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As a result of marrying a non-native-to-the-Plateau, giving directions and describing locations around town has occasionally been a test of marital communication. The landmarks of the pickle factory, Pete’s Pool and the old junior high have all been a source of mild contention at times. I may have accidentally referred to Coast to Coast, as well.
Community Events, September 2015
Can you fill in the blanks? “We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created ______, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are _______, ________, and the __________ of_______________.”
School preparation is different now than it used to be.
It is always easy to point out flaws. To prove this, just look at whatever is hot in the news media right now: the police and race, terrorism, the job rating of the president or Congress, the Republican primary process, the Iran vote – the list can be nearly endless.
For centuries people have separated children based on their gender. When a girl is born, she is the little princess and when a boy is born he is the little man. There is nothing wrong or bad about this. Wrapping a newborn girl in a pink blanket as opposed to a blue one for a boy has no affect on the child. It only becomes wrong and possibly harmful to the child when parents force a child to grow up based on these sex stereotypes.