Today FICKLEosophy is showing some love for all the great creative minds that give me something to be obsessed about!
Why...has a year gone by already??? It seems like it was only yesterday...(feel free to giggle at that one!). Can it be that FICKLEosophy has been posting since 2010? Yep. It can. And what a ride it has been. Aside from the obvious - sharing my daily obsessions with you - I've come to enjoy a home in the … Continue reading just a thank you
Robby Novak, aka KID PRESIDENT, is having a very rough day and needs your support. This was posted earlier today on the Kid President Facebook page: Friends, we'd love your prayers today. Robby is having surgery to replace the rod in his left leg this afternoon. This is not a fun way to spend your … Continue reading give this kid a reason to dance!
As Seen On Montclair Mommies 24/7: There is no Christmas in FICKLEosophy’s 15 Days of Christmas without an ode to the always famous, but never overrated, LEGO. And as the best obsessions go, they aren't always the most obvious ones. Sure, LEGO boasts an international presence in over 130 countries around the globe! And yes, they sell an incredible amount of LEGO sets … Continue reading FICKLEosophy’s 15 Days of Christmas: littles building big buildings
As Seen On Montclair Mommies 24/7: This morning's wintery ice and chilly temperatures might have you a wee bit nostalgic for spring. And chances are there'll be a bit more of this messy mess until we get there. So for now, we will forge our way through FICKLEosophy's 15 Days of Christmas with a Sign O' Spring … Continue reading FICKLEosophy’s 15 Days of Christmas: gingerbread and birdhouses
As Seen On Montclair Mommies 24/7: The holidays bring on lots of messy and oodles of fabulousness for mommies everywhere. And with just over two weeks away ’til Santa makes his dramatic appearance it only seems fitting that there is an official kick-off of FICKLEosophy’s 15 Days of Christmas. All the hustle, bustle and jolly'o glad tidings … Continue reading FICKLEosophy’s 15 Days of Christmas: socks and monkeys
Isn't grammar like everything else - once you know the rules you'll know how to break them? Well, not exactly. However, coming from someone who does a very good job of not abiding by grammar's looming regulations, I've found myself obsessed with a few bits and pieces that I dare not mess up for fear … Continue reading it is simple