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I have traditionally not been a big fan of Santa Claus. But as my children grow older, I am revisiting my aversion.
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This summer, we’re trying Vacation Bible School with an added cultural experience
Can an ugly interaction in traffic turn into a teachable moment?
He approached my minivan as we were sitting at a red light, watching construction trucks cross the intersection .
I rolled the window down, assuming he was a foreman directing traffic.
“You don’t have to leave twenty feet! If you’d pull up I could get around!” he shouted and then stomped off.
“YOU CAN BE NICE ABOUT IT!” I yelled back, as I let my foot off the brake — just a little.
In the rear-view window, I watched his white van squeeze by me and cut through the dry cleaner’s parking lot to make a right turn.
“Did you really say that?” a little voice from the backseat asked.
YES I DID.
In Japanese culture, origami paper cranes symbolize hope and wishes granted. Legend has it that if a person folds one thousand cranes, their wishes would be fulfilled.
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HapaMama is constantly surprised by the Big Ideas that come from her five year old…