Facebook has been a leader in the social networking game for many years now. Facebook has been around since my college days…back when you had to have a college email address to even have an account. But it’s not just what they are doing online that is awesome, but what they are doing offline! Last October, Facebook launched TechPrep—a free online resource in English and Spanish for parents, guardians and anyone who wants to learn more about computer science.
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I love spending time in the kitchen with the girls. It’s always a great bonding experience and while I have pointed out many of the dangers of the kitchen I’ve never thought to explain why.
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Several years back after the birth of Em I gifted Papa with a beautiful digital camera. It was the only thing he had asked for, and naturally said it was so that he would be able to take pictures of our brand new baby. How could I resist???
We try not to use the word “mine” too often because as a family everything is “ours”.
I’m a helper. I’ve always been a helper. Not sure if it’s just my motherly nature, or just something I have become accustomed to doing. Friends have always known that they can come to me, and more importantly count on me, when they have needed help. There is great pleasure that comes in helping others, whether its people or animals.
I was recently challenged by AT&T to find a way to use my cellular phone for good. Actually, let’s back track for a moment.
College life…dorm rooms…new friends…parties…Who has time to study? With so many activities happening on campus and new friends to meet, a freshman in college can become lost quickly in the hustle and bustle of college life. The right tips can help your college student study while away and help ease the transition from home life to dorm life.