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All Blog Posts Tagged 'telling' (3)

The Magic of Tea and a Bit of Fun With Reading Tea Leaves

Tea is on of the most popular drinks in the world. Over three billion people drink tea every day. There are flavors to please almost everyone.

Earl Grey, a lovely black tea with bergamot, Chamomile, a delicate, green flavored tea which helps us relax, Hot Cinnamon Sunset, my…

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Added by Dea Lenihan on September 18, 2015 at 12:00am — No Comments

Changing My Perspective

I wake up the next day, and before I’m out of bed, BOOM it hits me just like that. Everything in my mind has changed. This isn’t just a good thing, it’s a great thing. It is a blessing. I want kids. So maybe it didn’t happen the way that I thought it would. It definitely didn’t happen the way I envisioned, but that doesn’t mean it’s anything but great. I say it again to myself It is a blessing!

My brother’s statement from last night plays again in my head, “If you think of it…

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Added by Jessica Rector on December 19, 2012 at 11:16am — 1 Comment

Is it okay for kids to lie?

I always stressed the truth while raising my children. As a matter of fact, if they did something wrong, as long as they would tell me the truth about it, they would most likely not get into trouble. I always figured that they would face the consequences of their actions anyway.



The one thing I could never tolerate is lying.

Was I wrong?



I just read an article, "Why Kids Lie-An… Continue

Added by Harriet B on November 13, 2008 at 9:57am — No Comments

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