Making ‘cents’ when it comes to education

I think every parent wants their child to have better opportunities than they were able to have, or afford. Just about anyone with a child wants their child to be able to have a better life than their own (and if they don’t, then maybe they should re-think this whole parent thing). With that inContinue reading “Making ‘cents’ when it comes to education”

The TIME in bathtime

Time is going by fast. My wife is giving our son a bath as I write this. It’s Sunday night, the temperature outside is a reminder that fall’s crisp breeze will be here anytime. Inside the house, the lights are low, there’s no TVs on, and the only sounds throughout our home, other than myContinue reading “The TIME in bathtime”

What I’m Reading: Some magical quotes from “Magical Child”

I’m still reading Joseph Chilton Pearce’s “Magical Child.” Rather than bore anyone with my attempts at a book review, I thought I’d share a slew of quotes and notes I found interesting amid the next few chapters. Chapter 2 – Matrix Shift: Known to Unknown “The womb offers three things to a newly forming life:Continue reading “What I’m Reading: Some magical quotes from “Magical Child””

Dry-erasing the memories as a new chapter starts

It’s been an emotional 24 hours, and it all begins with a dry erase board. What? A dry erase board? How much wallop can a piece of plastic sitting on the refrigerator really pack? Quite a bit, actually. You see, the dry erase board has been hanging on our fridge from the day we firstContinue reading “Dry-erasing the memories as a new chapter starts”