You celebrate the little things every single day.
A buddy of mine who went to high school in Los Angeles once had 10% of his grade lowered on a report because when he stapled them together, he did it horizontally instead of at a 45 degree angle.
She won’t be partaking in this project in the same way that we did not partake in creating a large cardboard sunflower, a design-our-own board game, or a “cloud photography” assignment.
“COOTIES, YOU HAVE COOTIES!”
Darren was my torturer. Like, it was as if we were in a 35-year-long marriage — that’s how obsessed he was with making my life miserable.
These 24 people have.
We were taught a lot of lies growing up.
Two more words: Sleep Overs.
“I deserve this end,” he said to no one, “Alone, in the prairie. A broken axle…Mrs. Langella, tell them. Tell the other children not to do what I have done.”
We ground ourselves all the time when we need a break from our bad habits. We just hated it when our parents did it.