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San Fran

It’s so good to be back home, and to see your bright smiling faces this morning.  I’ll share a brief photo essay of what our time was like in San Francisco–the city of steep streets, sea lions, bread bowls, and cable cars.  [Forgive the blurriness on some of the pictures.  They were taken with an […]

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Painted Lady Butterflies

You’re familiar with The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle, right?  The caterpillar emerges from an egg, then proceeds to eat his way through various, delicious foods (including a hot dog and piece of cake!).  He makes a “cocoon” (really, a chrysalis…you wonder how the editor missed that one!), then emerges days later a fabulous […]

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Creative Capital Artist Development Project

As promised.  Scoot closer.  I’m going to tell you all about the workshop I attended this past weekend.  Ready?  Do you have your cup of joe in hand? First, I must tell you about the people who presented this great wealth of information to us.  Creative Capital is “a national grant-making not-for-profit organization that gives […]

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Modern Art for Kids

There’s something about design and art and creativity and beauty that makes my heart and mind race a tad faster.  I’m happiest when I’m surrounded by new ideas.  [That’s been my experience with children, too.] So, when I find hip, funky projects that are feasible to do with little ones (or with anyone), I corral […]

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Spilling Open

Wow.  I just finished the most amazing book.  I’m eager to share it with Liliana when she’s old enough.  I think this would become one of those books that acts as Are You There, God?  It’s Me, Margaret did for teenaged girls way back when.  What a relief, what a revelation–when you realize that someone […]

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