Tag Archives: teenage daughters

The Good Habit Rabbit: Again

It’s school time again and I thought my readers might find this old post from 2013 of some value, especially those with kids.  Enjoy! We had our usual panic one morning before school. “Where’s my canteen card? I can’t find … Continue reading

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Indiana Jones and More about Choices . . .

“Choose wisely, my son!” There is a particularly poignant scene in the third Indiana Jones movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, where the ancient Knight guarding the Holy Grail (Christ’s drinking cup or chalice) admonishes the Nazi treasure hunter … Continue reading

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Hanging Masks and Teenage Feminism

Keep me away from the wisdom which does not cry, the philosophy which does not laugh and the greatness which does not bow before children.   ~Khalil Gibran I have a passion for carved masks.  I collect them from all … Continue reading

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