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Originally posted on Raising Smart Girls:
I’m beginning to really like Linda Kreger Silverman,Ph.D. a prominent name with regards to gifted issues, who wrote a really great article about gifted women called I’m Not Gifted, I’m Just Busy: Unrecognized Giftedness…
By life. I am giving a forensic DNA talk today to my4th grader’s merit class. Between her science fair last month, sickness in the house, family stuff, and getting ready for the presentation today I have been uber-busy. I know … Continue reading
I just have to thank all of you who may have thought of us and wished us well in that last post. A week after posting, Mr. RSG got contacted from a recruiter who had seen his resume on Monster.com. … Continue reading
I just thought I’d post my new blog, The Sprightly Writer. I have decided to split out my intellectually dense post topics to that blog, because I want to keep this one more focused on the smart girls and I … Continue reading
We made a gingerbread house. Made cookies for Santa. Left reindeer food for Ruldoph and his friends. And enjoyed the presents Santa left behind… We wish you a Merry Christmas!