var linkwithin_site_id = 563873; http://www.linkwithin.com/widget.js Do you like to make lists? If you do, then you and I should chat. Have you ever considered going home for the day when you couldn't find your to-do list at work? Have you ever made the same list twice? I have lists of things to do, lists of … Continue reading Why We Make Lists
I found a fresh little breeze in Alabama's sweltering heat reading Beth Hoffman's Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt. This best-seller is about a 12 year old girl facing more of life's problems than anyone should have to face in a lifetime. While Cee Cee found solace in her books, what saved her were a handful of deeply compassionate, … Continue reading Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt and Children Everywhere
var linkwithin_site_id = 563873; http://www.linkwithin.com/widget.js I love movies. No, I really love movies. There's definitely something to be said for escaping into another world. I started thinking about some old movies that I've always liked and thought I might bring a little "educational twist" to some of them. Just for fun, I've rewritten the … Continue reading Classic Films: What if they were about education?
What does it say about you when you can't catch a turtle? I've been wondering this the entire month of June. When we returned from our beach vacation at the beginning of the month, we discovered a new houseguest. This not-so-small creature has the biggest room at our place - our pool. We have an … Continue reading Lessons from My Pool Turtle