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Superwoman, excusues and a re-post…

“Well, some days you are Superwoman and can do anything…” The electric wheelchair was stuck in deep gravel, unable to go either forwards or backwards. It needed to move the few feet to the concrete path, but each attempt only … Continue reading

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Becoming Human: Exploring the Ethics of Science ~ Mary-Justine Lanyon on Delcroo’s latest book

Reblogged from Baja Moto Quest: Exploring the Ethics of Science By MARY-JUSTINE LANYON Managing Editor Renaissance Man – that term sums up the essence of Running Springs resident Ken Decroo. The retired educator has been a building contractor, a college … Continue reading

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See what my publisher and readers are saying about Becoming Human ~ Kenneth L. Decroo

Reblogged from Kenneth L. Decroo: WHAT READERS ARE SAYING: “Becoming Human by Kenneth L. Decroo is a frightening tale of science unguided by ethics, and the devastation that can be wrought by government agencies that operate without benefit of effective … Continue reading

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Storytelling With Children – Jennie Fitzkee

Reblogged from A Teacher’s Reflections: The reason storytelling has been a mainstay of communication for centuries goes far beyond imparting words to tell a story.  Words come to life when spoken aloud.  People have to listen, stretch their minds, and … Continue reading

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So It Begins: A Story Is Born – Jan Malique

Reblogged from Strange Goings on in the Shed: Does anyone else have difficulty with finding an appropriate title for their posts? The majority of mine loiter expectantly, try to catch my eye and impress with their marketing ploys. This one … Continue reading

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My very own pussy riot … Fransi Weinstein

Reblogged from 365 and Counting: It’s been close to 40 years since I’ve lived without a cat in my life and I’m shocked at how “still” and lifeless my apartment is. Eerily, uncomfortably so, to be honest. I’m amazed at … Continue reading

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Guest writer: Jennie Fitzkee – The Halloween Story

Storytelling is, and has always been, the foundation for language and learning.  I write about children, yet storytelling applies to all people.  Words and ideas are how we start to learn, and how we continue to learn. Everybody loves a … Continue reading

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The Lunchbox Note and Storytelling: Lifetime Lessons  from Jennie Fitzkee

Reblogged from A Teacher’s Reflections: Lunchtime in the classroom with fifteen preschoolers is very busy.  Once containers are opened, hot foods are heated, milk straws are inserted into their boxes, and napkins are found, things change.  Drastically.   Lunch becomes … Continue reading

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Telling Tales by Helen Jones

Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth: It came to me a while ago that perhaps we, as humans, are built to be storytellers. That it’s in our DNA, some vital part of us that cannot be denied. From the dawn of … Continue reading

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Flight of the Seer V

* Any creative endeavour involves hazard. We are fortunate enough to work with an eclectic and talented bunch of souls which inevitably lessens that hazard. With our previous Workshop, Leaf and Flame, we had made a rod for our own … Continue reading

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