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As a mother who sat her kids in a roasting pan and pulled them around the living room, I can’t honestly think this was anything but a good time for a baby. She appears to be secure and not getting any rug burns. But one question does come to mind . . . Was she the something “new” or the something “borrowed”?
Big thanks to historical mystery author K.B. Owen for pointing me to this gem.
Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order
Peace Day and the Fallen Project. A group in Normandy remembers D-Day with a beautiful tribute. They draw 9,000 figures in the sand on the beach to represent the 9,000 that died during the Allied Invasion of Nazi-Occupied France.
Via Professional Organizer Judith Houlding of Space Editing, What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades. It’s long been my contention that we no longer need Code Talkers. At this point, we can convey messages in the ancient style of cursive writing, and even the NSA won’t be able to figure them out.
A courageous post and fantastic comments discussion from Jamie Gold. The Danger of Political Correctness for Diverse Books
And speaking of diversity . . . Ginger Problems that Normal People Don’t Understand.
Via Angela Ackerman, co-author of the outstanding Emotion Thesaurus Series, 22 Pictures Where I Have Absolutely No Idea What’s Going On.
None of us does it alone. Elizabeth Fais asks, Who’s Your Yoda?
Via the awesome photographer Penelope Beveridge, Water Photography Competition Winning Images are Revealed.
As the temperatures rise, I think most of us can relate to this playful horse.
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All the best to all of you for a week of creative play with children.