Over the past several months, I have been participating in a group on Facebook, called “What Did You Shoot Today?” This group is designed to provide challenges and an outlet for photography. We have weekly challenges, sometimes weekend challenges, but it is really just a place that you can post your best photos (up to five a day, per the rules) so that people can hopefully be inspired by the pictures you take and likewise be inspired by what someone else displays. Currently, there is an ongoing scavenger hunt, and this is a summary of how I decided to handle this challenge. Continue reading Scavenger Hunt Saturday
March Madness at Haynes-Inman is a great family event. Families of students are invited to come watch their favorite teams play on the big screens…
There has recently been a news story reported in several places regarding a six-year-old student being handcuffed in a Georgia school. I have read several comments by numerous people about their views as well as the mother’s concerns as reported in the article.
First of all, I want to say that I do not know this child or the extent of his special needs or diagnosis. I don’t even know what actually happened at the school to require the use of handcuffs on this child, other than what has been reported. My views come from my own experiences as a parent of my own special needs child. Continue reading Special Needs Children: A Parent’s View on Restraining a Child
Each Friday, WordPress provides a theme for creative inspiration. You take photographs based on your interpretation of the theme, and post them on your blog anytime before the following Friday. If you link to the challenge in your post, your post will appear in the list of responses on The Daily Post.