Asia’s a big place, after all, and it’s not just comprised of China, India, Japan, and Korea.
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Consolidating college loans is a rather clever move in the present financial environment.
forgive the foggy lens…the pool was so warm my lens wouldn’t clear…some people add these special effects! after swim class the boys would hop in and out of the lockers while we gathered our things.
And we would round them up, coral them out to the car, and hope the whole way home that we could successfully keep them awake so that they wouldn’t spoil their naps.
Jackson is almost 16 months old and seems to be learning new things all the time. Jackson is speaking in Spanish and English so that has been amazing to watch him develop both! Seth was a bit embarrassed to be seen holding the leash so he quickly was running with a cute back pack and no leash.
His favorite past time currently is to carry around his phone (or anything that might have the potential shape of a phone) and talk as he walks. Seth is still enjoying his job and has been put on a variety of projects lately.But to me, it also serves to highlight that wanting more diversity in books doesn’t just mean wanting more books with African-American, Asian-American, Pacific Islander, Hispanic-American, and/or GLBTQ protagonists in general — it also means that we need books with more diversity within these populations.is not a monolithic culture or race or experience, but it’s hard to tell based on the YA novels available.It is a bit tempting to give in and put ours up before Thanksgiving! Of course we know that this will be a challenging Christmas tree year with a 16 month old!I am going to savor these pre-tree days of not saying “no”! We have already gotten the jingle bells out and Jackson has worked hard to make sure we hear the bells throughout the day to remind us that Christmas is coming!I’ve complained a lot in the past about what I consider to be stereotypical elements in YA fiction about Asian-Americans.