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Rudyard Kipling's famous poem "If". Someone you will know for writing Jungle Book also wrote this poem "IF"

Rudyard Kipling's famous poem "If". Someone you will know for writing Jungle Book also wrote this poem "IF"

The Giving Tree: This book gives me the chills every time I read it. I was first introduced to the book when my daughter Jesse was in preschool, and I fell in love with it. This may be a children's story by definition, but its message is universal and ageless.

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The Giving Tree: This book gives me the chills every time I read it. I was first introduced to the book when my daughter Jesse was in preschool, and I fell in love with it. This may be a children's story by definition, but its message is universal and ageless.

is the mantra that runs through my head, when I'm trying to find a Zen place in the face of a day’s worth of toddler chaos. Unfortunately, a...

is the mantra that runs through my head, when I'm trying to find a Zen place in the face of a day’s worth of toddler chaos. Unfortunately, a...

LOVE this... This is why I rescue/foster, volunteer, collect donations, ETC. The world will only become a better place if people step up and do something!

LOVE this... This is why I rescue/foster, volunteer, collect donations, ETC. The world will only become a better place if people step up and do something!

A "Poet-Tree" in my daughter's classroom.  She posts the kids' poems on it and they love it.  A great way to get kids to love poetry.

A "Poet-Tree" in my daughter's classroom. She posts the kids' poems on it and they love it. A great way to get kids to love poetry.

“Sylvia Plath: Jillian Becker on the poet’s last days,”   “He came back and told me that he wished she had stayed on with us, that he didn’t think she could cope on her own.  I knew he was right, yet I wasn’t entirely sorry she had left. I would not have to go on being nurse to her and her children.  My daughters would not have to give up their rooms. I would have no more interrupted nights.  And pity tires the heart.  For which thoughts I was to endure long remorse.  On the Monday morning a

The Most Interesting Writing About Sylvia Plath on the 50th Anniversary of Her Death

“Sylvia Plath: Jillian Becker on the poet’s last days,” “He came back and told me that he wished she had stayed on with us, that he didn’t think she could cope on her own. I knew he was right, yet I wasn’t entirely sorry she had left. I would not have to go on being nurse to her and her children. My daughters would not have to give up their rooms. I would have no more interrupted nights. And pity tires the heart. For which thoughts I was to endure long remorse. On the Monday morning a

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