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Tag Archives: teenagers
Teens Making A Difference
A sixteen year old girl had an idea she turned into reality that helps people to avoid skin cancer. A Great Idea With Love, Russ I saw this via Leo @ Not All News is Bad.
Posted in good news, teenagers, Uncategorized Tagged good news, pool, skin cancer, St. Louis, teenagers 1 Comment
Two Talented Teenagers “Let It Be”
What do you get when you combine two talented teenagers who are obviously having a lot of fun with the Beatles’ “Let It Be”? Whatever it is, I’ll bet it makes you smile and lifts your spirit! Love, Russ
Posted in Believe, Cheerfulness, Creativity, Fun, Humor, Music, Passion, Vids & Stories That Touched Me, Youth Tagged Let It Be, music, smile, spirit, teenagers, The Beatles, video 9 Comments
Being There and Showing How Much I Care
In a comment from my last post, a reader asked what I did to become a better friend. I thought some of you might also be interested in my reply (with a bit more information added that I thought of … Continue reading
Posted in Children, Commitment, Friendship, Passion Tagged Being there, care, Caring, children, Family, friends, Friendship, hormones, lines of communication, teenager, teenagers, teens Leave a comment
I just saw this on FB. It was on a someeeusercard (I have no idea what that is, but it might be worth checking out): “Welcome to being a parent of a teenager. Prepare for a large amount of eye … Continue reading
Where’d He Go?!?!
I’m generally not fond of pranks for a fairly long list of reasons, but I occasionally come across one that is fun, funny, and appears to do no harm. The one linked below seems to fall into that category to … Continue reading
Posted in Humor, Youth Tagged car, drive-through, drive-thru, humor, McDonald's, no driver, prank, teenagers Leave a comment
Send In the Cavalry!
As our children got into their mid to-later-teen years, they and their friends used to “hang out” a lot at our house, and usually in our living room. It probably had a lot to do with the fact that My … Continue reading