Category Archive: Finally Friday

Dec 09

FINALLY FRIDAY; JOIN The ANTI-WIMPIFICATION OF AMERICANS

FINALLY FRIDAY—- As the mother of two, I am really getting tired of the Wimpification of Americans. It’s been happening for many years now—at least twenty, that I know of. Now that we have a new president, Donald Trump, much to every Liberals horror, Americans are starting to feel better about themselves. We are feeling …

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Nov 11

FINALLY FRIDAY: SEVEN REASONS WHY CELEBRITIES MAY NOT WANT TO MOVE TO CANADA!

FINALLY FRIDAY—–Seven Reasons Why Celebrities Might Not Want to Move to Canada— Thank God it’s Friday. Now we can sit back and relax because the most contentious election, EVER is finally over. We are all tired from waiting up all night to see who won the election, getting upset over the results and being nervous …

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Jun 05

FINALLY FRIDAY: It’s Garage Sale Time

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FINALLY FRIDAY—- Get up early, put your walking shows on, wear sunscreen and get outside for the annual event, to top all annual events—it’s garage sale time. Every year when spring finally rolls around my husband and I go to numerous garage sales. At first I was completely against buying anything that was not new, …

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May 29

FINALLY FRIDAY: Shop Your Local Farmer’s Market This Weekend: You’ll Feel Better!

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FINALLY FRIDAY— Happiness reigns supreme. The weather is warmer. Local pools are opening up, grass is growing, the sun is shining, and local farmers, Amish people, local people are growing all kinds of healthy foods to eat. I know we aren’t supposed to mess with Mother Nature, but the local Farmer’s Markets near us have …

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May 15

FINALLY FRIDAY: Proud to Be An American Mom—Teens Stand Up Against Schools in Peaceful Protest!!

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This is one of the many reasons why I am proud to be an American Mom. I am so proud of this South Carolina teenager, his friends for standing up for their beliefs. This is what we Americans have to do in peaceful protests across the United States. We have to stand up for our …

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Apr 17

FINALLY FRIDAY FEATURE: SHEMAR MOORE FOR PRESIDENT

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SHEMAR MOORE FOR PRESIDENT– I am endorsing Shemar Moore for President of the United States in 2016, because quite frankly he’d give women something to look at, lust after and enjoy. He’d probably do a better job than the current president! I’d even start watching every one of his press conferences—no matter what he’d be …

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Apr 10

FINALLY FRIDAY: What Are Moms Doing This Weekend? Imagine the Possiblities!

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FINALLY FRIDAY IS FINALLY HERE— What are Moms doing this weekend? Better yet, what are you doing this weekend? Catching up on sleep, watching tons of TV, scuttling the kids to their activities? Maybe you are doing all that boring housework that needs to be done, folding laundry, fixing something. Maybe your kids will be …

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Mar 13

FINALLY FRIDAY: Fearless KIDS Stand Up For Down Syndrome Cheerleader

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FEARLESS KIDS STAND UP FOR DOWN SYNDROME CHEERLEADER— This story made me cry. A Down Syndrome Cheerleader was bullied by the opposing team members and audience members, at game. Sure she is slower than the other cheeleaders, but this girl is trying her best and everyone at the school is accepting what she is doing. …

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Mar 10

MOMZINGA’S FINALLY FRIDAY: Moms Just Wanna Have Fun!!

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FINALLY FRIDAY—- With all that we Moms have to do, we need to take a break. We need to do something for ourselves. This means taking the oh so sought after bubble bath, reading a trashy novel bringing a certain toy along, to going for a long walk on a sunlit warm beach. Moms , …

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Feb 27

MOMZINGA’S FINALLY FRIDAY: Sense of Purpose to Live Longer

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FINALLY FRIDAY—NEED A SENSE OF PURPOSE TO LIVE LONGER! When my kids were little I had a reason to get up every morning. I had to take care of my kids. I had to feed them, get them dressed, and get them to school. Then I had to run errands, rush home, and work my …

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