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Are you ready for some football?

Are you ready for some football?

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Get caught up on everything Denver Broncos from the history of the team to the team’s greatest moments.

Resource advice from a homeschool veteran

It’s that time of year again – back-to-school time. And for many parents it’s a time to start thinking of all the various schooling options available, including homeschooling. 

In recent weeks, I have personally spoken to some of you brave souls who have decided to embark on this adventure of becoming both caregiver and teacher. As a homeschooling veteran (yes, I took two children from first grade to graduation day), I love to field questions, offer advice and most of all be a source of encouragement to new homeschoolers.

Finding now: Stones, rivers, and Andy Goldsworthy's art

I find now, when I toss a stone into a river, witnessing the splash. I also find now, seeing the stone rivers created by artist Andy Goldsworthy. Goldsworthy collaborates with nature to create art. Using natural materials, he assembles works that are less, and more, impermanent. Thus, his art pieces draw one’s attention to the present moment – and also to its passing.

Expect the unexpected with Chinua Achebe

I have never been a big fan of surprises. However, some of the best surprises come from the least expected places. As a college student, I was assigned to read Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe in my Africa studies class.