Ok, there is no beauty in typos, I am just trying to draw editors away from the hundreds of typos in this blog. One might say, " if you are going to put this platform in your portfolio, go through, and edit the typos." I will get there one day, but can I explain myself? … Continue reading The Beauty of Typos
Finally, a book featuring a multi-ethnic family that is not about "being" a multi-ethnic family. Instead, Oscars Half Birthday follows Oscar, his mom,dad and big sister on a very regular outing on a special day. If you're thinking of ideas for a party then follow Oscar's family as they pack lunch,take a walk, observe the … Continue reading Oscars Half Birthday– Book Review
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—you can plan for another break–two nights in Seaside, Oregon in October. Source: Spread Self Care and earn Two Nights in Seaside Oregon this Fall.
Sorry for the bad posts today-we are in repair mode--we will be up by 10:00 p.m. PST
If Grey and Hughes were out for coffee, they would very well agree on their strategies to assist traumatized children
After a long hiatus, Mezclados is back with a bigger mission . In the beginning, we wrote about ethnic diversity and family. We've expanded to include writing on more things that make family unique. Disability, LBGT themes, multicultural, divorced, single,co-parenting, and spirituality. It's not just about my family anymore and as a result I'll need … Continue reading We’re back.
Just a great pic of my Mother In-Law.
By Monica Maria Tetzlaff This has been a year of heritage for our family. Our daughter Hannah is African American and my partner and I are of European heritage, specifically German in my case. Brad, my partner is German and Scottish, but is not a German speaker. I am close to my heritage because … Continue reading Ghana Light German Light.
Once upon a time Melissa Culross dreamed of singing, but she told herself and others that she couldn't sing outside of the shower. One day, she realized that it was all a lie. In fact she found that she was her own biggest critic. Since she'd never sang in front of people or regularly performed … Continue reading Velveteen Your Life, or How to Become a Real Artist.