In which the mother admits to being a delinquent library groupie.
In which John Pavlovitz reminds us that we are Human first.
In which the mother gives her family 24 days to remember to send a card.
In which the retired teacher discusses education. (Not nearly as boring as it sounds.)
Folks work with crochet hooks, knitting needles, material and thread, and everything a person would think of when weaving with yarn. Sometimes we weave items for friends, for presents, for sale, or just to satisfy ourselves with a peaceful hobby. The project may exist as one large piece or may be many small pieces that… Continue reading Weaving the yarn…
I was nominated as “Versatile” by the wonderful Superwifeandmummy. I think she did it mostly out of kindness, but I’m going to try to live up to my new award. You should check her blog out, she is very versatile herself, and often funny too. First I want to give a sincere thank you to… Continue reading The Versatile Blogger Award
Sometimes writers believe that adding a touch of their natural speak helps the reader feel more comfortable with their words. I believe this to be true to a point. If you read Stephen King, you can almost hear that New England accent from many of the actors in his movies. If you read Charlaine Harris,… Continue reading A Little Goes a Long Way…
In which the editor considers how changing technology has affected learning and memory
Another of Lize Bard's exquisite haiku and photo. Source: Expand