Live by Surprise is preparing for a Hallowe’en and then a month of posting for #NaBloPoMo! Enjoy my Hallowe’en Haiku! I’m no stranger to Hallowe’en. Last year I wrote a post about the complications of celebrating Hallowe’en after divorce. I had a Hallowe’en #AAF with Tamara Klein Bowman (whose family
Summer is starting to leave us now…the days are getting shorter, the weather is starting to get brisker, it’s about time to pull up our warm socks, put on our scarves and have some pumpkin stew. And today I had the opportunity to blog with an expert on pumpkin stew
Your custody schedule probably contemplated all of the big holidays – but what about the small ones? Today I’m over at DivorcedMoms talking about my issues with scheduling Hallowe’en with the Goblin King! Image Credit: (Edited) “Halloween In Blue” by Idea go / freedigitalphotos.net Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin Live
When I was young, my mother didn’t work. Until we went to school, she stayed at home with us, and took care of neighborhood children during the day. There were two children who lived about a block away. The eldest was three years younger than me, and the youngest six.