Ivona Gita. kids. October 21st , 2017.
Yet this friendship has endured. We do not see each other often since we no longer live in the same city, but when we do see each other it is easy to pick up where we left off and enjoy the time we have, in the moment. On paper, we are almost polar opposites on the lifestyle spectrum. The really great thing is that we both respect each others lifestyle choices and there is no judging from either camp. They enthusiastically compliment how big and handsome my son is and I whine how I would love to go to Monaco. Perfect. I have known people who have retreated to their separate "kids" and "no kids" camps and the dogmas are as staunch as the smoker/non-smoker war. I have no interest in this war and am happy to maintain friends from all walks of life.
Since young people are sensitive about being told what to do, yet parental help is perfectly appropriate, think of suggestions as questions: What do you think about? Have you thought of? Would you consider?
Sometimes you just know when you've come home. Within about 30 minutes of our arrival at Greenhorn, we were chowing down on their Friday night barbecue of scrumptious, fall-off-the-bone ribs with all the fixin's. The owners of the ranch, Trish and Ralph Wilburn, were strumming their guitars and singing western songs by the campfire. Soon, the kids in the group were scurrying to get their marshmallows and chocolate so they could get more smores than anyone else.
Think back to your own childhood days and try to remember if any of the following seems familiar. You might have used them at one point or another.
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