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Judge throws out 3 of 51 counts against Sandusky – Yahoo! News

June 21, 2012


“You may believe he exercised poor judgment, but poor judgment in itself does not warrant criminality,” he said. He also said that it is “not necessarily a crime to shower with a boy, lather with soap, engage in back rubbing.” via Judge throws out 3 of 51 counts against Sandusky – Yahoo! News. Yes it […]

Engage Your Community

June 7, 2012


This is where the rubber meets the road. If you want to teach your children to serve and help, this is your time!  Join Engage Your Community. Restore Love!

Kids moving out

March 19, 2012


Once my kids learned how to make their own quesadillas and peanut butter sandwiches and can now stay home alone, I’ve gotten a little addicted to kid-less freedom. I think it’s time they both move out. Reed is 9. Will is 7. They can handle it. But then I see pictures like the following… And […]

How, exactly, does that comprise an insult to Jews – or anyone else?

March 15, 2012


And if there is no eternal life, according to many religions, why does it matter if post-humous baptisms are performed? If you don’t see any validity in our practice of baptism for the dead, why does it ruffle feathers? As for the notion that the practice comprises an “insult” to Jews, ask yourself the following […]

New Study Finds School Choice Does No Harm to Public Education | The Friedman Foundation For Educational Choice

February 29, 2012


Another block stacked up against government run education.   If districts have school choice programs and lose a few hundred children, they really are benefitting financially because they keep many of the dollars spent on each child,” said Robert Enlow, President and CEO of the Friedman Foundation. “In no other business in America do you […]

How to Avoid Criticism in Relationships

February 14, 2012


This is the first TWEAK I’m adding to my complaints! For example, someone may make a critical remark such as “Why can’t you clean up after yourself?” A better way to say it would be, “I feel frustrated about how messy the house is.” The latter example focuses on the situation, rather than the person. […]

Finally someone who can put my thoughts to words!

February 4, 2012


Thank you Pioneer Woman who now by the way has her own TV show WHAT?!?! I thought she was JUST a blogging homeschool mom… So I’ve settled comfortably into this life””this life of a relaxed homeschooler. Now, I do have specific, quality materials I use””a bit of an a la carte hodgepodge. But I’ve come […]