Monthly Archives: April 2012

To bully or be bullied . . . that is the question?

I chose to publish this blog entry today because the movie, “Bully,” had its nationwide release, (The Bully Project). I am still on the fence as to whether I will take my children to see the movie; however, I am … Continue reading

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30 hours of leisure time? Seriously?

Once upon a time . . . I had the rare opportunity to read an article in The Washington Post, an article that had absolutely nothing to do with research for my job. The article discussed motherhood versus our arch … Continue reading

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The Road to Washington makes a stop at a local TV station . . .

Just a quick blog entry, there are a few more in the works. Tomorrow is another day. I want to share my TV experience. I was interviewed by Fox 2 News in St. Louis. Thank you to Jeff Bernthal, fellow … Continue reading

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My Educational Manifesto & Visit to Senator McCaskill’s Office

Hello Everyone! When you hear the term “manifesto” what comes to your mind? I looked up the term on dictionary.com and was provided with the following definition, “a public declaration of intentions, opinions, objectives, or motives, as one issued by … Continue reading

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