Carnival of Family Life, Newest Edition

Today’s Carnival of Family Life is hosted by Write From Karen.  This Carnival is tremendous.  The wealth of information is overwhelming.  Karen does an outstanding job of organizing the posts.

Here are a couple of my favorites:

David B. Bohl presents What Can Your Kids Teach You About Technology? posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “Technology. The word itself is enough to strike fear into the hearts of those of us old enough to remember when a three-day turn around on postal mail was considered speedy communication, especially after spending some time with today’s young technological savants.” presents What Effect Does It Have On The Economy When Companies Stop Offering Student Loans? posted at My Investing Blog, saying, “Thought it worth while, finding $$$ for your college aged student might be getting tougher!”

Trevor McKay presents Detection of Early Alzheimers posted at The Alzheimers Resource Centre. This one has nothing to do with College, but I found it interesting, because my mother was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s at age 60.  And, to make this disease more fun, my mother-in-law was diagnosed at age 58.  I think I’d be pretty good at detecting early Alzheimer’s.  Not exactly a skill I had hoped to develop, but…there you have it.

Enjoy the Carnival!

Mark Montgomery
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