I don’t know why this struck me so funny, but it did. It really did.
Birds fly. Fish swim. People learn. ~ John Holt It turns out that the above quote is turning out to be more true than we thought! You’ve heard that babies are born already recognizing their mother’s voices, sometimes their father’s, and things like a passage from a book that mother read over and over. Well
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My annual Thanksgiving post-prandial pondering for 2011. Think I can use this as an example next time we study poetry? Turkey: all et Table: unset Remains: in foil Carcass: aboil Waistbands: loosed Extra pounds: caboosed
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Proud parent moment here: the director and voiceovers are my 13yo daughter; the star of the show is my 11yo son; the bit parts are my 7yo son and 5yo daughter. This is entirely their idea and execution. Enjoy! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JHg-VJ12sU]
I’m having the kind of week that I just hate. Not that things are going bad, just there are TOO MANY of them! This evening I am feeling like someone wired all my digits and plugged me into a socket and let me fry. (Yes, introvert, HSP, whatever you want to call it …) The move
So it seems that Kyro, age 6, seems to be one of those people who just happens to be susceptible to boils. He had one in an unmentionable location several years ago while still in diapers. Then a couple of months ago, a very large one rose up above his left knee. Volcano-like, the surrounding
Chicken pox has blessedly come and now just as blessedly gone for my four now-immune children. The pox parties are over (yes, a few people wanted to come over); life is returning to normal. Expect new posts very soon! 🙂 Yes, Lock has some on his tongue, Kyro has one directly on his lower eyelid, and
Lock (10) and his younger brother Kyro (6) are playing some kind of superhero game with stuffed animals. Lock is getting agitated: “You can’t be invincible, that’s not fair!” Kyro is getting a little weepy, insisting that he wants to be invincible, that it is not unfair! As I am starting to intervene, it occurs