I am writing this article the week before our daughter’s wedding. By the time you read this, the wedding will be over, the newly-married couple will be on their honeymoon and life will have returned to some resemblance of normalcy.
When I joined the Early Childhood Family Education class with my daughter Maggie 24 years ago, ee were in the first ECFE class that was offered in Woodbury, with only three moms and children in the class.
School started yesterday in the South Washington County Schools of Woodbury. Is that a collective sigh I hear? Summer is so grand and offers so many opportunities for connection with our children, friends, and neighbors.
It seems that, like so many of us today, I have learned to do more than one thing at a time. They call this multitasking and I have often thought of myself as a “champion multitasker.” But according to recent research, I may have been fooling myself.
For Minnesotans, summer is that glorious three-month respite in our very busy lives. It provides the breathing space from the hectic, sometimes chaotic, schedules we arrange for ourselves during the school year.
With all the media coverage of the 40th anniversary of NASA landing on the moon last month, we may find that we have a heightened interest in space. That curiosity serves us well this week, as we have the opportunity to view the annual Perseid meteor shower.
“When facing a difficult task, act as though it is impossible to fail. If you’re going after Moby Dick, take along the tartar sauce.” To me, this adage indicates that I must have a can-do attitude, an attitude of confidence in my abilities and the situation at hand.
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