My month (+) long hiatus from blogging was unintended.
I had big ambitions for July of filling up my queue with posts, photos, throw backs to some journal entries of different adventures in France. 712 more words
By Domenica Ghanem
People in poverty face employment barriers from several directions, but the obstacles may be stacked even higher against poor Hispanic-Americans. According to the United Planning Organization’s latest… 371 more words
Previously, I blogged about wanting to practice a school-like routine before beginning our actual school work. My motivation was based on wanting to ease my sometimes-strong-willed child gently into the schooling to avoid complete resistance; Elizabeth does love learning, but needs to be pushed in a way that is gently encouraging yet firm at the same time in order to move ahead. 515 more words
This is a book of free verse poems about the poet’s childhood experiences in nature, travel, and with his family during his visits to his grandparents’ home in Mexico. 116 more words
“When Papa was around, Mama loved to dance, but Mama doesn’t dance anymore,” is the first line of Mama I’ll Give You the World and that semi-vague statement is all that is ever said about the absent Papa that lives in the subtext of this children’s story. 432 more words