Whose Boat Is This Boat? Comments That Don’t Help in the Aftermath of a Hurricane is a picture book made entirely of quotations from President Donald Trump in the wake of Hurricane Florence. It is the first children’s book that demonstrates what not to say after a natural disaster.
I am helping to raise funds for my school and I could really use your help! We are selling gift wrap, quality kitchen and home items, and over 1500 other products. Proceeds from each purchase helps support our school. No matter the size of your order, you can make a BIG difference. Our campaign doesn’t […]
It’s my daughter’s first year in pre-school and her first fundraiser. Amazing how fast time flies when you have kids. As readers of this blog, I’d like to encourage you to share her Charleston Wrap catalogue and webpage with your friends, neighbors, co-workers. If you’re a school or teacher, consider visiting the page just to […]
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Southern California Rock Climbing is volume 2 of the California Road Trip, put together by Tom Slater finally arrived on my doorstep. As someone new to the area, it’s nice to have a general guidebook that cover 60+ climbing areas. The book is divided in seven sections: Central Coast (Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo […]
As a teacher, I love having time to take extended climbing trips. Of course, both my wife and I also like to be clean and enjoy showering on a regular basis. While shower at the gym isn’t as fun as sharing a shower at home, it definitely makes extended road trips more bearable. With my […]
My list of must-read books that have the power to hook both boys and girls. These great books will help teach and start conversation with kids on a variety of subjects. These great books offer a variety of conversation starters for topics like culture, accepting other, understand people’s difference and other sensitive topics. Great children’s […]
Well, I have to admit, I always wait till the last minute, but it’s officially time to buy a new climbing rope. My wife has complained about the rope not feeding through the belay device smoothly enough for the last two months. It’s been a good rope, but it’s time for sure. (I always have […]
Well, I’ve had some friends ask me why I moved to Southern California, especially since Ernita and I have said we couldn’t imagine moving to Los Angeles. Every time we came through, traffic, pollution and people would generally bug us. We always consider the cost of living to be higher than the quality of life […]
We’re done moving. Ernita did an excellent job packing our apartment. I have no idea how she managed it, but she put everything in boxes over a three-day period while I did errands around town. We knew that both of us packing wouldn’t work, we would just argue about how to best do it. When […]