There's still time to sign up for free summer bowling!
We just recently watched the original Jumanji, so I'm excited for this! I thought it was coming out this summer, but it says Christmas.
In addition to the video game part, I like the other twist.
This is the closest Pinterest has ever gotten with these kind of notifications. Usually they are crazy topics that I care nothing about.
Now if they'd just give the ability to rearrange pins within a board, we'd be 💯
If you need me, I'll be over here reading Shakespeare, eating spinach salads, and drinking Baybreezes. #IWish
How many nights a week do you cook at home? No judgement; I'm genuinely curious.
Love this. You've got this, mom. With or without the yogurt.
Matthew Swanson and Robbi Behr books are among my favorite, and Everywhere, Wonder does not fall short of that expectation.
While it's listed as a children's book, it can be enjoyed by readers of all ages. Its pages are filled with, well, wonder. There are philosophical musings (think "if a tree falls in the forest...") presented without the least bit of pretension. There are magical realizations that are grounded in reality. There are everyday happenings posed in wondrous ways.
This is one time that it's ok to judge a book by its cover. You'll love Everywhere, Wonder for the way it looks as much as the way it sounds (the glory of a Swanson/Behr book).
Everywhere, Wonder was written by Matthew Swanson, illustrated by Robbi Behr, published by Macmillan Imprint February 2017
Ya' know when you have a perfectly coordinated plan, but someone else insists on doing it their way, but their way-- as predicted-- turns out to be a total failure, but you can't even feel vindicated or smug about it because it's such a mess and you really just wanted it to work out for the common good?
Every time I wear bracelets to work
I love a good gif as much as the next guy (also clearly love alliteration), but I feel like this is gonna get old, fast.
Huge full rainbow on a purple sky 🌈 It appeared and disappeared in less than 60 seconds!
(Cliche, I know, but so pretty! The photos don't even do it justice.)
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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