By: Mia L. Hazlett 5/18/12 http://wareham-ma.villagesoup.com/news/story/ipads-get-students-excited-about-learning/822457 I believe as you raise your children, there will always come a point in your life when you question yourself. Did I do this right? Did I do that right? Should I not have done this and that? Or at least I do. One of the areas I… Continue reading Proud Momma
Welcome to J & M Publishing Company's website. It still holds my Mommy Not Friend blog so have no worries, I'm still here. I've been saying I was going to do this for a long time and finally jumped to it last night. I'm trying to manage both blogs and my book promotion, so I… Continue reading It’s the Same, But Different!
What!?! An award? Awarded to Moi? Surely there must be some mistake! Have you seen my life lately? It’s hardly award worthy in my opinion – although I might qualify for an episode or two of Punked! There must be some sort of strings attached – like dibs on my first born or something. Oh… Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award
By: Mia L. Hazlett 5/11/12 I ran into the store the other day and there was this woman who deserved to get smacked out of this world! Her son was maybe 4 or 5 years-old and she said, "This is my little man right here. He takes good care of his momma." What in the… Continue reading Your Son is NOT Your Man!
By: Mia L. Hazlett 5/9/12 http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/2012/05/first-grader-suspended-for-singing-im-sexy-and-i-know-it/ I was talking with my BFF yesterday and couldn't believe what she told me. I was telling her how my daughters had made up a dance to "I'm Sexy and I Know It," by LMFAO. I don't particularly care for the song. I basically listen to my iPod in… Continue reading I HAD A KID, NOT A ROBOT!
By: Mia L. Hazlett 5/7/12 I know I preach so much about "The Village," but I believe in The Village. I don't believe there are any single parents out there. If you claim to be a single parent, than I believe you have a pride problem or you take a lot of people for granted… Continue reading A Family Thing
By: Mia L. Hazlett 5/4/12 My day winded down. As my second foot landed inside the train, I left my exhausted day on the platform. I seated myself and exhaled looking forward to the first-degree activities of the evening. I had thought about them all day. Now, only hours before pure ecstasy would envelope me,… Continue reading A Gangsta and My Menage a Trois