A Quick Note from the Creative Madness Mama

Hey there, you’re receiving this note from me because you subscribed once upon a time through Google Friend Connect. I wanted to write because the Google Friend Connect follower gadget is going away (you can read more about that here since it might be affecting you too: http://www.elirose.com/2011/12/move-google-friend-connect-followers-to-feed/), I wanted to invite you to sign up for my blog’s RSS feed: http://creativemadnessmama.com/feed/ or you can use a new WordPress subscription widget I’ve place at the top of the homepage  (http://creativemadnessmama.com/) on my sidebar. I’ve got a lot of great things planned for the new year and I would love for all of you to stick around and share them with me! If you are just a feed reader, you might not have noticed I have changed up the formatting a little bit. Especially different are individual post pages. I hope that you like it as much as I. Without all. . .

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Pong smart phone or iPad case

…thinking about giving a child a new or hand-me-down cell phone or iPad this Christmas, please suggest they put the device in a patented Pong smart phone or iPad case first. Developed by scientists out of MIT, Princeton, UCLA and Harvard, Pong cases have been scientifically proven in independent, FCC-certified labs to reduce cellular radiation by up to 95% below the FCC target.  They’re also great looking and come in a bunch of fun colors! Here’s why putting a child’s device in a Pong case is so important: –          An article published last month in the scientific journal, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, reported that children absorb twice as much radiation from cell phones as adults do and more than FCC guidelines permit. –          Most vulnerable are a child’s brain, eyes and bone marrow, which can absorb as much as 10 times the amount of radiation an adult’s body does. –         . . .

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How Do You Feed A Hungry Giant?

When a boy named Oscar discovers a giant—a very hungry giant holding a sign that says “Food Please”—in his backyard, he knows he can’t turn his back on him Yet it’s not easy feeding a hungry giant. A whole pizza disappears in a single gulp. Twelve blueberry muffins, 33 jars of peanut butter, 197 chocolate chip cookies—all just an appetizer. So what is little Oscar to do? Just how do you feed a hungry giant?

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A Dream Unfolding by Karen Baney {Preview}

The promise of a new life and a chance to start over…
Hannah Anderson had the life she always wanted, married to the man of her dreams. When her husband’s brother gets in trouble with the law, the town turns against them, shattering her perfect life. Now they are left with only one choice—to head west to the Arizona Territory in the hopes of creating a new life. Will the journey be worth the cost?

Will Colter, after burying his father, is forced to leave the ranch he has called home for nearly thirty years. The journey is dangerous, challenging him and his men. Will he find the new life he was hoping for?

Or, is there a new dream quietly unfolding before their eyes?

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