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Project 365 and the 2012 Positive Parental Participation Challenge

Last year, bloggers on WordPress were given a challenge to write a post every day…it was called Post-a-day-2011.

This year, another daily post challenge has been issued by WordPress…Project 365.  Why not Project 366 since 2012 is a Leap Year with 366…

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Added by Vivian Kirkfield on January 6, 2012 at 8:12pm — No Comments

Will The View and The Chew Be Replaced in 2012?

 

Suicide rates in this country are alarming.

Domestic violence and child abuse stories are reported by the media every day.

People are angry and frustrated about foreign policy, the economy and lack of…

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Added by Vivian Kirkfield on January 1, 2012 at 3:53pm — No Comments

Will The View and The Chew Be Replaced in 2012?

 

Suicide rates in this country are alarming.

Domestic violence and child abuse stories are reported by the media every day.

People are angry and frustrated about foreign policy, the economy and lack of…

Continue

Added by Vivian Kirkfield on January 1, 2012 at 3:53pm — No Comments

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