Welcome to February. The month of hearts and Valentines. Boyfriends and husbands, if you are feeling the stress of expectations for the holiday, you only need to be prepared, thoughtful, and do your best to throw in some romance. Your worries will be over on the fifteenth. Ladies, if you’re wanting to indulge in some new makeup for the big day, be sure to check out Jo’s review of Mia Mariu Cosmetics.
We start off with National Freedom Day on the 1st followed by Groundhog Day on the 2nd. Those of us in the cold and snowy states await word on how many more weeks of Winter we must endure when the little rascal pops out of his burrow.
I hear there’s a big football game on the 3rd that always airs entertaining and innovative commercials. Stop by and cheer for your team or chat about your favorite commercials.
February 10th rings in the Chinese New Year. And, a day off awaits most workers and releases the kids from school on Presidents’ Day, February 18.
The inspirational story of the Landfill Harmonic Recycled Orchestra in Paraguay is a must-read. A documentary about children making beautiful music by restoring instruments made from the trash in which they live.
Molly takes us along for the adventure of her twin boys experiencing snow for the time on a trip to Mt. Hood. While, PattyPie is on a quest for the perfect sofa and considering all-white! What is she thinking?
IW’s Classic Of The Month is an interview with The Farmer’s Wife. One of our series of Ordinary Women, Uncommon Lives.
Celebrities garner a lot of attention for the work they do and their “stressful” schedules. They deserve credit but so does the everyday working women and mothers who step up to the plate day in and day out to get the job done. One can think of these “ordinary women” as filming a major full-length motion picture that either never ends or has many sequels!
We would also like to give a shout out to everyone with a birthday or anniversary this month! Let us know in the comment section below so we can celebrate with you. Please use this thread for Open Discussion as always!
Lily Doe has written for ImperfectWomen.com since 2009. She has never been shy about sharing her opinion and enjoys writing on a variety of topics. Her life’s focus is sharing good times with family and friends.