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Showing posts from November, 2015

Final Cut

Last night was the  NARI  Contractors of the Year (CotY) Awards Banquet. Ryan and I were invited. If you remember, NARI of Greater Charlotte is responsible for building the accessible bathroom for Ben. So Ryan and I got all dolled up and experienced the red carpet treatment with champagne, paparazzi and professional photos. It was a fantastic night out. Halfway into the program, they showed this video. Be sure to watch to the very end, even after the credits. 

The Bad, Bad Internet

Yesterday, Logan was sitting at the computer working on his ozone project. He was excited about it and wanted to share with me what he had learned. He told me that he had to search quite a bit to get the information. Searching on the Internet always worries me because I never know what innocent word may cause photos of naked people to pop up. If you have ever made the mistake of researching the White House as a company, you know what I mean. Although we had the talk about Internet awareness many times, I felt like this was another opportunity to point out that bad things could come up when you are researching. Logan assured me that nothing bad had come up with his searches. Then he stopped for a moment, "Wait. Something bad did come up on the computer." My heart stopped. Inside, alarms went off. Outside, my face was calm. I recently saw Michelle in the Middle speak. She spoke about the emotional and intellectual issues that children ages 11-18 go through and how to h