The spiders are gone *insert sad face here*. A couple days ago I told you about the free cut of the week of creepy, crawly spiders for Halloween. The awesome free cut project from last week is no longer available for free in Cricut Craft Room. Now you can purchase it for $1.99 for digital and you will have it available to you all the time. This week, they have a new Halloween project available to cut. Continue reading
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Autumn is here
It has arrived
And everyone is outside
I hear crunch, crunch, crunch
Under my feet
And people are jumping in piles of leaves
I hear the pitter patter under my feet when I run
The ground is colorful
Yellow, red, orange
But rarely green
Dried leaves crunching
Everywhere I step
By: Tyler Carroll, Age 9
The wind awoken from the sky and it blew as fast as a stallion racing for a gold.
Everything fell on the ground as the wind rushed and flowed.
The wind flowed from the sky to all over the world.
Everything was twisting and twirling on the dry, rock hard ground.
By: Tyler Carroll, Age 9 – 4th Grade
I got an email today from a friend and was touched by the poem inside. It reminded me just how much our children watch what we do and learn from us everyday. With Mother’s Day approaching, I decided to share the poem with you although before I posted it I wanted to find out who to credit the poem to. After a little research I found out it was originally written by Mary Rita Schilke Korzan in 1980. Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there! Make sure to hug your babies everyday and tell them how much you love them. Click to read Continue reading