Thursday, January 15, 2015
LB was up crying and coughing last night, and I'm hoping it's just a cold and not the flu. I'm not feeling that great either, but I can't seem to stop doing stuff. Today doesn't need to be the day I organize my life, right? And those homemade refried black beans and turkey stock are going to be good, but not exactly essential. I should probably just sit my achy carcass down, right? And be a good role model for "rest when you're sick." So easy to say, so hard to do.
As an aside, I feel like a very out-of-shape blogger, all wheezy and dead-legged, but I'm working at it.
Below, cool link to stuff by friends of mine:
Hawaii as Racial Paradise and the Bid for the Obama Presidential Library on NPR's always interesting CodeSwitch
And "The Challenges of Raising a Digital Native," which is a tedx talk. What I really love about Devorah's stuff is that she gives useful examples for how to help kids work through their technology problems themselves (with adult guidance) and she always suggests that adults model the behavior they wish to see (easy to say, hard to do).