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What Do You See? Baubles blue and green Sunny shore Tie it tightly Knee, knocked knee Lift. Red and Orange Froth and Myrrh hide between Flick a flea, please And love beneath Silt. Purple maze Crazy daisy May I never … Continue reading
After reading this article I began to think, for the first time, intentionally and critically about the subject of stereotypes in American Children’s Literature. In this post I’ll be using naughty words like racism, oppressive and I’m sure you will … Continue reading
“Maybe if the world didn’t see us as crusaders against wickedness and sin, but salt and light, they’d be more inclined to listen to the supposed good news we’re offering?” What is salt? Simply, a preserver and flavor to make … Continue reading
It’s Saturday. I can almost think cognitively, now. But why do I feel so irritated? Like some tiny finger in my brain is tapping, tapping, tapping, tapping, etc. Let’s review some highlights from the week: The daycare lost a part-time … Continue reading
A thoughtful and balanced view! I enjoyed reading this very much.