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Child Training That Works – Early Instruction is Most Important

Child Training That Works – Early Instruction is Most Important
Child Training That Works – Early Instruction is Most Important: A Short Story
I often hear people talk of the need for good education, but most don’t expound on the best child training that works.
I remember when I was five years old my mother asked me if I wanted to help make a garden. I was delighted that my mother wanted my help. I quickly answered yes.
We went to the back yard. My mother told me to stand in one spot and hold the end our water hose. […]

Childhood Memory is a Powerful Influence

A Childhood Memory is a Powerful Influence
A Childhood Memory is a Powerful Influence in Forming Character
Looking back on my life I understand that my childhood memory played a big part of forming my character. It is amazing to me that such a short span of my life affected many phases of my adult life…good and bad.
I was raised in a family of fourteen people. I had 1 father and mother, (some children have more), three brothers, and eight sisters. Living in a large family can have its challenges, but for some reason we survived them all, which […]

Fond Memories – Washing Clothes with My Mom

– Fond Memories – Washing Clothes with My Mom-
Fond Memories – Washing Clothes with My Mom: Occur at Unexpected  Times
I was raised in a family of fourteen people in a home with only one bathroom.  Needless to say, scheduling bath time in my home was more than a simple task.  When I was seven years old I learned the only way to get sufficient bath time was to wake before my siblings.  My mother gave me an old wind-up clock so I could wake-up early.
The first morning I used the alarm I woke at five-thirty, traipsed downstairs as quietly as […]

Moms Embarrassing Moment

Embarrassing moments put spice in life. How a person handles embarrassing moments tells volumes about that individual. Mom’s embarrassing moment spoke volumes…literally.