A place for positive thoughts, thank-you's, inspiration ... just pure happiness. In other words, the anti-vent.
If you like a vent, press this to move it higher up the list.
If you don't like a vent, press this to move it down the list.
Press this to nominate a vent for "Best of the Vent."
You may vote only once per Vent. Multiple votes will not be recorded.
Hold those close to you a little tighter. Life can change in the blink of an eye!
Lord please give me the will power to lay these cigarettes down. Trying to quit is the hardest thing I have ever attempted to do. I have no succeded yet
The first thing to remember about a horse is that it eats everyday.........whether you ride it or not.
My brother has two girls. Each has her own horse. He says that if anyone wants an idea of what it is like to own a horse, get up every morning and burn a $50 bill, then on Sunday, burn a $100 dollar bill. He doesn't smile when he says this.
While you are learning about owning a horse, you need to also learn about the necessary vet care and related expenses. This isn't like owning a dog or cat.
A "bucket list" of things you want to do is fine, but a "bucket full of regrets" for things you put off doing is worse.
My daughter is in 6th grade and I am so shocked by some of the things she tells me the kids say. Really filthy language and sexual innuendo. I'm so worried that she's going to pick up on that herself.
I don't blame the rich for wanting to keep their millions and billions. I blame the government for constantly taking my hundreds. The rich does not have a greater need than the poor.
It is easy to make people laugh.....it is much harder to make people smile.
Alcoholism is a terrible terrible disease. I just lost a niece to this. She passed away at a very young age. An addicion she just could not beat.
Apparently my chicken enchiladas are so good my son thinks I could sell them. Thanks Garrett for making me feel like such a great cook.
Who is throwing the bricks at the successful man? What'd he do?
I'm guessing your son is successsful and your daughter struggles.
Potato soup: Take one or two potatoes, peel, and cut up into 1/4" slices or 1" cubes. Add water to almost cover, about equal volume potato and water. Add a tsp. of salt. Simmer an hour or so until extremely soft, basically disintegrating. Smush until no big lumps are left. Now add an equal quantity again of milk (1-2 cups), and optionally carrot slices, lima beans, and herbs like thyme. Simmer another half hour. Two potatoes serves 4-5.
She won't sit down when she is suppose to. She won't stop talking when she is suppose to.She loves everyone and loves to laugh.Her pre-k teacher thinks she is adorable.Just like my granddaughter she calls Mommy
She can add rice in the chicken stew.