In keeping with June’s Fun in the Sun theme, here is a list of fairs in my area. Do a similar search for where you live, and go enjoy the […]
This week I came across a parent requesting the names of Connecticut “museums or the like” that have free or discounted days. (I’ve alphabetized the responses below.) There were 30+ […]
This past December our electric bill was over $500! If there are about 730 hours in a month, shutting off my house would save me less than a dollar. That’s not much, but that’s the beauty of the Ripple Effect. There are about 24,920 households in my town. If only half of them observe Earth Hour, that would be a savings of over $8700 in this town alone.
One girl came into my class and slammed her books on her desk every single day. “I hate this class!” she would announce before dropping into her seat, glowering at me behind folded arms.
But I had the best topic in the world to teach.
By the way, have you ever heard the saying, “Snow is the poor man’s fertilizer?”
If you live in the Greater Hartford area, come join us for this fundraiser. You never know how your charitable acts will touch another person. Create a Ripple Effect Friday, April 17th at Parkade Cinemas in Manchester.
My mom says I’m the only person she knows who likes to pull up her roots and move.