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Charles Schwab

The first essential in a boy’s career is to find out what he’s fitted for, what he’s most capable of doing and doing with a relish.

Charles Schwab2019-03-17T10:28:14-05:00

Charles Schwab

Lead the life that will make you kindly and friendly to everyone about you, and you will be surprised what a happy life you will lead.

Charles Schwab2019-03-17T09:23:45-05:00

AUSTRIA





Today’s Country: AUSTRIA

Today’s Capital: VIENNA

Austrian Proverb: A lazy man is the devils handyman.

Food eaten in Austria: schnitzel, goulash, apple strudel, horseradish and plum jam turnovers

Official Languages: German

Austria is famous for its castles and the Sound of Music. Austria is

AUSTRIA2019-04-26T01:49:43-05:00

Labor and Lazy: A Story Based on Austria’s Proverb Especially for Girls


A Story Especially for Girls Based on Austria’s Proverb:
Labor and Lazy

Mama and Papa Rabbit have two little rabbits:
Labor and Lazy.
Labor works hard but Lazy doesn’t do any work.

When the opportunity clock rings, Labor pops out of bed, says her prayers and runs down to gather the farm fresh eggs for breakfast.
Lazy lies

Labor and Lazy: A Story Based on Austria’s Proverb Especially for Girls2019-04-26T01:49:43-05:00

Labor and Lazy: A Story Based on Austria’s Proverb Especially for Boys


A Story Especially for Boys Based on Austria’s Proverb: Labor and Lazy

Mama and Papa Rabbit have two little rabbits:
Labor and Lazy.
Labor works hard but Lazy doesn’t do any work.

When the opportunity clock rings, Labor pops out of bed, says his prayers and runs down to gather the farm fresh eggs for breakfast.
Lazy

Labor and Lazy: A Story Based on Austria’s Proverb Especially for Boys2019-04-26T01:49:43-05:00

AUSTRALIA








Today’s Country: AUSTRALIA

Today’s Capital: CANBERRA

Australia Proverb: A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

Food eaten in Australia: Aussie chicken, peaches, raspberries, plums and Macadamia nuts.

Official Language: Australian English has a unique, delightful accent.

Australia’s best

AUSTRALIA2019-03-13T21:46:24-05:00

Decisive and Indecisive: A Story Based on Australia’s Proverb Especially for Girls


A Story Especially for Girls Based on Australia’s Proverb: Decisive and Indecisive

Mama and Papa Koala have two little koalas:
Decisive and Indecisive.
Decisive lives each day to the fullest, makes decisions and takes action.
Indecisive waffles and wavers, hemps and haws and never decides.

When Mama Koala asks, “Who will be home for breakfast?”
Papa Koala

Decisive and Indecisive: A Story Based on Australia’s Proverb Especially for Girls2019-03-13T21:04:16-05:00

Decisive and Indecisive: A Story Based on Australia’s Proverb Especially for Boys


A Story Especially for Boys Based on Australia’s Proverb:
Decisive and Indecisive

Mama and Papa Koala have two little koalas:
Decisive and Indecisive.
Decisive lives each day to the fullest, makes decisions and takes action.
Indecisive waffles and wavers, hemps and haws and never decides.

When Mama Koala asks, “Who will be home for breakfast?”
Papa Koala and

Decisive and Indecisive: A Story Based on Australia’s Proverb Especially for Boys2019-03-13T20:51:36-05:00

ARMENIA







Today’s Country: ARMENIA

Today’s Capital: YEREVAN

Armenia Proverb: Whatever you sow, that’s what you’ll reap.

Food eaten in Armenia: lamb, cabbage, baklava, sour cherries and lemon.

