Are We There Yet? archive for Dec. 2006

THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 2006

Time to decompress

By the time many of you read this post (I'm running a promo for it in Monday's features section, which we are put together before the weekend), Christmas will have come and gone. And by now, you've probably had time to reflect on the annual...

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TUESDAY, DEC. 12, 2006

Drawings at Mobius

Just wanted to tell you all that every single entry in our Thanksgiving coloring contest is now hanging at Mobius (downstairs at River Park Square)The museum once again lent us space to hang all the drawings - it's a great show and a great chance...

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SUNDAY, DEC. 10, 2006

small children and hospitals

So one of my twins has to go to the hospital this week. They are going to preform a procedure where he will be sedated ( knocked out..:) and they will put a camera down his throat to see what is going on in his...

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 2006

Emergency plans?

As we recover from the bomb hoax at Lewis and Clark High School today, I'm curious as to which plans people have in place for emergency situations?If you can't get to your kids on the spot - do they know what to do? Do you...

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TUESDAY, DEC. 5, 2006

Seeking generous kids

Hi all --Some of you may have seen this e-mail. For those who didn't, I could use your help.With the holidays approaching, we're looking for a few good kids ?kids who do things from their own motivation to help others.We're talking about young people who...

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FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 2006

Fun at the Museum of Arts and Culture

This just in:FAMILY MACFEST -- OLD-FASHIONED HOLIDAYS AND MORESaturday, December 9, 2006, Noon to 3 p.m.Explore Campbell House and winter holidays around the world. Make and take projects highlight far away places like India and Israel. Make holiday cards, see a display of holiday items...

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