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High School: Special-Ed and Peer-Tutors.

Today I subbed special-ed again. I get loads of opportunities to do this, so I am used to doing it. All of the kids today were cognitively challenged and love going to school. One of the benefits these kids get

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Why I Need to Buy Some New Blue Jeans

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Kitty-Cat . . . It’s Okay

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Thanksgiving Turkey: Very Quick Brush and Ink Sketch

I have been getting a lot of requests from the client/trainees at Assembly for turkey drawings to color. So here we go. This is based on the outlined hand thing we all did in elementary school just with extra fingers

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Autumn Gourd 1 of 2

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Autumn Gourd 2 of 2

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Assembly: Change Change Change

A long time ago I learned the truthyism: nothing is constant except change itself. This is not a bad way to understand the world, but for some reason some people just don’t get it. We have a situation in Assembly

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