#30DaysofCaring With The Unemployed Mom

Volunteering and bringing awareness to deserving charities and organizations is something I am passionate about. My entire family gets involved. These types of lessons (acts of kindness and compassion) cannot be taught from a book, they must be experienced. With that said, instead of a holiday gift guide on The Unemployed Mom, I plan to focus on 30 Days of Caring. For 30 days, I will share ways you, your family, coworkers, groups, etc. can get involved and make a difference. Since some of these are holiday specific, I am starting the posts today…

Wordless Wednesday: Sea Dog Brewing Co

We recently discovered Sea Dog Brewing Co. located near the gates of Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. It’s a family friendly place with games outside for kids of all ages to enjoy. It’s the perfect place to watch a game (there are big screens everywhere) and/or to spend some time with friends. They have a big menu filled with delicious appetizers, food and brews. Opt for the beer sampler, but you may have a hard time deciding which four to try…there are many to choose from. But, I guarantee…

Wordless Wednesday: Custom Ornaments

Today, I received the sweetest gift! I met a super sweet person through an ebay transaction and we have stayed in touch. Imagine my surprise when I opened my mailbox and saw these custom ornaments…   She was so thoughtful, even included my beloved Bailey! My son keeps pulling them off our tree and carrying them around, he thinks they are super cool (and so do I)! So, if you’re looking for a unique Christmas gift…here you go! These definitely make a statement.

Wordless Wednesday: First Field Trip

My son had his first school field trip this week and I went as a chaperon. We saw The Nutcracker performed at The Plaza Live. It was a shortened version so the preschoolers wouldn’t get too restless. The ballet was beautiful, but my son kept asking where the bad guys were and why the characters didn’t talk.   Afterwards he said “ballets are for girls, mommy“. But, he was really excited when we purchased two nutcracker ornaments for our Christmas tree. YEARS from now when he is on his own…