Kierkegaard is quite a character. Here’s a collection of anecdotes about our special fella.
There’s this app called WordLens that translates text in real time. You point your smartphone camera at words and it translates them on the screen. The app went crazy when I pointed at my Mum’s floor. There were flashing words everywhere. It’s magic!
Last night, the kids and I talked about poems and poetry readings. Then they folded some papers together and made their very first poetry chapbooks.
I made this for the young ‘uns who attended Lent Trek. I yoink so many kid crafts from the internet, I figure I should share the ones I make myself. Free reign!
The younger kid turned three recently. I asked her what she wanted for her birthday. This was her list: A car with a girl driver A car with a boy driver A little ipod “just for me” A movie about a tiger Big sandals A blue hat ABC Candles A book called “96” The Secret … Continue reading Anything you want, you got it.
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