Monthly Archives: November 2012

When building a web site

At work I am starting to take notes on a course that teaches what needs to be kept in mind when building a web site. I’m starting it but remember the following suggestions. 1. People go to web sites to … Continue reading

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Spelling Choir

I have always spelled this word wrong. I can’t even think of a phrase to help me remember the “OI” of the word. So I will try a visual image. Singers open their mouths wide to project the words they’re … Continue reading

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Dealing with Deadlines

This information is from some notes I took while attending a panel, during a previous year of my favorite symposium, Life the Universe and Everything. Those listed on the panel were: Elana Johnson, Rebecca Shelley, Emily Sorensen. – To meet … Continue reading

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lubricating a treadmill

If you haven’t noticed yet. Many of my blogs are self serving. I have to do research on something to fulfill a need in the household and lubricating a treadmill is one of those needs. (now to just use it) … Continue reading

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Humor to teach forgiveness:

There are many ways to teach a Christian principal to the family. And one fun way is to present a serious topic through a joke. I hope today’s lesson can be of use to youth ministries, family devotionals, family counselors, … Continue reading

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Man verses wild TV show notes three

I never watched this show while it was on TV but love seeing sections on YouTube. A brave guy. I find the information on this T show interesting and informative. Might be useful someday in my fantasy writing. For your … Continue reading

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Spelling Familiar

A liar will often tell a lie cloaked in or as part of a famiLIAR truth. What ways do you use to remember the spelling of this word? Feel free to share.

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Killer Openings

This information is from some notes I took while attending a panel, during a previous year of my favorite symposium, Life the Universe and Everything. Those listed on the panel were: Jessica Day George, Dene Low, Lisa Mangum and Steve … Continue reading

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List of links of Christmas stories

http://holidays.kaboose.com/christmas/stories/xmas-stories.html http://www.familychristmasonline.com/stories_other/other_stories.htm http://www.santaclaus.com/favorite-christmas-stories.php http://www.familiesonlinemagazine.com/christmas.html http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=16011 http://www.drlaura.com/b/Favorite-Family-Christmas-Stories/59540406483129002.html http://the-office.com/bedtime-story/christmasfamily.htm http://books.google.com/books/about/The_Everything_Family_Christmas_Book.html?id=cRgBkBWk_B4C http://williamstreefarm.com/christmas/stories/stories-the-bacidor-family-christmas-traditions/ http://inheritanceofhope.org/childrens-literature.html?gclid=COGxzsro3LMCFYp_QgodXFwA3w http://www.best-books-for-kids.com/family-christmas-traditions.html http://www.focusonthefamily.com/parenting/holidays/making-meaningful-christmas-memories.aspx http://christianity.about.com/b/2010/12/21/christmas-stories.htm http://www.thoughts-about-god.com/christmas/ http://williamstreefarm.com/christmas/stories/stories-the-clark-family-s-christmas-tree-tradition/ Do you have a favorite site?

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Making what you learn in elementary school REAL

Today’s blog is borrowed from some content of a story telling event I presented called Traits of a Hero. In the latest version of this presentation I present examples through story telling, history, fiction and movies of how what you … Continue reading

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