Go Get That Cash

I find it incredibly frustrating when I am having a conversation with a grown adult who refuses to work. You know what I am talking about. This is not the person who has to scrape by because they are disabled and cannot do hard labor. I am also not talking about the single mom who cannot afford to work outside of the house because her entire paycheck would go towards child-care Continue reading “Go Get That Cash”

There’s no place like home

In 1994, my dad and I got into a huge fight out in the driveway of our house in Louisville, IL. It was the summer after my senior year and I was at the height of my stupidity, absolutely. Foul words were shared. Accusations were made. My mother was able to hear the entire conversation (unknown to me at the time) from an open bedroom window. My dad said that if I thought that I was a big boy then maybe it was time for me to get out. So, I loaded up my 1976 GMC Postal Delivery Jeep and took off down the road towards Flora. Continue reading “There’s no place like home”

How Are We Still Alive, At This Point?

Do you remember the first night at home with your first child? You have finally been given clearance by the hospital to take this baby home with you and now you’re on your own. Whether you are ready to be a parent or not is no longer in the equation. I remember the first night that Elisa and I had with Sydney. We had a bassinet that sat at the foot of our bed. I don’t think either of us slept a wink that first night. Any movement or noise that she made and we were both right there peering in. Is she okay? Has she rolled over onto her stomach? Is she still alive? Continue reading “How Are We Still Alive, At This Point?”

Everyone Learns Differently

This post is not anti-school system. I want to throw that out there first thing. Yes, my wife and I home school our children. However, we are not fundamentally against the public school system. We just do not use it. We have always been in an excellent position to educate them at home and chose to do so. Anyways, with that out of the way, we can move on to the purpose of the post.  Continue reading “Everyone Learns Differently”

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