All Blog Posts Tagged 'Paul' (8)

First You Get The Power

Remember my "Chicken Story"? I was so saddened at the death of my baby chick, I wrote a poem about him, then had it win 1st place in the school wide writing contest. I write when I'm trying to work through the process. Today, I find myself grieved again, only this time,…

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Added by Countess Veronica Philips on June 3, 2016 at 11:46am — No Comments

Obsessing About Mr. Wonderful

I'm giggling because I'm mildly obsessed with Mr. Wonderful these days. Anyone who's read my blog recently can attest to that. 

Could it be because he kinda reminds me of Paul Emerson, ruthless and calculating CEO of Blue Coat Capital? 

Check out my novel Unlikely Venture if you're…

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Added by Kristen Luciani on February 17, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Things I've Learned This Week

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** Trying to get my kids to organize their rooms is like trying to get a dog to scoop his own poop.

** I wish somebody would jump to make me dinner whenever I say I'm hungry.…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on December 6, 2013 at 12:16pm — No Comments

Book Review: Crazy Quilt by Paula Paul

The last time I’d cried because of a book was years ago and the culprit was Marley and MeCrazy Quilt is such a different book yet so alike in many ways. Both deal with death and loss, both are incredibly moving stories, and both remind us how short and precious life is. 

The story begins when our protagonist, Flora Adams, decides to visit…

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Added by Mayra Calvani on February 4, 2013 at 8:18am — No Comments

Sock It to Me! – An Amazing Gallery of Boys’ Socks

Socks: cool and wacky, classy and goofy, sweet and sharp – there is no such thing as too many socks; especially, when you deal with washer, drier and boys. Therefore, the more socks, the merrier and since this new trend of rolled-up pants and exposed bright and fancy socks is taking  men’s fashion by the storm we need to pay some serious attention to this sock business. Boys Be Cool…

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Added by Julia Angel on February 21, 2011 at 3:28pm — No Comments

Never Too Old

I did something this weekend that I have never done before…I went to my first rock concert. Yes, you heard that right…I have never been to a concert before. What concert was my cherry concert? Paul McCartney.… Continue

Added by Lanita Moss on July 28, 2010 at 6:00am — No Comments

Tall Tales: Paul Bunyan Day books, recipes and activities

Paul Bunyan Day? Yes, Paul Bunyan Day is Monday, June 28th and its a perfect time to have some family fun all surrounding this legendary figure.



Paul Bunyan is a larger-than-life folk hero lumberjack

who embodies frontier vitality. This larger than life legend reportedly "cut his teeth on a peavy pole and grew so fast that one week after being born, he had to wear his father's clothes."
His companion was a blue ox named… Continue

Added by Christian HomeSchool Hub on June 21, 2010 at 2:07pm — No Comments

Trying to conquer envy.

Here's the scenario:



It's the first day of school and you pile your kiddos into your comfy, paid-for minivan to drop them off. As you enter the school premises, you notice very big and shiny SUVs (the kind you always wanted)… Continue

Added by Anna on June 16, 2010 at 1:35pm — No Comments

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