I’ve always been one to watch for a sign that might help me deal with whatever might be churning in my head. That’s because whatever is churning in my head is also likely to make my stomach churn if it stays there too long. Today, I saw just what I needed: keep calm and carry on. And, it was literally on a poster. I couldn’t have asked for anything clearer.
The British Ministry of Information originated the encouraging slogan in 1939, but it was never used. It’s certainly been put to good use 70 years later. I’ve since learned that this slogan is available on almost everything from a postcard to a tea towel. You think I would have seen it at least once before now. But, then again, maybe I didn’t need to see it so much until now.
Today, I am thinking about how I cope with growing children and the growing complexity of problems that can come with the territory. This is because Bonni brought up the subject of disciplining children as they get older.