My Green/Yellow Brain has been diligently working on the final edits and revisions for the Teacher’s Activity Guide for “Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift”, which will be available in a few weeks. During the revision process my dyslexia and the technology skills I have been highly challenged. What encouraged my Blue Brain and calmed my…

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I am thrilled to announce that there are only 18 more days until… the premier musical performance of The Invisible Visible Gift at the Broadway Theatre in Pitman, New Jersey. Dates: Thursday, October 10th & Friday, October 11th, 2013 Time: 10:00 am Place: Broadway Theatre 43 South Broadway, Pitman, NJ Educational Series: The musical production,…

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Question: What must every writer do when she or he has a deadline for writing a book? Answer: Put their tushy in the chair! And stay focused on the writing task. It is not easy or comfortable. You must put other business and writing projects aside. But it gets the job done! Yesterday, my Green…

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Today, as our country and the world remembers the tragedies of 9/11 it is difficult to find the words to express my feeling. I think the poem I have include in this post, expresses what so many of us are thinking and feeling today about the individuals who perished, the individuals who were injured, the…

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I will preface this post by letting you know that the words come from my Blue Heart and Brain! Last week, a High Holiday article written by Rabbi John L. Rosove in the Chicago Jewish News resonated with me. The rabbi wrote about about wishing others a “L shana tovah”. The literal translation for  this Hebrew…

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Senior Citizens are always encouraged to learn something new to keep their brain power and abilities strong and healthy. This past Spring, after my 68th birthday, I told my husband I wanted to learn how to crochet, again. I had crocheted with my maternal grandmother when I was a little girl. However, I never had…

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I have used iYogi for tune-ups for my computer for many years. The 24/7 technicians always do a fine job of solving any technical problems I have with my computer. I also chuckle when they close the conversation with…”Good Karam!” Yesterday, the technician showed me a page that was called the “FAULT BUCKET” were errors…

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My Orange Brain is resourceful, which means I am always looking for new studies about gluten problems, sensitivity, and solutions. One of my resources is my subscription to the Kumbquat Blog and Facebook page. I like the recipes, however, my Blue Brain adapts the recipes because of the dairy and sugar ingredients and my allergies. Today,…

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My physician recently related a story to me about a little girl who questioned her mother in her pediatrician’s office. The little girls mother and aunt also were physician. While waiting for her female pediatrician, the little girl asked, “Mommy can boys be doctors?” When my physician’s son saw a woman umpire during his brother’s…

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Last night, I was taking a load of laundry out of the dryer. To my dismay, again, the laundry was covered with Kleenex snow flakes. Again, I was overwhelmed with laughter. Yesterday, I needed a Kleenex during my Yoga class and I reached into the pocket of my jacket and was delighted to find a…

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