By Angela Roy of Mommy PR
My kids just got out of school June 21st and even though they don’t start for another month and a half, we have already started our back to school shopping. Thankfully, my girls are like I was and love school. This is my youngest daughter’s first year but she has been begging to go with her big sister for two years now. Prekindergarten was so filled up, we were on a yearlong wait list. So now that kindergarten is here, she is in full force and so excited to start going to school.
by Angela Roy from MommyPR
April is the month all about our beautiful Earth.
I am lucky to have grown up the way I did. My parents were all about nature, gardening and compost. Recycling was new to me, just coming into our lives a few years ago, but we embrace it full force. Everything has a purpose and it’s actually easier than most people think. Little things can make a big difference.
by Angela Roy from MommyPR.com
Dictionary.com classifies a friend as “a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard.”
In that case, I think I could call my husband my friend, my kids, my dog, and even many of my facebook friends.
But, I want to go way back to the early 90′s for this one. I was in the 5th grade I believe. Wild child and knew everything right? I was a more quiet kid, I liked school, and I had friends in every clique. But I had one friend that I don’t think I will ever forget. She was someone I never separated with. If she was in a class, we found a way to end up in there together. Finally, teachers just got the hint and we were seated together everywhere. After school I would help her to her bus, and then we would spend the weekends getting into as much trouble as we could in her golf cart. She was something else. We talked boys, music (she was really into Jimmy Buffet, and I just discovered Amy Grant & Micheal Jackson) , and gossip.
I remember my mom thinking she was bad influence on me because she found out we watched scary movies. The scary movie- Stand By Me. Best movie ever, but I guess at that age and time, everything seemed scary.