Building Blocks 2007 Coming Soon

I have just two more days of work. We’re working 10 hours of overtime on Friday. (yeah! extra money!) I need to start packing. I have some ironing to do as I pack. I made a list of everything I need to bring. I’m going […]

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Lifestyle Learning

Mark Twain once said, I have never let schooling interfere with my education. This quote has a bit of ornriness. Twain obviously had a good understanding of ornriness because he wrote Tom Sawyer. While learning in a classroom, a child must have structure, productivity and […]

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Apollos, The Eloquent

Judges, Job and Acts. I have read from these books of the Bible this morning and discovered more about the man named Apollos who was aquainted with the famous apostle named Paul. I consider Apollos a coooooool guy.

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Ginny’s Emergency Room Visit

Alligator Food And Olive Juice Alligator food, alligator food, I wanna feed an alligator If I could. Olive juice, olive juice . . .OLIVE JUICE! How many juicy olives Should we use? I love you. I do. I do. I love you. Just smile for […]

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Educational E-Games: Spelling

I went to an educational game site called Gamequarium and funbrain. It is full of all kinds of educational games. There were links linked all over the place to other links. I’ve been looking through them for over an hour and have found a few […]

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Educational: The USA Game

Sometime (soon) when I become an official teacher of an official elementary classroom I want to have a serious underlying attitude that learning knowledge is serious business. And then, I want to use a bunch of creativity to make it enjoyable and fun. I have […]

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Marriage Communication

Where does time go on a Sunday morning? I got up at 5:30 and didn’t even finish reading the Bible passages for the day. My husband got up at 5:00! Sunday mornings before our children get up are a time in which we talk about […]

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Postcrossing and Postcards

I found an interesting website via Mrs. Happy Housewife. It is named Postcrossing. There you can register and then send out a postcard to someone in another country and receive one back. It’s a great and inexpensive way to learn some of other countries and […]

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Habitat For Humanity House

After lunch today, I went to the house our company is building with Habitat For Humanity. It’s a three bedroom house. It’s being built for a lady named Sarina. We put on siding. Jeremy, Mike and another guy (Sorry, I don’t know his name) climbed […]

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Missing You by Krauss and Waite

Allison Krauss has a voice like an angel. When she sings she turns gentleness into strength and you just wanna listen one more time to her songs and feel the underlying boldness that rises up through her softly sung words. She recently did a remake […]

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