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Young Children: Homeschooling Them is FUN
Last week we talked about Homeschooling Young Children, and this week, we’re going to bullet point some easy, fun, doable learning ideas that you can incorporate into your schooling day, and indeed, make part of your schooling experience. Plan a special … Continue reading
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I Am (amazon) Woman — Hear Me Roar!
It was — literally — a small thing that I wanted, but my entire family gaped at me in horror, as if I had brightly announced, “I think I’ll sell my body on the streets to pick up a little … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Beauty, blogging, Culture, Current Events, Daily Life, Entertainment, Family, Humor, Life, Lifestyle, Motherhood, News, Parenting, Personal, Random, Relationships, technology, Uncategorized Tagged amazon, book, e-reader, Kindle, library 5 Comments
The Many Little Rules of Mini Little Minds
But it was not my obnoxious nature that got me banned the other day from my little little hometown’s little little library.
(By the way, I’m not sure if I’m being too subtle here, but in employing the word “little,” I’m not referring to population or size.)
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Reading the Last Page of the Book Is Not a Crime
For some reason, many self-professed deep thinking intellectuals define reality as unmitigated desolation, despondency, and despair, broken up here and there by the occasional smile, sunny day, or successful birthday party. Continue reading
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Taxation with Way Too Much Representation
At the library itself, the librarians rarely swipe anyone’s card, preferring instead to enter names from memory. One librarian mentioned that people frequently stopped her in the grocery store, asking her if they had any books overdue.
Posted in Art, Beauty, blogging, Business, Christian, Culture, Current Events, Daily Life, Economy, Encouragement, Family, Food, Growth, Humor, Job, Life, Lifestyle, Motherhood, News, Personal, Random, Relationships, Uncategorized, Work Tagged grocery store, Halloween, library, middle age, middle aged, taxation, taxes, Village People 2 Comments