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Virtual Play – a Unique Tool for Families to Stay in Contact: YooCasa

September 8, 2010 2 Comments

Virtual Play – a Unique Tool for Families to Stay in Contact: YooCasa “You never send me pictures of the kids” “We can’t afford to go see Grandma this year” “What did you do today?” This scenario is common for many families that are separated, whether it’s across town or across... continue reading...

5 Essential Tips for Taking Perfect Pictures of Your Kids

August 13, 2010 No Comments

5 Essential Tips for Taking Perfect Pictures of Your Kids -          Written By Rob James, owner of RCJFoto, Prairie Village, Kansas We’ve all been there. The setting is perfect; you’ve picked out the perfect matching outfits; envisioned how your little models will be arranged; and, miraculous... continue reading...

What is PicsMatch

October 1, 2009 No Comments

What is PicsMatch PicsMatch will Find the Faces of your Family and Friends. Create matching ID's for everyone you want to match. Let PicsMatch scan your computer to find all of the photos of the people you ask it to! Upload and automatically tag your pictures to Facebook. It's not easy to remember the time an... continue reading...

Photomama

May 7, 2009 No Comments

Photomama Photomama is a new photo sharing site that is built specifically for moms. Moms who care about documenting their families' lives, preserving memories of places and times, and leaving a family legacy for future generations. Moms who capture memories one frame at a time, and express their creativity i... continue reading...

Green Herons and Their Groovy Necks

November 22, 2008 No Comments

Green Herons and Their Groovy Necks Ever notice a green heron in your presence? They are found over much of the North American continent. Go near a creek, pond, lake, or estuary, and you have likely see the enigmatic little avians. They make a "chook!" sound that will certainly grab your attention. Today's Fa... continue reading...

The Civil War Home Page

November 13, 2008 No Comments

The Civil War Home Page It all began in 1860, with a single shot, and ended five horrible, bloody years later. Its primary focus was how much say did the federal government have over states? The states that seceded did so because they felt like they didn't have enough say in their own matters. One of these ma... continue reading...

Failure, Epitomized

July 21, 2008 No Comments

Failure, Epitomized Today, FamilyFirst travels across the globe to Hungary. Despite the valiant attempts to do otherwise in human endeavors, sometimes we encounter failure. The question is, how do we handle it? Well, the best solution for whatever obstacles we face is humor. Our Hungarian blogger has put toget... continue reading...

The Sliding Rocks of Racetrack Playa

July 16, 2008 No Comments

The Sliding Rocks of Racetrack Playa When I was a kid, I read in a book about rocks in Death Valley that appeared to move around on their own. It was pretty cool stuff to a young guy about seven years old. Soon, however, i forgot about it. Then, years later, i saw a magazine article about the same subject. Lo... continue reading...

Nasca Lines

July 14, 2008 No Comments

Nasca Lines The Nasca (aka Nazca) Lines are one of archaeology's most familiar finds. Ironically, they had to lie exposed for all the world to see for thousands of years. Yet, it was ani airplane flight that took place in 1939 that finally revealed their presence to the modern world! By then, the Pan-America ... continue reading...

Guerrilla Gardening

May 28, 2008 No Comments

Guerrilla Gardening Ever heard of guerrilla gardening? The concept is this: Public areas in cities frequently contain areas of greenery, which are sometimes neglected. Guerrilal gardeners take it upon themselves to sneak in under cover of darkness and transform the ugly, neglected spots into beautiful gardens... continue reading...

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