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Survey for grad school – its really short!

December 8, 2008

1. Who do you believe has more influence on adolescents (Ages 12 – 17)

a.  Parents

b.  Peers

2. Are you a parent? (not necessary that you be a parent – just curious)

a.  Yes

b.  No

3. Have you ever parented a teenager? If so, please answer below. If not, please skip to Question #6.

a.  1 – 2

b.  3 – 4

c.  5 or greater

5. What is their gender?

a.  Female

b.  Male

c.  Both

6.  Are you male/female?

a.  Female

b.  Male


The Road Trip of Your Life

July 9, 2008
The Road Trip of Your Life
You see life as precious and special. Heritage and family are very important to you.Your life is quite hectic. You try to slow down when you can, but it’s not easy!

You are all about risk and randomness in your life. You travel off the beaten path… in fact, you’re often the one carving the way!

You tend to be a workaholic. You overwork yourself without ever realizing it and sometimes suffer the consequences later.

In another life, you could have been a professional athlete. You have a natural knack for competitions.

New to blogging…

May 26, 2008

Hello All,

Sometime ago I created my blog site but then promptly forgot about. I was creading on MQResources about Illo Challenge that Carla Barrett posted. A few others have jumped into the ring and wanted to create a blog to post their illos. This prompted me to get back over here and give it a go.

Quite honestly I’m exhausted and am avoiding doing homework (Statistics – UGH!). I do not like the font of in my header and I would prefer to change the name of my blog all together. That will have to wait for another day. Perhaps I will write to Carla and ask for assistance – She’s LOVES fonts and recently shared a site for free fonts – I like free things!

My youngest son and I went to a football fund raising dance tonight for 6-graders. Mind you my boys are in 3rd and 9th grades. I signed up to help with fundraising and this was the first event for the 2008 football year. It was actually fun. We heard a great deal of music I typically do not listen to and watch the boys and girls huddle together in separate areas for a good part of the night. Then the co-mingling started and it seemed like more fun for everyone. There was only one really CLOSE slow dance between one boy and girl…the chapperones were watching carefully to see if we need to ‘step’ in…but no sooner was the song over and the two of them separated acting as if it was no big deal at all. PHEW!

Bye for now,


Hello world!

April 8, 2008

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