The Crazy World of Blogging
I’m currently on hold with tech-support. The crazy world of blogging has sucked me into its’ lair. I may be consumed if I’m not careful. Each time I attempt to use blogging software, I realize how dumb I am…totally unknowledgable…grotesquely undereducated…computer illiterate. Not really, but that’s how I feel. Hence the reason for my URL change. Hope the world finds me here at WordPress…
I like the old fashioned way of sharing information – BOOKS.
If I write one, would you buy it? …No, don’t tell me. I have enough sadness with my computer problems.
Speaking of books, I have a few to share with you. I was in the library AGAIN and happened upon these captivating titles, so I took some pictures. I didn’t think you’d believe me unless I had rock solid evidence – Proof.
Do you know why we shop?
1. Women are “gatherers” by nature. Yes, it’s in our very God-given nature to shop.
2. We live in a media based culture that tells us we NEED everything.
3. We like spending money.
5. More SALES!
Does it take a whole book to figure this out?
He needs a psychiatrist and some hand lotion.
I’m on a quest to never wash dishes again!
I think to myself, if people have actually spent their good, hard-earned money on his book, surely they’d buy one from me…Right?
Maybe it’s just our need to shop. We’ll buy anything!
Seems to me this book should be thicker. Surely we’ve learned more about kids in the last century than what this 250 page book provides.
Well, maybe not.
There’s a glaring problem with the title of this book.
Go get another cup of coffee and maybe you’llhave better luck.
“Raising America” I want you to know that we raise cattle and crops, not children. We “rear” children…BIG difference. If you don’t believe check out this dictionary link: education.yahoo.com
How can I trust anything this book says about children? After all, they may really be talking about cattle. My children are not cows or soybeans.
You’ve seen pictures, haven’t you? No, I unfortunately cannot recommend this book. You don’t really care do you?
I could spend hours in the library. Almost as many hours as I spend trying to get my computer programs to work like I know they should.