This is Mom. Today, Friday, April 10th, 2020 Dad and I had a real scare. Your dad started having chills. He was wearing a long sleeve shirt and a sweatshirt. He drank tea to warm up, but it didn’t help. He was having a chill and couldn’t get warm. We thought he might be showing symptoms of the Coronavirus.
Dear Young Grandchildren,
Many things are changing in the United States and other countries all around the world, but many things will stay the same. Flowers will bloom, grass will grow and you will still have your birthday.
I was an author and grandmother living in Salt Lake City, Utah. I co-authored the book, Drugs Make You Un-Smarter, with my fifteen-year-old granddaughter, Savanna Peterson, telling teens about the dangers of drugs.
To get our anti-drug message out, we needed a newspaper interview. I sent out a press release, but not everyone picks up on a release. I searched online for the phone number for the Salt Lake Tribune. I have found in the past that the quickest way to get an interview was:
When we were talking about money matters, I had another idea. https://jillvanderwood.com/things-that-matter/dear-grandchildren-money/
There are couples where both partners work, but one partner requires the other to hand over their whole paycheck. They don’t agree on money matters.
Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. Scatter
sunshine all around the way, love and bless and brighten every passing day!
We have all heard someone say, “I’m only looking out for number one!” or,”I’m looking out for numero uno!” Which basically means that I come first!
Bingo Night At The Legion
American Legion Malad Post 65 – Ernest W Jones
To Benefit: A Million Broken Hearts Monument
I have been married for forty year. I am a wife, a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. I have been thinking a lot about what makes a good or bad relationship and I want to share something with you about finding love. Ask yourself, is this really love?