Documentary Making

Recent Documentaries

It’s been a long time since I’ve shared my documentary-viewing with you–not because I haven’t watched any documentaries lately, only that I haven’t recommended them. For those of you who don’t know, I love documentaries, but beyond that, there is a whole host of pointless entertainment out there that doesn’t contribute to the minds or […]

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Top 10 of 2014

Okay, I know, I know, I’m super late at getting out my list this time around.  Usually I try to get this out before Christmas in the event you may want to purchase any of my recommendations during your holiday shopping, but the holidays have come and gone, and, well, that’s just how things go. […]

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Top 10 of 2013

I know 2013 isn’t over yet, which still gives me more time to read and maybe find something that should be on this list, but I wanted to get it put together in case some of you might want to purchase a book or two for holiday giving this year or take some down time and […]

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On Being a Stay At Home Mom: Let’s Compare Schedules

The Working Parent Monday – Friday 6:00 am: get the coffee on, get ready for work 7:00 am: wake up the kids, get them ready for school 7:45 am: off to work/school/daycare, etc. 8:30 am – 12:30 pm: work 12:30 pm: lunch break–schedule personal appointments, return personal texts and e-mails, eat, walk 2 times a […]

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Top 10 of 2012

It’s that time of year again for me to review what I’ve read these past 12 months.  As I looked through my list this year, I am astonished at how different my reading choices have been this year from years past.  I noticed a lot more juvenile fiction (due to the fact that my kiddos are […]

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Documentary Making

Recent Documentaries

It’s documentary time again.  As you might well know, from time to time I like to give credit to documentaries that I find particularly moving, thought-provoking, challenging, and even controversial.  Here are some recent note-worthies. Mugabe and the White African Imagine being a white farmer in Africa.  One day a racist leader gains control and […]

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Top 10 of 2011

I’m always reading something and am a firm believer in sharing good things with others.  So, as 2011 is over and 2012 is now underway, I pass on my best read picks from this past year, in no particular order.  Maybe they’ll find themselves into your reading in the months to come. 1. Animal, Vegetable, Miracle […]

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Top 10 of ’10

>Holiday shopping is nearly upon us, and for some of you, your Christmas shopping has already begun. Well, I wanted to share with you my top ten reads of 2010 (so far) just in case you might want to purchase a couple and wrap them up with paper and ribbons to stick under the tree, […]

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The World As I (would like to) See It

>I usually blog about how I see the world. Instead, today, I share what I’d like to see. 1. The largest salaries should go to our civil servants and educators rather than sports players and entertainers. 2. Everyone’s freedom of speech would be protected, but it wouldn’t be abused. People would think before they speak […]

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Top 10 (Books) of 2009

>Not all of these books were “new” in 2009 nor were they all “new” to me in 2009. Meaning, some of the books I read this year that are on this list were read again, with new eyes, a new heart, and a new perspective. I invite you to share your list too. New or […]

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