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The Day I Hit The Same Deer Twice

Oscar Wilde said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.  However, I think Chris McGeown may not agree, so check out his most recent post where he mentions his car accident involving a moose.  When I read that post, I remembered … Continue reading

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Things To Change

I just read the latest from one of my favorite bloggers at The Zen Hiker.  He talks about the cool side of the pillow.  Except he says it better than that.  Immediately I thought about things I promised myself I would … Continue reading

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2 Peas In An ADHD Pod

The problem, the pediatrician said to me, is that we have to rely on ADHD parents to help their ADHD child.  Oh. I just stared at the doctor.  I almost said “Can we rely on someone else?”  But instead I … Continue reading

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The Missing Minute

Children have such a different perspective about everything than adults do.  I cognitively know that as a fact, but am still surprised when I hear it first hand. The other night my 10-year old grandson was talking with me via … Continue reading

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This is what happens when you don’t know science words in Spanish…

I’m fluentish in Spanish.  And I like making up words in other languages. Actually, I like making up words in English, too.  As an example, I tell my students that I am not an abuelita, I’m an abueloca.  For non-fluentish … Continue reading

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