More of my hard work is online for your reading pleasure. If it indeed is not pleasurable, please don’t tell me.
More links are coming…
- In a continuation of last month’s story about SIDS, please read about the This Side Up campaign – a unique idea that developed out of a mom’s tragedy.
- Have you ever heard of a Reggio Emilia school? (Hint: it has nothing to do with cheese.)
- Day camp or day care?
- More on SIDS – including the story of a brave young mom who is finding a way to carry on.
- And for goodness’ sake, don’t miss the day camp guides in Palmetto Parent and Upstate Parent. (Upstate’s is not online yet.) I birthed those things, I tell you.
Fellow South Carolinians, please check out the Spring issue of Sandlapper magazine. It is in bookstores and in your mailbox if you are a subscriber. I have a story running about the BMW Charity Pro-Am. I have written extensively about the tournament in the past (and I don’t know a birdie from a mulligan – OK, I know what a mulligan is) but this is my first time profiling a sampling of the diverse charities that benefit from the event. Guess who’s playing this year? Cheech, Puddy and John Locke – good souls all. (Note to those in attendance: I dare you to walk up to Terry O’Quinn and say, “Don’t tell me what I can’t do!” I’m sure he never hears that...)
On a completely different note, it is snowing here again and I have deadlines. What happens when seasonal affective disorder meets stress? Why, cooking, of course! Here’s how my stress manifests itself (enlarge to see what’s cooking):