Monthly Archives: July 2011

Parenting is Hard Work or is it?

Today I was reading a blog posting about Parents Day (which, in case you missed it was July 24, was founded in 1994 and is generally ignored in favour of Mother’s and Father’s Day). The focus of the blog is … Continue reading






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After Harry Potter — What’s Next?

Take Your Kids to the Library It was a cold, rainy, dreary day as I joined about fifty of my neighbours trying to huddle under one small tent. We couldn’t all fit so we raised our umbrellas and focused our … Continue reading






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We Have Nelson Mandela

“We have Nelson Mandela. All of us have visited his jail call and Robben Island (where he was imprisoned for 27 years for his antiapartheid political activities.) His example of forgiving his oppressors and his creation of the Truth and … Continue reading






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The Most Powerful Tool We Have

What is the most powerful tool we have to offer our kids when teaching that to do the right thing? Today’s article is taken from the book Who’s in Charge Anyway? Mirror Images It was a foggy morning and I … Continue reading






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