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Tea Collection

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Tea Collection

Welcome to Tea with their awesome selection of children’s clothing and baby clothing. We will be learning together about what all they have to offer. New affiliate for me. Excited to see everything because of my small great grand children. Clothing up to age twelve. Looks like a fun affiliate. Hope you will join me in learning about them.

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Just beginning my browsing and so many cute outfits out there. Darling dresses and for fun dresses, pajamas, shorts and tops. Hope you enjoy browsing and buying.

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Sense of Rushing?

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Does anyone else feel like there is a sense of rushing, rushing in the world, even in the blogging world? Everyone is pushing themselves to develop new ideas, designs, blogs, lists , calendars, to keep us all on our toes . I applaud those of you who are fantastic in these areas and hit the right buttons at the right time. No one can say there isn’t enough information out there to learn everything possible. The good, the not so good and the wonderful.

No one can say that bloggers are uncaring, don’t understand what you are going through, never had to work as hard as you do, never had to work a full time job, never had financial troubles , never had their feelings hurt, never had their writing criticized . The reason you can’t say they (bloggers) are uncaring is because it isn’t true and you know it, especially if you have researched any of your favorite, fantastic, fabulous, friendly, famous bloggers.

Right now stop that feeling of rushing, relax and take a step back.

Ask yourself just exactly you are trying to accomplish for yourself and your family:

Begin all over again with the organization thing.

Take one thing at a time, limit buying courses until you see what you have and what you really need?

Have you purchased anything related to organization, stress relief, taking things slowly while you reflect on what you are trying to do?

Hope this blog has helped you some and that you might find some benefit in following me.

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FUN SATURDAY MORNING AFTER A NOT SO GOOD WEEK.

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These last few weeks have been difficult, stressful, with a little anxiety thrown in there at times, but fun, laughable, enjoyable at other times. I wonder if others relate to these types of events.

Laptop still very new to me and have been having a difficult time adjusting to it. After having problems with it because I could not get into the laptop, I had to take it to the professionals to get it working. So pleased now with it. Using a mouse to make it easier for me.

Winter storms hit us and then we got a call from our daughter in Texas. Winter storms hit them and they had no power, no heat for a quite awhile. However they were lucky in that respect, because they finally got their power on. Next day she called to let us know their water pipes had burst and water was flooding their kitchen area and attic. She had sad stories, but also stories of the kindness of people.

Saturday morning my husband had invited 2 of our grandchildren (8 yrs old and 11 yrs old) over for breakfast and to play cards. They were a delight, helping to set the table and making Dzia’s (grandpa’s) special recipe for pancakes, little sausages and chocolate milk. Oz helped beat the eggs to add to the pancake mix. Nick took his tie off while he ate so he would not get it dirty. Cleaning the kitchen when we finished took a little bit more time, but the kitchen was clean when we sat down to play cards.

Nick dressed up with his tie

The card game we played was one my husband learned in occupational therapy at one time. lt is called kings in the corner. Simple to learn and fun for everyone to play. Have no idea who invented it. The boys then tried to educate us a bit on how much they knew about Chess. That did not last too long as they had a difference of opinion on what was a correct move.

We then watched a movie, considering that a little down time. When their Dad came to pick them up, we did tell Dad how good they had been. After everyone left we decided a nap was in order for us as it had been a busy fun morning and we were tired. It was worth every minute of the visit, as we had not been able to see them very much with COVID.

Recommendation for grandchildren’s visit

  • Be organized with what you are planning to do. Be sure you have ingredients on hand for what you are going to make for breakfast.
  • Let them help. I was truly amazed at what all they understood in the kitchen and what they could do. Setting the table, something every child should learn to do. We used paper plates and cups as they thought that was ok.
  • Think about when they get older and want to go to a friend’s house to eat.
  • Games , always have some games at hand to play.
  • Even had them do exercises on the living room floor .

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