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The Thorough Breakdown.

There is a decline in the knowledge of the person and the essence of God in our Churches today. The Bible describes it as a famine for the hearing of the Word of God. 837 more words


2014 in Review

I just looked at my dance event log for this past year, and hot. damn. I went to a lot of stuff, folks! More than twice as many events as 2013, and that’s not even counting the ones I organized. 332 more words


Only speak to your children when you feel good

Never speak to your children unless you know you’re in alignment, because if you’re not in alignment, whatever you say is not going to be to their advantage; and when you are in alignment what you will discover yourself saying is about what works, not about what you’re trying to get rid of.”

Abraham Hicks, 15/11 2014

How To Allow

"Facts Are Stubborn." - John Adams

“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclination, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” 759 more words


I Do Not Remember My First Day of School. Do You?

Homeschooling’s Black, White, and Gray Series 1 Episode 4

At age 29 I learned what I missed by not going to preschool. As a
preschool aide for a year in a Catholic school, I learned how certain kids howl, run away from teachers, and scream as they start the separation process from Mommy. 482 more words


8 Strategies That Nurture the Innovator Mindset

Reposted from Edutopia:

One thing that we always come up against, and I’m guessing it will sound familiar, is that students are often reluctant to engage in creative work because they fear making mistakes and are overwhelmed by open-ended design challenges. 151 more words


As you know, my husband accepted a position in October in Austin, TX. Since then, I have been applying for jobs in the area. On Tuesday, I interviewed with a district and have been offered an instructional coach position to work with teachers. 218 more words