Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness: An oldie but goodie. Miss Smith asked her second graders to draw a picture showing what they wanted to be when they grew up. Madeleine Martin, seven years old, turned in this drawing: Miss Smith was shocked. She sent a note home to the girl’s mother asking for clarification.…Why you should check your child’s homework — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog
I must admit that I nearly forgot that today is Saturday. There’s a reason for this … no, I’m not losing all my marbles, only a few of them. See, daughter Chris was off from work yesterday (Friday), which made it feel like Saturday all day, for she’s never home on Friday. So, since I […]
Waking with the birds had one advantage, walking before the heat and humidity hits. Seeing the sunbeams made me traipse back into the house for the camera…
I love what editorial cartoonists do. I think they’re amazing. Being able to take a news story and express an opinion about that story with a single, incisive drawing that also elicits an immediate reaction from the viewer? Genius. Here’s some of the nation’s best editorial cartoonists on this week’s news. . Trump Awards Himself […]
Would your life be happier, healthier, and more peaceful without certain people in it? By Sharon Martin It’s never easy to cut someone out of your life. And when it comes to family, it’s especially hard to accept that a family member is creating so much stress, anxiety, and pain that you can’t continue to have…
Tell me again, Donald Trump, why we should fear Latino or Muslim immigrants, when just a few hours ago yet another white male, natural-born citizen, went on a shooting spree, this time in Odessa, Texas, killing at least five people and injuring at least twenty-one? Tell me again, Republicans, why we cannot ban assault weapons […]
I was just blown away by the talent of this artist and I wanted to share.
The post Friday Art Cat: ‘Lazy Days’ by Sema Martin appeared first on Katzenworld – Welcome to the world of cats!. Friday Art Cat: ‘Lazy Days’ by Sema Martin Sema Martin is an Award-winning Artist best known for her work in colour pencil. Exploring themes of realism, texture and movement, her work depicts a range…
Despite a lot of talking, this post is participating in Comedy Plus’s Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.