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  • Keeping kids from learning by David Ravenwood 8/3/2013 2:53:08 PM
    I just found out that the school where I tutored in 4th grade last year isn't going to hire me back this year. Why not? The idea of tutoring is to help those kids who need an extra push. Tutoring provides struggling students with the one-on-one instr... more

  • Sparkling White by DeAnn Melton 8/3/2013 8:06:24 AM
    Each morning I take Maxx out of the stall to unwrap and check his leg. Today it was wonderful! Swelling is better and the sores on the front of his left hind leg are pink and healthy with just a small amount of red. Yeah! I gave him a bath a... more

  • Hope! by DeAnn Melton 7/29/2013 1:43:12 PM
    Great day today! Ellen rode Maxx and I rode a horse named, Iome. We went to the upper sand arena where the footing is soft. Maxx trotted beautifully and seemed relaxed. We had left part of the leg wrap on to protect his hind leg from dirt and debris ... more

  • 2nd Expedition: Tenth Bilingual Blog (English-Spanish) by Jacob A J Taylor 7/29/2013 8:27:55 AM
    This is a review of the Tenth Chapter of “First Light / The Second Expedition” in the “Yah and the Space Cadets” series. // Esta es una reseña del capítulo diez de "Luz Primera / La Segunda Expedición" de la serie "Yah y los Cadetes del Espacio". El ... more

  • Sunday by DeAnn Melton 7/28/2013 1:02:00 PM
    Ellen was having a lesson on a horse named WOW (Woman of World)so I rode Maxx in an arena with soft footing. He isn't ready for a full workout. I was told by Pat to walk then trot four steps then walk again...repeating the pattern four times on each ... more

  • Getting outside of Ourselves by David Ravenwood 7/27/2013 10:34:29 AM
    Ever have one of those days when you feel selfish and just want to be left alone? Today is one of those days for me. My wife and I are hosting a benevolence party. We've rushed to get the house ready. In a few hours our friends from sunday school wil... more

  • Back? by DeAnn Melton 7/25/2013 11:01:23 AM
    Pat rode Maxx today for an relaxed training session. She said he wasn't comfortable in the dressage arena so she took him to a large riding area with sand. He liked the softer footing and volunteered to trot. Yeah! He is not lame, but sore. He is nea... more

  • Sir Licksalot 3 by D.L. Carroll 7/24/2013 4:00:07 PM
    Children's chapter book... more

  • Turnout Cut by DeAnn Melton 7/24/2013 10:38:36 AM
    I hosed "the leg" then turned Maxx out to roll last night. Five minutes later he was standing by the gate wanting out - with a bleeding cut on the inside of his left hind!!! As soon as I tied him to check the leg I could see it was starting ... more

  • Summer Woes by DeAnn Melton 7/23/2013 12:31:15 PM
    Today "the leg" is much better. Maxx finished his antibiotics Sunday morning and we thought he might need another round. Yeah to TIME! I'll walk him tonight, hose his leg, and rewrap. Tomorrow morning Pat will do a light training session. If he can't... more

  • Summer Woes by DeAnn Melton 7/22/2013 10:26:05 AM
    We have had trouble with Maxx's left hind leg. The summer heat and daily wrapping between turnouts and rides has taken a toll on "the leg". Every summer he has problems with mild sores under the wrap on the front of his leg. When we leave it open to... more

  • A sad day at Six Flags by David Ravenwood 7/21/2013 1:30:34 PM
    An eye witness says the lady at Six Flags who fell from the roller coaster was strapped in before the ride began, and her safety bar opened up after the ride got going. Authorities have not determined for sure what happened. If she was locked in prop... more

  • Rick Perry will finally step down. by David Ravenwood 7/8/2013 3:50:47 PM
    Texas Governor Rick Perry said he's going to call it quits. I was elated. I know many people really like him, especially in this conservative state. But even though I'm a native Texan, I'm glad to see him go. Perry likes to talk about leadership. I'm... more

  • Facebook Community by D.L. Carroll 7/7/2013 6:19:32 PM
    Sir Licksalot Series... more

  • The Adventures of Boochi Malloochi: Sailing Into Life (Vol 4) by Sal Corrente 7/1/2013 1:07:51 PM
    Volume four in the Boochi Malloochi series. ... more

  • Meet MG Author Hamilton C. Burger by Cheryl Carpinello 6/30/2013 4:26:47 PM
    Today we welcome Middle Grade author Hamilton C. Burger to Carpinello's Writing Pages. We are Twitter buddies. Hamilton is the author of the Apple Grove Gang series.... more

  • Regardless of politics, Rick Perry acted Small by David Ravenwood 6/28/2013 7:41:21 AM
    No matter where you sit on abortion rights, I hope you will see how inappropriate it was for Governor Rick Perry to bash state senator Wendy Davis. We all have our opinions. And it's okay to disagree because we are not robots. Are you listen... more

  • Never Truly Alone by Sharon J LaValley 6/27/2013 3:48:11 PM
    My co-author wrote this the other day. =D... more

  • Fred and Hodges 1 by Sharon J LaValley 6/27/2013 3:45:37 PM
    Excerpt from the story.... more

  • Looking out for Rich People by David Ravenwood 6/24/2013 3:07:26 PM
    My wife and I just got back from Galveston, Texas. We were disappointed to learn that Ashton Villa, a huge mansion built in the 1800s is no longer open to the public. We have toured this grand home from yesteryear many times. But after Hurricane Ike ... more

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