…don’t say anything at all. Okay, so this may seem a bit harsh to some of you, especially if you agree with the girl writing this letter to the editor, but I just had to share this. I can hear every mom in the world out there reading her inquiry, and saying in unison, “Did she REALLY just say that?!”
One last heads up…If any of you had an interest in the classic, Rachel Leigh Audrey bracelet that I posted a little while back (click here for the earlier post)…you’re in luck! From now until 11pm tonight, The Aisle has the ice blue, white, light pink, gold and silver Audrey bracelets on sale for $47 (that includes shipping, and no tax!). They’re normally $72! Click here for your free invitation to The Aisle, so you can have a look. Also, I even went so far as to call the Rachel Leigh boutique in New York a couple of months ago, inquiring about the white one (because it wasn’t available online anymore), and they said they were on back-order, and then later got an email from Summer is a Verb that they were being discontinued, so needless to say, here’s your chance to get these before they’re gone!
For the record, four of us went to UNC, one went to NC State, and the youngest of the sisters is at South Carolina now. See, UNC wins in our family…haha…well, aside from my parents (my mom went to Clemson) and my dad (went to The Citadel and then MUSC in Charleston). Honestly, my mom is a die-hard Tiger and my dad has no true alliance. Sorry, Daddy. He tends to cheer on whichever daughter’s alma mater is in college at the time…so right now, he cheers on the Gamecocks…boo. Many of his brothers, AND his nieces and nephews went/go to Clemson, and he STILL cheers for South Carolina…just don’t get it.
How lovely and nautical is this navy top? It’s classy, with a subtle touch of summer. A great piece!
Ramble, ramble today. Sorry about that!
6 thoughts on “Monday Manners: If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say…”
I love the article…thanks for sharing. I did get my agenda in the pattern you show above…love it! Heidi
Love the article…thanks for sharing. I did pick up my LP agenda in the pattern you show above…love it! Heidi
Wow! That is insensitive. I don't have kids and my two besties do. I know they are busy and they need attention at this young age. I relish the moments we have as just girls even more now. And I also cherish every moment we spend with the kids too. I get why they are tired and give them passes when they are to do something. We have the rest of our lives to still hang out.
Thanks for sharing this article I enjoyed it. I havent picked up the agenda book but fixing to get that done now. How cute is it? Love it!
I pre ordered that agenda from lifeguard press. Now just waiting for it to arrive! (:
I can understand the woman writing the letter. She's a person like myself. Always on the go and make friends and family a priority – like I do. And I have children, and a doctor, have a husband, own a business, and make homemade meals at least 5 times a week. It's unfortunate that people only make some things a priority in their lives when their friends and family have always been there for them. Why can't you prioritize while driving the kids home, or call after they go to bed? That's what I do. May not be right or wrong, but I make an effort to maintain my relationships which this person is saying that her friends with kids do not. I can relate. It's hard when you try so hard to maintain and others do not. Don't get me wrong. I know it's hard to juggle kids and family life and everything else……but really, you do what is important to you. You really do.
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