Love letters are timeless. I mean, there’s a reason tiny scribbled notes of endearment are kept in boxes for years and years and usually make an appearance in any decent romance movie. However, sending a love letter in an envelope these days is a little predictable. Why not send your darling something a bit more unusual for some originality? See if any one of these 11 ideas tickles your fancy:
February 24, 2016|
Motherhood is a significant rite of passage for many American women but for those who keep their jobs after baby, so is learning how to balance parenting with the demands of a 21st-century work schedule.
February 24, 2016|
At its Feb. 4 meeting, the Effingham Exchange Club members and guests listened to veteran Lynn Wardlaw speak about his time serving in the Navy and the challenges he faced when he wanted to publish his first of three books.
The fifth week of the legislative session was extremely productive and again we deliberated about a vast range of topics. A few weeks ago I wrote about HB 724, a bill that I co-sponsored, that would require earlier notices of the release of violent criminals put on parole.
I had the privilege to speak to several hundred educators in Atlanta last week. I was there to talk about my experiences as a member of the Education Reform Commission but, as is my wont, I soon deviated off the purpose for which I had been invited to speak and into unchartered waters. Which raises a question: Why do I spend so much time preparing speeches if I am not going to use them? I must ask myself that sometime. I would be interested in the answer.
A recent article on grandparenting.com says that many baby boomers are experiencing difficulties in their relationships with adult children, including "not enough time together, not enough regular communication, not feeling needed or wanted…not understanding why they aren't closer."