We eat toast. A lot of it. I question our toaster's right to inhabit its highly coveted space on our kitchen counter.
Drawing Heals Childhood Wounds & Helps Me Think Better
When I was in eighth grade in 1978-79, at Sequoia Intermediate, in my hometown of Newbury Park, California, I had to choose an elective each semester. I remember the choices of drawing, ceramics, and leather. I don't remember anything about the other subjects offered. "Mom, I want to take the drawing class." "Why? You can't …
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Quotes of Wisdom 34 Motherhood – Grief and Joy
"With what price we pay for the glory of motherhood." ~Isadora Duncan American dancer, choreographer "Born on May 26, 1877 (some sources say May 27, 1878), in San Francisco, California, Isadora Duncan developed an approach to dance that emphasized naturalistic movement. She was a hit in Europe as a performer to classical music and opened schools that …
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Quotes of Wisdom 16 Love & Parenting
Love and parenting, our dreams and wishes... a quote from Elizabeth Stone, Amanda Bradley's Follow Your Dream poem, and a few lines expressing wishes of my own.