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Edu-Parenting Style

What's Your Edu-Parent Style?

Found this at The DreamBox Blog. Stephen’s been playing DreamBox math games. Highly recommended!

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I am France

You Are France
You are very proud of the culture you come from. You can’t help but be a bit snobby.
You cherish your food, history, language, and art. You feel like other people can’t match your taste.

Elegance is important to you. You rather stay with the past than love a new trend.
When in public, you look good and say the right things. Only your close friends and family know the real you.

What Country Are You?
via chained2u2


Doing The Karen Cheng

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Inspired by Karen Cheng

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And still a slinging mama. Here I am using my “home” sling which is a TaylorMade waffle weave stretch cotton sling.


What color is your mind?

Your Mind is Orange

Of all the mind types, yours is the quickest.
You are usually thinking a mile a minute, and you could be thinking about anything at all.
Your thoughts are often scattered and random – but they’re also a lot of fun!

You tend to spend a lot of time thinking about esoteric subjects, the meaning of life, and pop culture.

What Color Is Your Mind?

via Dr. Deborah Serani

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Unread Books Read

To satisfy my own curiosity…. I’ve read more of these books than I expected (~37) but can’t really recall some, esp. the ones I read for school.

What we have here is the top 106 books most often marked as “unread” by LibraryThing’s users (my LibraryThing catalog). As in, they sit on the shelf to make you look smart or well-rounded. Bold the ones you’ve read, underline italicize the ones you read for school, italicize underline the ones you started but didn’t finish. Here’s the twist: add (*) beside the ones you liked and would (or did) read again or recommend. (Had to change the original directions because I did it incorrectly!)

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Typing Test

125 words


The only official typing test I’ve ever taken was for my job in the pharmacy where we had to type prescription labels at lightning speed. Now everything is computerized so it probably doesn’t matter anymore.

via Karmeleon Kronicles


No Cussing Here

The Blog-O-Cuss Meter - Do you cuss a lot in your blog or website?
Created by OnePlusYou

Around 1.4% of the pages on your website contain cussing.This is 84% LESS than other websites who took this test.

Just to warn you: These results do not reflect the actual amount of cussing I do on IM or in person.

via Liz Ditz


Trapped in My Home

How Long Could You Survive Trapped In Your Own Home?
Created by OnePlusYou

Marv, Stephen, and I are big time homebodies. I’m sure we could stay in for at least a week before feeling the itch to go out. Nice to know that based on the supplies we have in our home, we could actually stay in for about 56 days!

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blog readability test

Ack. Not sure if this is pathetic or not….

The Blog Readability Test: What level of education is required to understand your blog?


Me the Bird in the New York Zoo

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Build Your Wild Self (via Neatorama)

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