Apr 12, 2021
Has this year of social distancing made you swear off dating altogether? You’re definitely not alone. Relationship expert and therapist Valentina Setteducate says many of her clients have reported feeling stuck in a dating rut lately. It can happen after a string of bad dates or when you feel like you’re going on the same date to the same few places again and again or even feeling like you’re meeting the same type of person over and over. Valentina and psychologist Dr. Paulette Sherman say making these small tweaks can help break out of the dating rut and help you stay open to the possibility of romance.
By Sam Rosalie
Michelle Mathieu sent me this story about 2-year-old, Hagen.
He had just gotten off a flight with his parents, and was looking for his Buzz Lightyear toy (which is his most treasured possession, he even wrote his name on Buzz’s foot, just like Andy did in the movie Toy Story!) UNFORTUNATELY, mom realized it must have been left behind when they got off the flight!
Mom told Hagen that Buzz was on a special mission and would soon be back, AKA mom was going to run to Target and replace the toy without him knowing. What mom didn’t know, was Buzz REALLY WAS on a special mission!
Apr 5, 2021
-- YOU HOLD GRUDGES/DON’T LET THINGS GO.
If your partner hurts you in any way, it’s perfectly understandable to be angry about it and even to confront them about their behavior. However, once they understand and apologize for how they’ve wronged you, it’s important to move on. Holding grudges make you an angry and bitter person, and these feelings will prevent you from being happy. Forgiveness should come second nature to you if you truly want to preserve your relationships.
-- YOU TAKE EVERYTHING PERSONALLY.
Not everything is about you and that’s a good thing. When your partner mentions they don’t like black jeans, it doesn’t mean they’re secretly judging you for wearing them. When they say they’re exhausted from socializing too much work, that doesn’t mean they’re sick of talking to you. Instead of taking things personally, realize that you complement your partner’s life – you’re not the whole thing.
By Bill Galluccio
Apr 1, 2021
Pamela Sisco, 57, called her sister, saying there was an active shooter in her office building.
Sisco's sister immediately called 911 and relayed the message that a gunman had opened fire at the Navistar plant where her sister worked.
"Basically, she had called her sister and said something to the effect of a guy was fired yesterday and has come back in with a gun. We are all hiding in a locked office and asked her to call the police," Clark County Sheriff's Office Major
Chris Clark said.
"She said there was a guy that got fired yesterday, and he came in with a gun, and they are barricaded with the lights off in an office," she said on the 911 call. "She sent me a text, and I'm afraid to text her if they are barricaded and hiding."
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By Sam Rosalie
Apr 1, 2021
You guys already know, we at this show love Goodwill. They’re a great company that does a lot for the community, and APPARENTLY, has some freaking moral rockstars working there.
Andrea Lessing is an employee and young mother in Oklahoma, and she was doing quality check on recently donated items.She came across two sweaters that were tied together, and it look like they were holding books.
NOPE! She untied those sweaters to find a stack of $100 bills so thick, it only looked like books! Andrea counted out $42,000!
Apparently this kind of stuff happens all the time at Goodwill, and (statistically I imagine the employees don’t always tell others about their find, BUT Andrea considered this an opportunity in karma, saw personal information from the donator in that stack, and got the money back to them.
Apr 1, 2021
Easter is a big-time food day for many Americans and a honey-baked ham from the Honey Baked Company is a popular item for tons of families for their meal. The real question for many folks is how long is the ham good for?
The company suggests serving the ham at room temperature, but if you like yours heated, they recommend only doing it slice by slice so it doesn’t dry out. If there’s any left over? The recommendation is to refrigerate it and eat it within five days. If there are STILL leftovers, put them in the freezer for up to six weeks.