In this post: Olympic artwork, a countdown chain, an Olympic matching game, and an origins video. What’s your favorite Summer sport?
Hello, dear ones! We are all about the Olympics over here at the Dover household. I enjoy the races and gymnastics. Since we’re not starting school until…Continue
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The sun is shining and the warm breeze is blowing... this is the perfect time for water play! Sure, you can put the sprinklers on in your backyard... or you could visit one of these 14 Splashtastic Water Parks in Illinois! No setup or cleanup necessary - music to a parent's ears!
CoCo Key Water Resort (Rockford, IL)
Boiling the ocean.
So cliché. We hear those words all the time in corporate America. It basically means you are trying to do way too much within a given endeavor/timeframe. Usually, those projects end up failing because you didn't focus your efforts on the goal at hand and you let things get way out of control to the detriment of your resources.
But those words also have a lot of relevance for startup entrepreneurs, whose budgets are considerably smaller and time to market may…Continue
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When I started reading this book, the first thoughts which came into my mind were that, it’s amazing how ignorant one can be, about events which happened in your own…Continue
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Visual comedy, life lesson and cute little blue guys is a winning formula for cast and Raja Gosnell the director of The Smurfs 2. I saw the movie in NYC at a blue carpet screening, it was very exciting for my daughter to meet the smurfs,…
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Despite living in one of the most abundant countries in the world there are still Americans who live in food insecure situations. Of course, this disproportionately affects children and families. In fact, 1 in 6 Americans go hungry every day and in 2011, households with children reported food insecurity at a significantly higher rate than those without children, 20.6 percent compared to 12.2 percent, according to…Continue
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My husband is considering nominating me for the show "Worst Cooks in America," and I think I may actually have quite a…Continue
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You don't have to be an economist to know the economy sucks right now. Unemployment has yet to drop below 9% and in some states like my adopted home state of North Carolina, that figure is way above 10%. Fourteen million people out of work and those are just the ones still being counted. It's downright depressing. This week the media is abuzz about President Obama's job…
Added by Portia Mount on September 6, 2011 at 7:11am — No Comments
So how did you do?
One week ago, I challenged you, along with myself, to see if we could collectively stop the habit of using Reality TV Parenting as a way of spending time with our kids. Borne of my own guilt of using the latest episode of Survivor or anything on The Food…
Added by Samantha Kemp-Jackson on May 16, 2011 at 5:45pm — No Comments
Image courtesy of The Food Network
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Middle Tennessee is part of what is known as the Bible Belt. A church on every corner is how we are depicted. For every church, there are five associate ministers waiting to hear “the call” to start their own church or begging God that main preacher will allow them to preach one Sunday. We have several national Christian organizations that are headquartered in Nashville: the Southern Baptist Convention, the National Baptist Convention, and the General Board of…Continue
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