” which has no sentimental value except that it includes the previously excluded.
The reality is, of course, that there are many, many more religious and cultural holidays between Thanksgiving and NYE that don’t necessarily stem from Judeo-Christian traditions.