This image circulated social media the other evening: a completely blacked out map of the United States. Someone had been tracking each dioceses’ responses to covid and social distancing, and on Sunday, all public Masses had been canceling across the entire country.
Reading to babies and toddlers isn’t always the great experience we imagine it will be. They throw, rip, and eat the books. I remember with my first child thinking that I will start reading right away…and she couldn’t sit for longer than maybe 30 seconds at a time! How do you read to this age?
Storytelling is one of the oldest arts in human history. The images of drawings inside caves show us even the earliest people described their lives and shared their history through story. Stories have the ability to teach lessons and morals, provide a distraction during a difficult time, and transport us to times and places weContinue reading “The Power of Story”
It’s 11 PM, March 4th, and I’m on my phone placing a bulk order of cold, flu and basic medicines to fortify my home medicine cabinet. For the past couple of several weeks I had been following the situation in Wuhan, and then Italy and Iran. I couldn’t really believe my eyes, and like mostContinue reading “Corona Diaries 1”
**i wrote this four years ago, but it’s a good reminder! Maybe I’ll get around to editing it sometime… :)** So, we are a month into 2016. I’m sure you already read your fill of New Year Resolution posts – posts and articles about how we are going to lose weight, save money/pay off debt,Continue reading “Tuesday’s Tip: Quit Facebook”
If I you are like me, you’ve browsed through Facebook or Pinterest and wondered how all those fancy and creative images are created? Most web designers and graphic designers are most likely using Adobe Photoshop (Ps), which is an incredible tool. Ps and other Creative Suite software are among the standards in the industry, butContinue reading “Tuesday’s Tip: Make Your Own Social Media Graphics”
Ok, I will be honest. Until recently, brushing my toddler’s teeth hasn’t been the easiest task. She greatly disliked it, even though she helped pick our the Tigger and Pooh brushes. It was such a battle of wills, and although I usually won, it still was a generally unpleasant task. Thankfully, it has becomeContinue reading “Brushing Teeth: there is an App for that?”
I always start the day off with the best of intentions, but then dishes pile up, the kid(s) wants to go to the park and it takes a long time to get out the door, clothes have to be washed and put away, etc, etc, etc (you get the idea.) It can be really hadContinue reading “Thoughts on how to Stay Productive at Home”
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So, we have learned about making a head and body in HTML, and now we need to actually print something onto our page. Paragraph and Heading tags The majority of your website content will be written in a <p> tag, or the paragraph tag. This is the tag to write basic sentences and form paragraphs.Continue reading “HTML Lesson 3: Paragraph and Heading Tags”