Monday, June 29, 2009
This one is about the new president of the National PTA-the first man to ever hold the post:
This next one is about a great organization here in my hometown, where I write a monthly column for the local newspaper, it's called Vocational Visions:
Hea, a book about being a mother-in-law sounds like a great topic to me. My advice: hold your tongue (heh, heh).
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