This cartoon popped up on the Sandra Boynton Facebook page. So many people enjoyed it, that it’s going to be available on mugs and sweatshirts. I really think that it is perfect for so many people, including me these days.
This explains a lot to those of us who have children.
I go back and forth doing my housework and reading/doing homework. Sometimes, the books and homework win. Sometimes the housework wins. It’s an ongoing battle.
When someone tells you about tough things they are going through, you might want to consider staying away from toxic positivity. It isn’t helpful and there are better things you can say to give support. There is a list below.
As always, think before you speak.
Missing from this list is the books that I have been meaning to read forever. Also, my eReader, a bunch of bookmarks, and books that I received as a gift and might not ever read, are all missing from this list.
I had to look these up. It was interesting to me that so many of these animals have names close to other animals.
The electric eel is actually a knife fish. The mountain goat is actually more closely related to cows than goats.
The king cobra, as it says, isn’t a king. Neither is the Eastern kingbird.
The horny toad description below had me laughing.
It was fun to look these up and see the actual photos of the animals, along with the descriptions.
I thought this was too cute not to share. I can barely look in another direction without getting the “I miss you.” look, so I can relate.
I always love the names that groups get. A murder of crows is a favorite. Some of these might become favorites of mine, too.
I agree with all of these amazing healing powers that cats have. They don’t mention the others that come out much more often.
Cats have an amazing ability to sense if your bladder is full. They are great at telling you that it’s time for a meal. They are pointy and manage to find the most sensitive spots to step on. These aren’t healing abilities, just the natural abilities of the species.