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Lessons from the scarecrow

Throughout The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, the Scarecrow is seen as a simpleton character. Literally lacking the brain power needed to function as a human. He sees himself as “less than” valuable. Sure the Tin Woodman … Continue reading

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It’s beginning to look a lot like. . .

There are only three weeks until Christmas Day. The snow is no where to be found and the temperature this morning was 61 degrees. It’s hard to imagine the postcard images of snow covered pine trees and ice skaters skimming … Continue reading

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building princes

A friend and I began discussing the different princes portrayed in animated movies we watched as young children. I chuckled at the characters and the various traits each contained. ┬áSome were gentle, some were strong, most were brave, all were … Continue reading

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