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Early morning worry

It’s 3:30 in the morning and I am up. I was woken by a dream where my parents were yelling at me because I neglected my son. 365 more words

#85: Quite the Vocabulary

We get to the library to find out it closed at 5 due to summer hours:

Maia: “This rule is ridiculous, preposterous and infuriating!”

Yeah, but how do you really feel about it, Maia?

Motherhood, Somedays

“Somedays, the only thing I accomplish is taking care of my children, and that often means forgoing my duties as a cook, maid, dishwasher, friend, wife, chauffeur, playmate and individual.”

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Dog-sitting: A helpful reminder as to why I don’t have children

Every few years I make the epic mistake of volunteering to watch a friend’s dog for a few days. I love dogs. They are wonderful, happy little creatures who can be so much fun to have around in small doses. 1,038 more words

 Think Small! A Beginner’s Guide to Using Technology to Promote Learning Part 2

Incremental steps toward integrating technology in teaching can pay big dividends by Beverly R. King

Part 1 is here.

Conduct Small(er), More Refined Searches… 604 more words


Every day I'm a mother, a little piece of me dies.

Author: Mary Katherine

Every day I’m a mother, a little piece of me dies.

When Ben is in his highchair and I’m cleaning the floors and dishes. 408 more words