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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Fair and Equitable

Teaching a four-year-old (even a fairly bright one) about division is about as easy as you’d think. Especially when it is about the equal distribution of popsicles. Which is to say: not easy at all. This morning, Seth wanted a popsicle. This was problematic, not because it was such a terrible food for morning time … Continue reading »

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Home 2

Shortly before starting kindergarten, my family moved to a new apartment that would be my home during my most vivid childhood years. The thing about this home was that almost everything important wasn’t within the four walls on the third floor (#301, if memory serves.) All my most abundant living happened outside the apartment. So … Continue reading »

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