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Signs of the Seasons

Your Creativity Is Waiting... ...and creativity is as close as nature and a most glorious occurrence in nature is just around the corner! Soon we’ll be seeing the magnificent backdrop of trees ablaze with brilliant yellows, reds and burnt orange—those luscious colors...

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Games People Play

Playing board games is an interesting way to interact with friends and family—often very telling. Qualities are revealed, attitudes are exposed, roles are played. For instance, there’s the yawner who goes face down on the game pieces before the evening is...

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Signs of the Seasons

Your Creativity Is Waiting... ...and creativity is as close as nature and a most glorious occurrence in nature is just around the corner! Soon we’ll be seeing the magnificent backdrop of trees ablaze with brilliant yellows, reds and burnt orange—those luscious colors...

read more

Games People Play

Playing board games is an interesting way to interact with friends and family—often very telling. Qualities are revealed, attitudes are exposed, roles are played. For instance, there’s the yawner who goes face down on the game pieces before the evening is...

read more

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

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