This week I fell off the picture taking wagon, so no scenes from the week. Instead, I’ve submitted the gem above from Mother’s Day two years ago. I’ve titled it: A Four-Year-Old’s Idea of Subtlety.
And now the links:
I’m teaching again! Join me May 31st 6 pm Pacific/9 Eastern for Writing and Finding You Voice. It’s online and you can show up in your jammies. Fantastic right? What’s more fantastic than that? It’s only $15. What’s even more fantastic than that? You. (awww)
Beautiful series about Motherhood put together by one of my favorite bloggers. Fifteen different moms, with 15 different backgrounds all discussing motherhood. It was a delight to read. I recommend starting at the beginning and reading through. You’ll love the ending.
Speaking of lovely things, check out Wondermind. It’s an interactive site developed by the Tate Museum to teach kids and adults about the brain through art and science. There are games, short videos and questions throughout.
I stumbled across this blog and wish I could remember how, but I can’t because my brain is mush. In any case, it’s clever and beautiful. Enjoy!
Dads, this would be a great project to do with the kids tomorrow. Hint, hint.
I want to give this a try.
And these make me smile every time I look at them. Mental note: add origami paper to the craft shopping list.
Wishing all the moms out there a very happy Mother’s Day! Have a great weekend everyone.