Hey, you cheap-thieving-jackass-losers, I use the few dollars generated by people visiting the site to fund my personal charity project, Art Mends (www.ArtMends.org.) You see, if they are clicking on your link instead going to SantaTimes.com, some kids in the county hospital are not going to get the art supplies that help them mend and make their stay in the hospital a little more bearable.
|Just one example of the many images that are regularly lifted from my websites and altered.|
|An Aesop Fable|
Ghosting usually involves a "ghost" and a responsible adult anonymously leaving a small bag of wrapped candy treats or small Halloween novelties and a "You've Been Ghosted!" notice on the doorstep of a neighbor or friend. That neighbor in turn makes up a small bag of Halloween goodies and anonymously leaves it on the doorstep of another neighbor or friend, and so on.
Once "ghosted," the "You've Been Ghosted!" notice is usually hung on the door or displayed in the window to let everybody know not to "ghost" that house again. Click here to get a "You've Been Ghosted!" door hanger. (image above)
CAUTION: When sneaking around the neighborhood in the dark be sure to carry a flashlight and watch your step. Have fun, but be safe!
|Gila Ben's A to Z Arizona Coloring Book being given out to students at Creighton Elementary School in Phoenix|
Sorry, I don't have any information about distribution of the coloring books. However, you can always contact the Superintendent's office about the needs of your school and for details about the Arizona Department of Education's version of the coloring book. For more info about Gila Ben and some free coloring pages of official Arizona state symbols for educational use go to www.GilaBen.com.
You may have seen our Artist of the Month, Mark Hicks, before on Wandering Educators - we love his work, and have shared much of his art... Read the whole interview here
For Bastille Day
with apologies to my daughter and my late wife -- the Habsburgs are some of
their ancestors and are related to Marie. (Maybe that's where that wretched
BRCA2 mutation came from.)
By the way, although often attributed to her, apparently Marie Antoinette never said, "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche."
I have French ancestry, but think more Les Misérables.