Official Language: Armenian

Armenia is famous for having chess as part of the

ARMENIA2019-04-26T01:49:43-05:00

Cultivator and Couch Potato: A Story Based on Armenia’s Proverb Especially for Boys


A Story Especially for Boys Based on Armenia’s Proverb:
Cultivator and Couch Potato

Mama and Papa Porcupine have two little porcupines:
Cultivator and Couch Potato.
Cultivator plants the seeds of good thoughts everyday. He reads good books, listens to good music and plays with good friends.
Couch Potato never plants any seeds at all. Instead he

Cultivator and Couch Potato: A Story Based on Armenia’s Proverb Especially for Boys2019-03-13T06:39:14-05:00

Cultivator and Couch Potato: A Story Based on Armenia’s Proverb Especially for Girls


A Story Especially for Girls Based on Armenia’s Proverb: Cultivator and Couch Potato

Mama and Papa Porcupine have two little porcupines:
Cultivator and Couch Potato.
Cultivator plants the seeds of good thoughts everyday. She reads good books, listens to good music and plays with good friends.
Couch Potato never plants any seeds at all. Instead she

Cultivator and Couch Potato: A Story Based on Armenia’s Proverb Especially for Girls2019-03-12T22:29:16-05:00

ARGENTINA









Today’s Country: ARGENTINA

Today’s Capital: BUENOS AIRES

Argentina Proverb: Abundance breeds arrogance.

Food eaten in Argentina: dulce de leche, empanadas, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, eggplants, squashes, and zucchini.

Official Language: Spanish

Argentina is famous for the tango dance.

Argentina

ARGENTINA2019-03-12T12:45:15-05:00

Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue: A Story Based on Argentina’s Proverb Especially for Girls


A Story Especially for Girls Based on Argentina’s Proverb: Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue

The guanacos live in two parts of town:
Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue.
The same beautiful sun rises over Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue.
The same storms visit Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue.
And the same moon and stars shine over both

Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue: A Story Based on Argentina’s Proverb Especially for Girls2019-04-26T01:49:43-05:00

Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue: A Story Based on Argentina’s Proverb Especially for Boys


A Story Based on Argentina’s Proverb Especially for Boys: Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue

The guanacos live in two parts of town:
Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue.
The same beautiful sun rises over Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue.
The same storms visit Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue.
And the same moon and stars shine over both

Poverty Point and Abundance Avenue: A Story Based on Argentina’s Proverb Especially for Boys2019-04-26T01:49:43-05:00

ANTIGUA & BARBUDA






Today’s Country: ANTIGUA & BARBUDA

Today’s Capital: SAINT JOHN’S

Antigua & Barbuda Proverb: Big promise make many fools.

Food eaten in Antigua & Barbuda: fish, cornmeal, okra and pineapple.

Antigua & Barbuda Official Language: English

Antigua & Barbuda is famous for Wadadli

ANTIGUA & BARBUDA2019-04-26T01:49:44-05:00

Trustworthy and Unreliable: A Story Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb Especially for Girls

A Story Especially for Girls Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb: Trustworthy and Unreliable

Mama and Papa Deer have two little deer:
Trustworthy and Unreliable.
Trustworthy says, “Yes!” when she means yes and “No” when she means no.
Unreliable makes BIG promises without thinking.

Trustworthy says, “Mama, I’ll help make breakfast.”
Mama replies, “Thank you! How kind!”
Mama boils

Trustworthy and Unreliable: A Story Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb Especially for Girls2019-04-26T01:49:44-05:00

Trustworthy and Unreliable: A Story Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb Especially for Boys

A Story Especially for Boys Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb: Trustworthy and Unreliable

Mama and Papa Deer have two little bucks:
Trustworthy and Unreliable.
Trustworthy says, “Yes!” when he means yes and “No” when he means no.
Unreliable makes BIG promises without thinking.

Trustworthy says, “Mama, I’ll help make breakfast.”
Mama replies, “Thank you! How

Trustworthy and Unreliable: A Story Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb Especially for Boys2019-04-26T01:49:44-05:00

Ten Commandments for a Happy Family


Ten Commandments for a Happy Family by Msgr Ted Wojcicki

I
Share family meals – include time for conversation. Eating meals only in van or in front of fridge or TV is isolating, deflates trust, and promotes loneliness.

II
No portable electronic devices allowed at dining room table, at family meals in restaurants, or in children’s

Ten Commandments for a Happy Family2019-04-26T01:49:44-05:00

ANGOLA








Today’s Country: ANGOLA

Today’s Capital: LUANDA

Angola Proverb: The one who throws the stone forgets; the one who is hit remembers forever.

Food eaten in Angola: funje, sweet potato, tomatoes, onions, and okra.

Official Language: Portuguese

Angola is famous

ANGOLA2019-04-26T01:49:44-05:00