For more than 30 years Lisa Rollins has been a part of upstate radio. Called the most calming, caring, conservative voice in radio, Lisa can see all sides of the issue, yet is never afraid to share her own personal opinion!
I am in love! I have 2 precious little grandbaby girls that have brought a love to my heart like no human has before. Of course, I love my GOD...above all else...and my wonderful husband, my children and my family...but there's just something about these little girls that is pure JOY. I had the pleasure of spending much of this past week-end with them (1 and 2 and a half) and we had so much fun...doing nothing exceptional...but making beautiful memories! They laughed at the wind as it blew through my hair as we rode on the golf cart. They picked figs off the wine, took a big gooshy bite and then handed it to me to do the same...and you know what, I did! God is SO good and I am so blessed to have lived long enough to have them in my life. I cherish every moment and will not take a single one of them for granted!
A new survey from a security company finds that one-in-five men say they'd be happy to send their wife downstairs to investigate a suspicious noise at night, and a quarter of men admitted to pretending to stay asleep after hearing a strange noise. Two-thousand adults were surveyed, and one-fifth of men estimated that their wives were braver than they are. Also, 44% of women and 28% of men admit to often lying in bed worrying they forgot to lock one lock. Two-thirds and women and just over half of men said they have a nightly routine which involves them checking all door and window locks. (Daily Mail)
A new British survey reveals that parents of a newborn lose an average of 44-nights of sleep in the first year of their baby's life. To find this, researchers asked over 1,800 people to estimate how many times they were awoken by various things. The researchers say that 62% of parents say they wake up to feed their baby, 57% say they awake due to their child crying or waking, and 45% wake up with worries about their baby's safety. Additionally the research found that people are woken up by their partner more than twice a week, or 109 times per year. (Daily Mail)
A poll from Harris Interactive finds that women say the perfect age is 53. To find this, over two-thousand women were surveyed, and psychotherapist Robi Judwig says, "This is really developmentally the time of life that women plug into themselves and respect themselves, listen to their own voice, so it makes sense that they would really feel good, because they're doing that." Experts say it's the perfect time to retire, for the kids to move out of the house, and when people are usually young and healthy enough to begin enjoying the disposable income they most likely have by that age. Additionally, experts note that women have more freedom in dating at age 53 because they no longer have to worry about having children and can date younger men if they so choose. (Yahoo)