Yesterday I sent a friend a bunch of links to sites to check on when he gets the next forward to pass along. He was very concerned about an Amendment to the USA Pledge of Allegiance
Three key poems for this day;
Poppy Crafts for young kids;
Do you know about Anne Frank? Excepts from her famous diary, read
by various celebrities. Both sound and text options . . .
If you collect pictures of the royals, you can download . . .
Do you like good stories? Here’s a true one I just found!
Staci’s Story: http://www.stacistory.com/index.htm
If you have loved the Narnia series, you’ll be interested to know that a movie is coming out next month about it. This web page gives you a list of things to do to prepare your kids and family to see it and get the maximum impact from it.
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It has Plain Windows tutorials in PEOPLE SPEAK!
If you find all these personal family stories too boring you’ll have to let me
know what you would like to see me write about. I tend to do more of what
readers write about and thank me for. But hey, I can go many directions. I have
a w-i-d-e range of interests. In fact, I’m deliberately holding back on some
area because I fear once I start talking about them, I’ll be hard to shut up. 🙂
Like for instance – alternative health remedies. I could talk your ear off!
I got an email yesterday from David Z. Holmes, who says he’s a regular here. He
also has a site about succeeding with integrity, and he’s decided to offer an
award called Beneficence, to someone who has performed some great act of
kindness. See more here; http://www.davidzackholmes.com/beneficence.html
STORY-TELLING – number one means of communicating anything! According to
the International Storytelling Center, there are six stories you need to learn
how to tell: who I am stories, why I am here stories, my vision story, teaching
stories, values in action stories, and “I know what you are thinking” stories:
Mainly though the point is that I’ve switched away from Windows
as my basic operating system and am using SUSE which is the Cadillac of the
more than 57 varieties of Linux. This means I’m using no-cost programs you may
not have seen or heard of before.
However, just this morning I learned of a new one put out by Google that is
offered gratis to Windows systems-users, and it looks like a great one to
download to work with your pictures.
Whew! I thought it would only take a couple of minutes to finish that sales and the download page. It has taken me a couple of hours! But it is done and ready for you.
These links, found just yesterday, may be of help to you. If you’ve got Windows, but would like to get better use of your keyboard, this could be useful; Keyboard I don’t know how long this link will be correct, but this news story about squads of pastors patrolling the streets in the UK late […]