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Movie Time! Wall-e and M.O.

It’s Media Motivation Monday, erm, Tuesday.  Growing up there was always the “go-to” movie that we watched over and over.   We had a whole series of them including Annie, Ghostbusters, Mister Boogedy, and Splash.  We would stick one on … Continue reading

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The Writer/Mom Paradox

Back in college one of my professors talked about the four stages of a relationship.  This relationship is usually with another person but can also be with a new career or hobby. First is the Honeymoon phase – Everything in … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Princess and the Frog

My hubby and I took the kiddos to see Disney’s latest, “The Princess and the Frog”.   My nearly two-year old sat happily in her booster until the previews started and then she insisted on running up and down the aisles … Continue reading

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Writing Exercise: Involve the Kids

Kids love hearing stories,  mine included.  Recently, I started to have him help me tell stories.  I supply a story fragment and he has to come up with the rest.  Not only is it a great way to learn about … Continue reading

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