Thursday, February 12, 2009

Family Math Night

I bonded tonight with J. We enjoyed time at Math Night (am i a geek or what?)! Maybe it is just me - but I get VERY emotional when spending time with my daughter. There is a powerful bond between Dad and daughter. I have a lot to learn but I find being with her is good - very good for both of us.

I had a blast.....but don't trust my word ...read my guest's comments :-)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

math and science night

by jaclyn O'Leary

Dad and I went to math and science night. It was for third and forth graders with their parents. We had a great time. We estimated twizzlers. Dad and I guessed what things could be under the microscope. I want to go to this event next year. Dad and I had so much fun.

A Maui Blog said...

I am very happy to read this. my dad and I are close and i cherish every moment we spent time together when I was a little girl.

Donna Guthrie said...

Subject Line: 7 Reasons I Love My Dad, Kids’ Writing Contest

KIDS’ WRITING CONTEST: 7 REASONS I LOVE MY DAD
Children Celebrate Father’s Day by Telling the World Why Their Dad is so Special

NEW YORK, NY (May xx, 2009) – June 21st is Father’s Day. To honor the special day, children ages 7-13 can participate in a writing contest, “7 Reasons I Love My Dad” (7ReasonsILoveMyDad.com). The contest is sponsored by kids’ virtual field trip Web site Meet Me At The Corner (MeetMeAtTheCorner.org).

One winner in each age group, age 7-9 and age 10-12, will receive a special $50.00 Amazon.com gift certificate for their dad. In addition, each winner will have their lists made into a special pod cast to be aired on June 21st at MeetMeAtTheCorner.org.

To enter, kids can submit their list, plus a photo with dad, to: 7 Reasons I Love My Dad Contest, 1710 First Ave, PO Box 283, New York, NY 10128. Visit: 7ReasonsILoveMyDad.com. for an official entry form and submission guidelines.

The contest deadline is June 7, 2009.

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Contact: Donna Guthrie, Email: DonnaG6113@aol.com

About MeetMeAtTheCorner.Org: Via pod cast technology, MeetMeAtTheCorner.org sends children on educational and informational virtual “tours” of recognized landmarks
-- all from a child’s point of view.