Posts Tagged “Daughter’s” So, what does a happily married woman of 22 years and 3 daughters and a son think about Kris Anderson’s newest book – “Kissing Frogs Tall Tales & Insights in the Dating Pond”? Donna Newman says: “It’s a sure-fire way to encourage your friends, daughters, co-workers, and even sons to keep that SPARK in their dating life! Having 3 daughters myself, when the time is right, they’ll have their own autographed copies because Kris schools the reader on how to avoid the worst of dating experiences.” Want to order the book off Amazon? Click here: Kris Anderson’s witty way of recounting her best and worst dates will most times make you laugh, sometimes cry, and always know you’re not the only one trudging through the dating pond. A perfect keepsake you’ll want to share! For more information on Kris Anderson and The Dating Pond … **Visit her hilarious blog – www.KissingFrogsInTheDatingPond **Email – **LIKE her on FACEBOOK – http where you can listen to her national radio shows, download her just-launched dating eBook, and submit your own crazy dating stories. **PINTEREST … pin her new book – Kris is worth Following … **Twitter –

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“I had always thought of homeschooling as a drastic measure. . . . But when my daughter decided that she would rather hide in a closet than complete her homework, I knew that it was time for me to become a schoolteacher, if only for a little while.” After years of watching her eldest daughter, Julia, struggle in a highly regimented public school system, Laura Brodie determined to teach her ten-year-old at home for a year. Although friends were skeptical and her… More >>

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