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Lesson 12 Journal

This week I learned a lot about buying an existing business and about issues that can arise with family businesses. From the DAG group case study I learned a lot about working as a group to create a business. 377 more words

Lessons Learned

Book Review: Little Muslimah

Title: Little Muslimah
Author: Umm Sumayyah 
Illustrator: Hillary Scott
Publisher: Minaret Press
Level: Picture Book
Pages: 32

Little Muslimah is an endearing story by first time author, Umm Sumayyah, as she documents the special relationship between a young girl and her mother. 412 more words

Children's Books

Tuna Mornay




Tuna Mornay

I love eating tuna mornay and I haven’t had a version of tuna mornay yet that I didn’t like. My Nanna’s tuna mornay is my favorite, she cuts hard boiled eggs in half and puts them in and give the mornay one last stir, just before she serves – I looove hard boiled eggs (especially curried ones, but that’s another blog). 80 more words

Things To Do With Kids

THE MEANING OF HOLIDAYS, THEN AND NOW

Just before Thanksgiving (2016), my older brother, Jim, texted me to ask what I was doing for Thanksgiving. They, he wrote, were going out for dinner with another couple. 1,534 more words

Family

WHAT ABOUT THE CANAANITES?

“The God I don’t understand”, for many people, is easily identified. It’s the God of the Old Testament. Those who wish to deride the Christian faith in general find their sharpest ammunition ready made here. 710 more words

Faith

Peter Rabbit Rocks

Today I am 10 months and 14 days old. Beard is still keeping his head down (in fact he is acting like he is on an escape and evasion exercise in the Army), Blonde is still suffering from Woman Flu. 478 more words

Parenting

Five Details.

Happy December friends! Last night, the five of us, including the dog, shuffled into the car and made the drive to the local Christmas tree lot where we’ve been going to since the boys were babies. 191 more words

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