“Muscle Brush” — a set of sponge and scrubber drill attachments that let you use power tools to clean your shower, stove top, counters, and all sorts of other places that *really do not require a drill I promise*.
It is not to diffuse you that you were born of your mother and father—it is to identify you; It is not that you should be undecided, but that you should be decided; Something long preparing and formless is arrived and formed in you,
*White rapper* Hey, ho/ I'm entitled to rap because I've been poor/ Grocery outlet was my grocery store/ My rhymes are sick and they'll give you the chills/ My parents paid all of my tuition bills/ My rise to fame has been all a blur/ Especially when I tweeted a slur/
Imagine being the point guard on a high school basketball team. You just turned 17 and you're really starting to develop a skill set that's special to you. Maybe you're pretty good and your team gets into the state tournament. You go out there, ready to show your best to the college scouts. Even if you don't get into your school of choice, there is a scholarship waiting for you as long as you don't embarrass yourself. Then you get out onto the court and get absolutely posterized by Air Bud
While out on a walk Tater wanted to follow a girl about his age, something he tried to do a few times before. My husband told him gently but firmly that he couldn't follow children he didn't know; he should get to know them and find out if they could and wanted to play. Tater cried for a bit, then went to play with dirt and was fine.
Don't teach children how not to be harassed. (Do teach them to ask for help and help them feel safe talking to you, of course.) Teach them about the importance of respect and consent, and this will help them know their own boundaries and comfort level, too.