Tag Archives: Writing

Three Years And Counting

This column begins my fourth year writing about the adventures, advice, and accomplishments of being a parent and human being. I have always found writing stories and anecdotes to be the best way for me to figure out (that’s Texas … Continue reading

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8000 Ways to Paint Your Toenails

A few days ago I was scrolling, scrolling, scrolling when I spied the title to an article that grabbed my attention. “Ah-ha,” I thought, “Finally, something that sounds interesting.” I tapped the link and watched the little blue circle do … Continue reading

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The Adventures of Wilder Good – Texas Grit

New Book out by S.J. Dahlstrom I just finished reading Dahlstrom’s first book The Elk Hunt to our fifth graders at school. They loved it. Can’t wait to get my copy of Texas Grit. I highly recommend these books for grade school … Continue reading

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The Incredible PO

  The Incredible PO Watching the Winter Olympics this week has been so much fun. I cheer on all competitors, cry when they run a video of their story, and clap when they perform. I have seen spins, twists, flips, … Continue reading

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Roosters, Eggs, and a Blue Net

Roosters, Eggs, and a Blue Net   On the way to school this morning we discussed the antics of roosters. The teen recalled how one large Rhode Island Red fellow chased her around the house several times when she was … Continue reading

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December in July?

December in July? December is such a crazy month. We are all rushing around trying to end the semester for school, buy everything we need for Christmas, cook up twenty pounds of sugar, attend all the parties, band concerts, parades … Continue reading

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Door Frames, Stories, and Smiles

Door Frames, Stories, and Smiles   With this column, I start my second year of sharing Six in the Morning with you. I started writing Six in the Morning years ago for my kids. At the time, we had six … Continue reading

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