FYI: I Want To Share The Technology To Cure My Skin Cancer!

Sharing Information about My Skin Cancer I normally do not share serious personal information. However, I feel it is critical to share information about my skin cancer and the technology to cure the squamous cell carcinoma on my shin. A few weeks ago, I had been working in my gardens and thought I had a…

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Signed Contract for 7th Book!

My Writing “Brainbow” My Orange Brain is excited to share that I have  signed a contract with my publisher, SLACK Books, for my 7th book! My Blue Brain is happy that I will be working with Brien Cummings, who is the Senior Acquisitions Editor. My Green Brain is eager to begin my research for the…

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If you have ever felt defeated and wanted to quit, read this…

Feeling Overwhelmed Many people, including me, have felt that heart break that the past 14 months have been filled with:  Coronavirus, unemployment, children learning from home, political battling, injustice, and prejudice. Life has been emotionally, financially, and physically challenging, and devastating for so many women, men, and children. Whenever, my Blue Brain and Heart are…

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“Who” Is Living/Working Inside?

“Who” Is Living In Our Tree? My husband and I discovered this large hole, 25 feet up in huge Box Elder tree, in our back yard. We could not see into the hole to know what type of bird, raccoon, squirrel, or owl is living or has been living in the tree. I was excited…

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Celebrate A Happy Administrative Professionals Day and Week!

Administrative Professionals Day Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 21st is Administrative Professionals Day. It is a day observed yearly in a small number of countries. This day is not a public holiday. However, in some countries, it falls within Administrative Professionals Week. History Admin Professionals Day has been celebrated since 1952. Then is was referred to as…

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The Daffodil Principle That Will Change Your Life!

Spring Time Hurrah! Spring is attempting to arrive in Chicago! I decided to share this story, when I saw how profusely my daffodils were in bloom today. Brain Color Clues I am an avid Blue Brain Gardener and this thought-provoking story is one of my favorites. It is rather long, but I promise, is worth…

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“A Garden For Daily Living” – An Inspiring and Clever Poem to Help You Through This Challenging Time

Nature and Nurture My Blue Brain is happily watching the nature’s beautifully peaceful snow-fall. I know the moisture will nurture our gardens, flowers, bushes, and trees to keep them healthy for their springtime transition and change. New Beginnings As our new year and our new United States presidential administration begins, I thought about what each…

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Easy Tips to Keep 2021 Your New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolution History The tradition of the New Year’s Resolutions can be traced back to 153 B.C. Janus, a mythical king of early Rome was placed at the head of the calendar. With two faces, Janus could look back on past events and forward to the future. Janus became the ancient symbol for resolutions…

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My Blue Brain Loved Being Back in a (Virtual) Classroom!

Back in the classroom This afternoon, I told the GlobalEdSsChat teachers and student leaders that it was GRAND being back in a (virtual) classroom and being part of their remarkable program that connects teachers and students from all over the world.  See yesterday’s blog post: Education Chat for Students, Teachers and Parents – Building and…

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Word Wednesday – “Tyro”

Word Wednesday • “Tyro” is my word for WordWednesday Definition • Noun: A novice, a new student, or beginner in learning Pronunciation • Pronunciation – TYE-roh Usage • The boy’s father was delighted watching his tiny “Tyro” learning how to ride his bike! Closing Question • Do you find being a “Tyro” daunting or delightful? That depends on…

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