Archive for May 21st, 2013

I find this funny and good.


1. Dogs can be ready to leave the house in 5 seconds flat. 

2. Dogs love nap time 

3. Dogs don’t need their own cell phone 

4. Dogs don’t care if the peas touched the mashed potatoes. 

5. Dogs can be housetrained in 3 months 

6. Dogs don’t have to have the latest fashions 

7. Dogs never grow out of being kissed in front of their friends 

8. Dogs are not embarrassed if you sing in public. 

9. Dogs don’t constantly ask you “Why” 

10. Dogs don’t ask you for money 

Oh and there’s one more bonus reason……. 
If your dog get pregnant you can always sell her offspring.


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Nepotism: Problem in High School


Favoritism is a prominent issue that is occurring nation wide throughout all the educational institutions whether it be socially, physically or academicallyImage. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, favoritism can be defined as  “the favoring of one person or group over others with equal claims.” Favoritism is exactly how it sounds like; its favoring a person not because of the quality of their work but the status of their social apparatus. This can be demonstrated through honoring and  giving awards.  It is natural and reasonable to have favorites. We all have no doubt favorite food, hobbies, and colors. These express the individuality and freedom of a person. These are the aspects that make the world a better place. But when does it become a problem? Destructive favoritism through parenting, teaching and coaching is when it crosses the line.  Beginning at a young age, I was taught to treat everyone how I…

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Very true.

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Banana Bread

I can almost taste it!

Yonder Wild

my helper scooping ingredients

Recently my son declared that he wants to be a baker when he grows up.  I am not exactly sure where that came from, but he has always been interested in cooking and food, so it isn’t a total surprise.  (Of course, he still also wants to be a banker at the same time…so it isn’t exactly a finalized plan!)  The other day we saw that our library had a cookbook club for adults and I suggested we do our own cookbook activity at home.  Since we had some very ripe bananas, Banana Bread seemed like a great choice.  We used a simple recipe that I have used a couple times before from  foodnetwork.com (by Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger).  In fact, I used it for the Banana Bread loaves I made for our neighbors at Christmas last year!  I like this recipe because it’s easy to make and…

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Crochet girl’s hat

So creative.

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Pastor Ron Brooks

tragedyOnce again we are faced with a tragedy at a national level. With so much news coverage and social media, it is hard to protect our kids from the terrible news. Tom and I, along with Wayne Stocks and Linda Ranson Jacobs recorded a cmconnect radio podcast a while back about how to talk to kids about a tragic event.

You can listen to that discussion here

I have also put together a link of some other useful resources that could help have those difficult discussions. Hopefully they can help you or the families that you minister to.

There are links to focus on the family, Linda Jacobs, Brian Dollar, and more, all articles written to help have age appropriate discussions about tragic events with your children.


Follow the link to a list of great resources


Be sure to post a comment if you have a resource I…

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Love the thought behind this!

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Thank you for visiting this wonderful blog today so you can know a bit more about Little Nani, her stories, her world, and her author. OK, her author is not as interesting as Little Nani, but what can we do? They go hand in hand, so please bear with her.

Why are we here today? Because Little Nani is suffering a series of changes. “The Funny Adventures of Little Nani” was published for the first time last September 2012, both in print and in ebook form, on Amazon and Createspace. However, along the months, I started feeling less enthusiastic about my book, thinking that the cover was dull and boring, and also thinking that the stories could be improved, maybe going through some extra editing and proofing. So that’s what I did, and now I am much happier about the result and I trust that I will start…

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Miss Prim says,

Please don’t slouch

Even when you are sitting on the couch.

Try to hold your shoulders back

You will feel very relaxed.

Don’t slouch and slack.

Stand tall and proud

Always hold your shoulders back.”

That is what Miss Prim said

To Percy the pig

One hot July day

When she caught him rolling in all the hay.

She said,

Always hold your shoulders back.

Stand tall like a soldier does.

Don’t slouch and slack.

Even Lennie the lion

Stands tall and proud

Once he has combed his mane,

Because he likes to look neat.

He doesn’t slouch in his seat,

He sits tall and proud,

Like a soldier

Who stands out in the largest crowd.” 



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