Thursday, December 6, 2007

Pearl Harbor Day

Tomorrow is Pearl Harbor Day.
Here are some links for teaching children about
Pearl Harbor Day.
timeforkids

/memory.loc.gov

For more information:

PearlHarborDayRemembered

.national geographic.

I was going to do a book post for today, but my Father had what appears
to be a minor heart attack this morning.
Send some good vibes our way~

10 comments:

Jenny said...

Thanks for posting these links- it's an important day we should never forget, and it's hard to know how to tell children about it with scaring them unnecessarily.

What a scary call to get about your dad! I'm so happy that he's stable now, and good vibes are on the way from here.

Patience said...

Oh no, lots of mental hugs and positive thoughts being sent from here on account of your father. I hope he is okay.

Mariposa said...

I hope your father is okay and sending warm thoughts.

My husband and I have been to Pearl Harbor.

Jenny said...

Hi Kate-

You are the winner of
Kit #2 at Little Acorns Treehouse. Please contact me at jenny@lifeisnotacereal.com with your mailing address and I will get it out to you right away.

Thanks-
Jenny

Cher Mere said...

I am sorry. I hope your father gets well.

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you all for the kind thoughts..as always it means so much!
((hugs))

Shaun said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your father. If it helps, my father-in-law had a minor heart attack nearly a year ago, and the event allowed him to prevent a major one. In it's own weird way it was a blessing.

I hope your dad is doing better.

Brit said...

Kate-I will be thinking about your family, and hope your father makes a full recovery. {{{hugs}}}

Mom Unplugged said...

My thoughts are with you. I hope your Dad is doing well.

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you Shaun,Brit and M.U.-
Your kindness means the world to me!

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