Monthly Archives: October 2008
“Freedom can exist only in the society of knowledge. Without learning, men are incapable of knowing their rights.” –Benjamin Rush I have never been one to be openly political. Politics were not a particular part of our fiber in … Continue reading
I love to bead. There is a creative meditative quality to beading. Others are bragging today, visit Sunday Scribblings. This is my 250th post. Yay me!!
I like fun challenges. The most recent? Display your senior year photo. Thanks to Eisha and Jules at 7-Imp for talking about it and for the trip down memory lane. I was very big into making my clothes, thus two … Continue reading
dread telephone call son is in hospital, come never ending fear Peggy, my friend and colleague is out the rest of the week. It began with a phone call Tuesday. Her youngest son is in the hospital with fever and … Continue reading
Milwaukie Farmers’ Market
Three of current notebooks, the smallest, always in my purse. The last three weeks have been so full of life events; from the Second Annual Blogging Conference to the birth of Amelie Elizabeth to the WA-OR School Library Conference, … Continue reading