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  1. Mrs. Laevens at |

    Time. Doesn’t it always come down to time? I too, have been trying to let go of the panic I feel when something is going to “take too long” to finish. I’ve got to admit, it is a little bit painful.You have shown that it is worth it and I will think of Noah when I am struggling with a time issue. Once again, thanks for sharing!

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  2. D Rutland at |

    Carlene you are a true life long learner and that is the best role model your children could ask for. When your boys see you living your passions, it is contagious. I know this because I am fortunate enough to have worked with you in the home program and have taught two of your sons. What a thrill it has been to have Noah and Ben show me their extensive projects at home visits!

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  3. Carlene Oleksyn at |

    Thanks Deb for the insight. I actually hadn’t thought of it from the perspective of being a role model for my boys. Thank you for sharing that with me. I will remember that as I continue this great learning journey with them.

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