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CCN: The Communication Comedy Network Premiere!

"All my life I wanted to be a stand up comedian, but I'm getting older now so I'm going to do it sitting down!" JoJo Tabares The Communication Comedy Network is new to internet radio this week!  CCN is Real Communication Issues delivered in a really funny way.  Side effects include: unexplained laughing, seeing the positive side of life and communication excellence! The Communication Comedy Network airs 8am PST (11am EST) to 9am PST (12pm EST) each Thursday and features various "shows" that use creativity to illustrate and teach communication skills.  Each week has 2-3 "shows" hosted by various people all of whom are played by the very playful JoJo Tabares of Art of "Shows" include: The 12 1/2...

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Praising God for time with my sister

I love pictures like this.  They just look like God's light shining down from Heaven reminding us of God's love. It's been a perfectly lovely weekend and I feel like this picture!  My sister and her family came out to visit us on Friday.  We really haven't seen them for about a year.  They helped us pack our house up in California and watched us leave as we drove to our new life in Arizona.  My sister and her husband did come out a few months go, but we only saw them for a few hours.  I drove the kids out to their hotel room, but their kids weren't there and my dh wasn't able to get off work then....

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Can you spot the error?

Yesterday on Grace Talk Soup, I was talking about how seriously the scribes were about copying the Bible and how amazingly accurate it is.  I mentioned how difficult it is to proof your own work and how even with a good editor, it's hard not to find an error. I shared how my daughter found some errors on Stanford University's website.  What I didn't have time to mention is this very funny picture we found of one of the SAT prep books we considered purchasing for her. Can you spot why we didn't? Communication errors can cost!

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