Monthly Archives: March 2011

Tech Help Needed…Buying a New Smart Phone!!!

Every two years, I experience a mixture of excitement and dread, as I pick out a new cell phone. Excitement because it is like getting a new toy, and dread because I want to find something that will serve my … Continue reading

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Just for Fun…Belly Dancing Bears

Considering that I’ve mentioned in various posts my daughter’s love for belly dance class, I want to share her drawing that she presented to me. Apparently, bears love to belly dance to veil choreography too.

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Op-Ed: Inaction Matters…Reflecting on the Death of the Boy in the Van

// var addthis_config = {“data_track_clickback”:true}; View more videos at: http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com. This video is from two weeks after Bryan Nevins’ death. In July, it was reported that twenty year old, Bryan Nevins, who had Autism and was a resident of a … Continue reading

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Why We Home School…A New Spin on Life

// var addthis_config = {“data_track_clickback”:true}; As a homeschooling parent, I am keenly aware of some derogatory stereotypes associated with the choice to educate children at home. Homeschooling is often portrayed by the media as a backward process with exclusionary motives. … Continue reading

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