There are some things in this world that really make me happy. As a mom, one of those things is when my children find creativity in writing. Today is one of those days. Last night, my 11-year old son brought home a graded writing assignment he’d been given in class. He was to pretend thatContinue reading “Move over Steinbeck!”
Seskis’ book was a wonderful read and I enthusiastically give it a full 5-star review!
This is a must-see documentary for EVERY parent and university-bound student!
Santa’s return to Rochester has been secured and the local Miracle Mile Shopping Center has set aside space for him to greet children and work on his toys.
“I went to a couple of places two years ago and I got seven hundred and something hate-mail warnings – ‘We know where you are going to be and we’ll be there waiting for you’, that sort of thing,” says Blume.
As parents, of course we don’t want our children to be disrespectful, but do we really want them to not question something they know is wrong, even if the perpetrator of the wrong-doing is an authority figure?
If To Kill a Mockingbird is a “filthy, trashy novel,” then I’d argue that our country needs a whole lot more “filthy, trashy novels.”
It is my right to decide what is and is not appropriate reading material for my children.
Kindness starts with a simple act. It starts with a smile or a helping hand. It starts with you, and it starts with me.
A group of local residents have come together to relocate The Real Santa to a new location in Rochester but, to do so, they need money to pay him for his time…not to mention to feed the reindeer.