I have (what I’m told is) an unusually strong sense of smell. Maybe this is the whole “sense compensation” phenomena
I would like to issue a great big thank you to the blogger of Cultural Quirks today. I have already done this in the comments section, but I feel the need to say it again, now a few hours later. … Continue reading
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Nope, I didn’t forget to proofread, I really mean CENTS.
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I lead what most people would call a “go with the flow” lifestyle.
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I’m not talking about things I can actually do or even a great game. I’m talking about the things my kids THINK I can do/control.
There is no better way than calling these three words to start a stampede in a house full of kids!
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Being present during a conversation means more than just being physically there.
—Whether rich or poor, residents of the United States or China, illiterate or college graduates, parents who have books in the home increase the level of education their children will attain, according to a 20-year study led by Mariah Evans, … Continue reading