Scribbles and Mistakes

With low literacy rates in the United States, and children needing more and more early intervention, and preschool more structure in the homes at an early age, more head start experiences, more after school care, parents having to work two and three jobs to support their families, single parent homes, more and more latch key children, no one home to supervise children after school. There has become more and more need for after school programs, Boys and Girls Programs, Church programs, funding for community outreach programs.

Yet people in Washington DC , want to make crazy rules that affect OUR KIDS!

Please help OUR KIDS BE KIDS! And Write some letters!

Our politicians sure don’t have them!

Published by maryshannonhurst

My name is Mary Shannon Hurst, I am a mother of three children, and two grandchildren. Making the transition navigating my way through teenage pregnancy, motherhood, marriages, divorces and navigating sisterhood, job skills training, community relations, international relations, cultural relations, and educating children begins as soon as they are conceived from the foods that go into their mouths the nutrition that they eat, if they get enough sunshine, and exercise fresh air hugs and love and attention. I believe there is a reason and a purpose for everything, from scribbles, to spilled paint, over spray happens, paint bleeds, chalk dust gets up your nose you sneeze. Just like pollen in the air, and dust in the air makes you sneeze and some people pee a little but when they sneeze. If you make a mistake, or have an accident you clean it up. You laugh, a little or cry a little or a lot and go on about your day, you own it. Clean up your mess. Always find a reason to smile, find some joy in everyday. Always be kind. And Pay it Forward. Tell someone you Love them, Have a Nice Blessed Day!

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