“We’re going to have a party for father’s birthday tonight,” a little friend announced to me the other day. Her mother laughed. “The party consists chiefly of a birthday cake,” she explained deprecatingly. “But it’s a party just the same,” insisted the youngster anxiously, ‘‘isn’t it, Aunt Ruth?” “I’m sure it is if you feel … Continue reading THE MOST IMPORTANT TIP FOR THROWING A PARTY
There’s nothing like visiting family and friends. It’s a chance to relax, laugh, and catch up on what is happening in each other’s lives. But no matter how close you are to someone, there are still rules you should always follow. And the majority of them are based on respect. Whether family or friend, no … Continue reading ETIQUETTE: TOP 8 RULES FOR VISITING FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Who was the man who used to have to push up hill a big rock that kept rolling down as fast as he pushed it up? It wasn’t Tantalus, was it. No, it was Sisyphus. Well that’s the man I always feel like after the strain of entertaining an unenthusiastic guest. If I were a … Continue reading DO GUESTS NEED TO BE ENTHUSIASTIC?
Did you ever watch a group of young people chattering to each other while some older person sat silent in their midst, almost as much ignored as if he or she were invisible? It is a sight I see every once in a while and it always fills me with a combination of sadness and … Continue reading EXAMPLES OF LOW BREEDING