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Front Page » Table of Contents » Archive: People & Individuals: October 2007

By Janet Morrison on October 21, 2007

It doesn't matter where you go, all kids are amazing!

I wish we all took more time to watch and listen to kids. They're so fascinating...and they have so much developing talent that goes unnoticed, is stifled by adults, or is prevented from developing due to limited opportunities and resources. When given the opportunity, it is amazing to watch their gears turn while their little brains work and their natural talent kicks in.

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By Janet Morrison on October 20, 2007

I love vacation. But not for the same reason people often encourage me to go on vacation. I used to have friends who wanted to take me out or invite me to different events so that I could "get away" from the inner city. I never understood that. I like being around the people I'm around. When I do go away on vacation, I always end up missing something...a bar-b-que, a quincenera, a kid's ballgame...that I would've liked to have been a part of. My reasoning for going away is so that I don't feel the need to meet a deadline and no one can call me for a work-related question, not because I feel the need to "get away from" the people. I still take those phone calls, because the kids, the parents, people I live around, are my friends.

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By Glenn Staab on October 12, 2007

"Honey, must you have the television so loud when you watch MASH re-runs?" shouted my much-better half.

"I'm watching Seinfeld," I answered.

And then I duly noted the reason for her confusion. Raising my voice to suit the occasion, "That's the helicopter for the Oktoberfest."

She responded, "Why do they need a helicopter now? Oktoberfest is over. It's 10:30 in the evening."

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