Results tagged with 'friendship'
Published May 31, 2016
On Friday, May 27, Benjamin Franklin School Principal Katrina Fisher and additional staff joined Quarles & Brady Milwaukee Office Managing Partner Katie Perhach and other firm attorneys to dedicate a second Buddy Bench on the school's playground.
Published March 2, 2015
Every Monday, my child gets a writing prompt at school, and we've taken to discussing them in the car on the way to and from school. It's like a mini editorial meeting. We talk about potential content for the prompts.
Published July 28, 2013
JoAnn Hornak, a lifelong Milwaukeean who moved to California in 2007, has published her second novel, called "A Delicate Bond." This is a great read for any woman who has "broken up" with a female friend.
Published July 15, 2013
From now on, don't expect a man hug from me. I'm done with them. For a while, I thought that awkward "start with a hand clasp, then pull the guy in and slap his back" things was appropriate, but no more. They're dumb.
Published Jan. 17, 2011
Marquette's theater arts program chose "A Year With Frog and Toad" for its annual Theater for Young Audiences play. All of the shows are sold out except the 11 a.m. performance on Saturday., Jan. 22. It will take place inside Marquette University's Evan P. and Marion Helfaer Theatre, 525 N. 13th St., and tickets range from $11 to $20.
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Thursday June 26th, 2014 – Island Lake, IL No matter how many complicated problems I have or how disappointed or overwhelmed I feel – and I do on a daily basis – I have not forgotten that the only thing that matters is kindness. I am making it a priority in...
It is hard to let go of things that were once a source of comfort and excitement. Even if the so called comfort had cold shoulders and scornful encounters as time wore on. Instead of longing glances and sweet kisses a tug of war of the heart began. Twisted plies twisted tightly creates an...
At times we can all live in our own bubbles. A place where everything beyond the soapy exterior fails to exist. Light bounces off causing the vision to be full of pretty colors. It is understandable there is no rush to have clearer eyesight. In happiness, the bubble floats and bumps...
Decades are often defined by a cultural statements. The 1960's were depicted as suburban life and fallen heroes. The groovey 1970's were about revolt, free love and peace. The 1980's was an era of standing out and being unique. Normal didn't include cookie cutter appearances. Musi...
Sunday July 21st, 2013 – Evanston, IL I can’t think of too many things that feel better than a friend remembering a birthday, so that’s why I try to do it whenever I can. It’s not all that difficult, but it really makes a difference. I love the beaming look...
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