Mother's Day

27 May 19
Tyee Kindergarten Blog

Dear Parents, This week we had Ian and Sarah come back from Planet Protector Academy: https://planetprotectoracademy.com/about-us/ They taught us about recycling and how to care for our Earth. They called on a kindergarten student to be a part of the play – Evan was chosen! We celebrated a birthday! Some snaps of show and tell: […]

27 May 19
Every New Season

These are my “someday” projects. When you turn seventy-five, you begin to realize that your opportunities to find that “someday” are steadily diminishing. This odd assortment of notebooks, journals, and scrapbooks are the private musings of four people: my father, mother, husband, and me. Especially precious is the “Scrap Book” (lower left), compiled by my […]

27 May 19
Reflections at Twilight

The Overcoming Mindset Paul A. Twelker Professor Emeritus of Psychology Trinity International University Psychologist Helen Bee has this to say about the pathways we take throughout our lives: It appears not to be maturity, wisdom, or even wealth or success that are the primary determinants of happiness or life satisfaction. Rather, it is the adult’s […]

27 May 19
Adventures of a Maryland Mama

This past past weekend J went to Ashville for my brother’s bachelor party. It was the first time he has left the three of us overnight. So after three days gone I thought I would be super cute to meet him inside the airport versus the arrivals drive through.  Well let me tell you… Trying […]

27 May 19
Canterbury School in Los Alcarrizos & Villa Altagracia

Hola from the Dominican Republic! Today we started our day off with a healthy and nutritious breakfast. After filling our tummies, we took a short trek through the community to a local church. We attended a service in which we sang and celebrated Dominican Mother’s Day. Walking back from the church, we visited houses that […]

27 May 19

Many of us have had dreams and ambitions and some of us have actually had the courage to do something about them and try to accomplish them. However, for some reason we may feel that it is not enough or cannot get up the gumption to get the ball rolling due to something internal that […]

27 May 19
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x79g68r?autoPlay=1″ width=”480″ height=”270″] The 2019 Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues is set to begin Monday evening at TD Garden in front of thousands of eager fans. But this won’t be the first time a New England team has squared off against a St. Louis team in a […]

27 May 19
Finding Your Real

I’ve been dragging my feet on creating a blog post, because in all honesty, I haven’t had any thing helpful or inspiring to say. I decided recently to shut down my Instagram account because it was draining my life force worrying about if people were actually interested in what I was writing. I came full […]

27 May 19
easynotes

Watch the lesson on YouTube Lines 1 – 4 The cardboard shows me how it was When the two girl cousins went paddling Each one holding one of my mother’s hands, And she the big girl- some twelve years or so. 1) The cardboard (photograph) shows the narrator how it was on that particular day […]

27 May 19
Site Title

ENG 401 UNIT I The Stone Age by Kamala Das The poem, The Stone Age, by Kamala Das has been taken from the collection of poems called The Old Playhouse and Other Poems (1973). The poem shows the relevance of extra-marital relationship in a ruined marital life. It reveals the pathos of the female speaker […]

27 May 19
This precious life

My hands split often, especially in the cold winter months or if I have been using a harsh soap. Since I use my hands for practically everything, when I have a split on them- it’s noticeable! I cannot just stop using my hands (believe me- being the germ phobia maniac that I am, I would […]

27 May 19
Gaining My Perspective

Guest blog spot: You guessed it! We’re back over at Impact Women. I hope you guys are jumping around to some of the other blogs up on that site because dang, my co-bloggers are Badasses (with a capital B) and it’s not a surprise that there is a massive movement being created here. So let’s […]

27 May 19
Manar's blog

    According to Merriam-Webster (Love) means: warm attachment, enthusiasm, or devotion affection based on admiration, benevolence, or common interests It was also describe in a very interesting word: God Greeks believed in love pretty much, they had a god for it named Cupid. Cupid and Psyche  (Novel) Cupid fell in love with Psyche and despite his […]

27 May 19
Taiwo AKINLAMI

I was 18 when I finished Secondary School. Myself and my twin brother Kehinde Akinlami relocated to Lagos to live with my uncle, Chief Gani FAWEHINMI and his first wife, Ganiat FAWEHINMI, my uncle having decided to sponsor our higher education since my father couldn’t continue to do so. He really wanted to but he […]