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DeflateGate or Deflated-Ego-Gate,what do you think?

  Link to audio: https://soundcloud.com/willrobertsweeklyradio/12315dailyscreamdeflategate     I’m Will Roberts, and this is the daily scream!! Ahh, here we go! Now how sad is it that we question everything these [...]

18 Interesting Facts About Women

by Jenny Hansen Last week, we celebrated the men with 13 Groovy Man Facts. Today, in honor of my baby girl’s birthday (and mothers everywhere) we’re flipping the coin and celebrating the females. All of you males with moms, wives [...]

13 Groovy “Man Facts”

13 Really Nifty Facts about Men by Jenny Hansen   I’m kind of a “dude.” I don’t know if it’s because I was influenced by my big brother (the Bag Whore) or if it’s just because my mama was kind of a tomboy. [...]

10 Ways I’d Love My Books To Be Like Flat Stanley

by Jenny Hansen Flat Stanley at the Beach in Carlsbad   If you’re a North American parent with a child in 3rd grade or beyond, it’s a pretty sure bet you’ve heard of Flat Stanley. Just in case you haven’t, here’s [...]

15 Ways To Rock Your Sibling’s World

by Jenny Hansen Although Sibling Day falls on April 10th this year, I got my present a few weeks early. A few weeks ago, my baby sis posted this on Facebook. Things my sister Jenny Hansen taught me: How to savor good coffee How to put on [...]

An Easter Story: The Golden Egg

The Golden Egg by Jenny Hansen Christians all over the world are celebrating Easter today, likely after commemorating the other important holidays that make up Holy Week. But I’m just gonna confess it…growing up in my house, Easter [...]

BLOODLINE by James Rollins—Weaving Tapestries of Adventure

By Piper Bayard In James Rollins’ BLOODLINE, futuristic science meets ancient mysticism to produce a non-stop thrill ride that will keep readers turning pages into the wee hours and leave them making excuses to their employers about why they [...]

Have You Discovered Your “Life’s Work?”

by Jenny Hansen After last week’s post on autism, I thought I’d explore this topic a bit further in the form of my little brother, Dallas. Dallas is twenty-five years old, going on eight. Although he’s a high-functioning autistic individual, [...]

5 Lessons I Learned Teaching Autistic Kids

5 Lessons Learned Teaching Autistic Children by Jenny Hansen My first job out of college was as an autism specialist for the Judevine Center for Autism, based in St. Louis. It was like learning a strange language in a strange land. An extremely [...]

When Someone Tries To Pee in your Cheerios, Move Your Bowl!

In The Event of a “Cheerio Attack…” by Jenny Hansen Today is International Women’s Day, just in case you hadn’t heard. Around the world today, women are being mentored and celebrated. Thousands of events occur throughout [...]