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Wheelnuts! Spooky Smack Down

Knife and Packer


ISBN 9781743627235

RRP $12.99

Age 7+

Date of publication November 2014

Reviewer Megan Stuart

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What's on my mind? | Dear Diane

I just found this short piece plus two others Diane sent me via email. I’m adding them to my Dear Diane collection. For those who are new: Diane, my Sister #3, died of ALS in 2006. 722 more words

Spiritual Formation

Trolling, Trolling, Trolling...

One thing I find the most fun about being a parent is trolling my kids. I’ve always loved it–from the moment I put on a Darth Vader voice-changer mask and picked my sons up from elementary school to the time last year I, with the help of my younger son, covered every inch of my older 18 year-old metal-head son’s bedroom (including ceiling) with pictures of pop stars and questionable fashion and perfume ads from teen magazines such as Teen Beat (he was out at the time and when he came home–with friends in tow–the shocked look on his face as he stood staring into his transformed bedroom was, as they say, priceless.) 238 more words


Season 1, Episode 11: The Drought

“He’s just perfect perfect perfect perfect
… and I’m the girl who farts” – Carrie

MR Big isn’t perfect at all. He has an entirely average physique, a floppy fringe he doesn’t really carry off, and at least one pair of old-man pyjamas.

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Uneasy laughter

My son had looked eagerly towards the six grade field trip to the science museum. So it surprised me that on the afternoon of the field trip I received a call from the vice principal saying there was a problem. 653 more words

Group Psychology

My Phony Valentine by Chuck Thurston

As a kid, I heard this story many times. My dad had a married nephew, my cousin – who was the son of an older sister, and much older than I (I won’t name names here). 136 more words

My Partner in Crime

I was looking for something to cheer me up today and I found this. And this is why I treasure my BFF since 7th grade. One picture says it all. 14 more words

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