Kids are watching you for clues. You may feel relief, frustration, sadness — and everything in between — after a storm. Remember your kids are watching you. The way you respond will be the way they respond.
If you are OK, help someone. What happens to one home in a storm may be totally different than what happens right down the street or at a grandparents’ or friend’s house. If you are OK, helping a neighbor, relative or friend who needs help recovering from the storm’s damage is a good deed — and it’s good for you.
Mr. Rogers always said when something bad happens, look for the helpers. The helpers will always be there — and sometimes, they can be you.
A new year ushers in a new place for children to play and learn.
Area Housing Commission's Gonzalez Court off of Ninth Avenue is the new home of an early learning garden in Pensacola.
Sandy Sansing and his family stepped up to donate $25,000 toward the playground designed
Feb 02, 2022
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