Month: April 2013

Let your parents ride the mower

Back in October 2012, I posted an article called “Children and Chores: How to enjoy time with your kids.”  It was originally entitled “Ride the mower.” It talks about the importance of spending time with your children. This week, I was talking with my mother and mentioned we are getting a ride-on lawn mower.  She…
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It’s Friday!

Oh, my goodness!  How is it Friday already?  This week has just flown by! On the national front we have had the bombing in Boston, the explosion in Texas, the failure of the gun control legislation, the shooting at MIT, to name the big attention getters. On the personal front, well let’s just say I’ve…
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Cliches

Interestingly enough, it’s been a very busy week – but I don’t seem to have anything that struck a chord with me that I thought, “OH!  I’m going to BLOG about that!” I did participate in the Area Level of the International Toastmasters Speech Contest, and was rather surprised by one of the rules.  I…
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It’s in the eyes.

Did you know that you cannot always tell if a person has a disability or disorder just by looking at them?  Sometimes the person you think is behaving inappropriately (be it a child or an adult), may have an underlying cause that you cannot see.  Often times someone with a disability or disorder may look…
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