Recently, I threw an old friend of mine right under the bus. Now, I don’t make a habit of this and I’m fairly certain that he wouldn’t have been offended by it regardless. I mean, our malfeasance took place twenty-five years ago and was limited to little more than teenage shenanigans. Probably not a big deal. Continue reading “With Friends Like These”
The last time I made a care payment was sometime in 2014. I remember when my wife and I made the final payment on our Chevy Cobalt. We took the payment book out on the front porch and lit it on fire. There was something therapeutic about watching the pages of that statement book burn off one at a time. I could physically feel my debt shedding away. Continue reading “The best time of year to buy a car in 2019”
You hear the following statement all the time.
“There is no ‘I’ in team.”
People say this to emphasize the importance of teamwork and it is used across the spectrum of life. Anything that is relational will also require teamwork. Marriage requires teamwork. Parenting requires it as well. To an extent, living next door to other people will also rely on the ability to share space with them, or to work together. Continue reading “Who Is On Your Team?”
My wife and I homeschool our children. Well, actually, my wife homeschools our children and I help out from time to time. However, regardless of the teaching arrangement, my children are both receiving an education that is centered on our home instead of the public school system. Now, we do not necessarily have anything against public school. We just have a perfect situation that allows us both to be home all day with our kids. Continue reading “10 Great Math Apps for Ages 5-8”
You know, it’s not always easy to read other people. There are many times that we make assumptions about people that end up being way off base simply because we are not getting a good read on them. Continue reading “You Know What They Say About Assumptions”