Have you ever wondered what happens after you die? Of course, you have, don’t lie. You’re human, aren’t you? We are all curious as to what lies beyond the great beyond. If you have spent many a night lying awake, paralyzed by the idea of what comes after this life, you are in luck. … Continue reading Ghost Lore
January 23, 2022. A typical Sunday evening. I was getting dinner ready while passively listening to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers/LA Rams divisional playoff game playing in the background. I only briefly glimpsed up toward the television when I saw a short preview of a show in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. It’s hard… Continue reading It’s My Ghostaversary!
One of my favorite elements of movies, television, or books is character development. I especially enjoy when a character comes across very simply in one way, but then as the story progresses, we start to see little things come out, such as how they respond or react to situations, or what we learn about their… Continue reading No More Mr. Nice Guy: Why Peter Martino has the potential to be the most complicated ghost at Woodstone Mansion
How to Prepare for a Middle School IEP Meeting photo credit: giphy.com/abcnetwork It’s that time of year again. Time to get out the old IEP, print out or download recent medical and school records, and schedule yet another IEP review. But it’s a little different now. Instead of one teacher, we have a whopping seven… Continue reading Let’s Get Ready to Advocate!
The smell of fresh paper and brand new pencils linger in the air. New kicks and threads line the closets, and backpacks and lunch bags are clean and still hold their crisp lines. This can only mean one thing: it’s back-to-school time. And I, for one, am that parent who rejoices at this time of… Continue reading It’s the most wonderful time of the year
Summertime. A time for relaxing by the pool or sipping lemonade on the front porch. A time for sleeping in and vegging out in front of some sort of screen. A time for catching up with your favorite book or podcast. A time for new adventures on the road or a trip down the shore. … Continue reading I Had to Balance Working From Home While Having the Kids Home for the Summer… How I Did Not Lose My Marbles.
Take a look at our new digs, two months in! I’m a firm believer that wherever you live, you should make it home. As a military family, we move quite often, and it can be easy to just find a place, live in it, and move on. But it’s important to create stability in this… Continue reading This is Our House!
cbs.com There would be no Beyoncé without Alberta Haynes. Period. The majority of Black History has a history of being swept under the rug. From our roots in Africa, to European, Caribbean, and American enslavement of African people, to reconstruction and Jim Crow, to even modern days struggles regarding disparities in the housing community, the… Continue reading Alberta Haynes is one of the most important character on television right now.
Whether it’s the first home or the dream home, we all have our must have lists when looking for a new home. Even when everyone seemingly says “there’s no such thing as the perfect home,” there are still things that are absolute deal breakers for most of us. And I could speculate that one of… Continue reading Handling the New Home Inspection and Walkthrough Like a Pro!
Ay yo, Ghosties! Welcome to the #SummerofGhosts I have to say, in all my years of watching TV, I have never followed a show that has managed to find a way to keep it’s fans engaged over a summer hiatus. Sure, you have your re-runs, maybe a few guest appearances by the actors in a… Continue reading What If Sam’s Not the Only One? A Theory.