I remember where I was on this day so few years ago. I remember the sun was shinning brightly and the temperature was ideal for a spring day, though it was the beginning of fall. I remember my 3 children … Continue reading
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NEVER UNDERESTIMATE A CHILD’S CAPACITY TO COMPREHEND I have to agree with The Carpenters (old singing duo) about “Rainy Days and Mondays.” They do have a downer slant to them. At least that’s what I felt that drizzly Monday in … Continue reading
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“A Lesson in Jr. Junior Journalism, or Tiny Tots Can Teach You, Too” Impish is a great word. It suggests a playful trait, with just a dash of – you could be a pain if you worked at it. My … Continue reading
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