This Week’s Tweets

For those of you who aren’t on Twitter (or just didn’t have the time this week), here are @Jenniferkolari’s tweets, including lots of great links and useful resources. Enjoy!

RT @DeborahMersino: School Days: Addressing Fall 2010 Concerns & Hopes- http://bit.ly/aU9xpW {Scroll to 4pm/GMT for start}

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 07.09 #gtchat “Role Models: Best Bios for #Gifted” http://bit.ly/9q9tos {10:30 for start}. TY all!

Thx for the mention! RT @DogwoodMama: Enjoying Heartbreak Cafe by Penelope Stokes & just finished Connected Parenting by Jennifer Kolari

TY! RT @JacquelineGreen Gr8 #parenting expts @TheFamilyCoach @MicheleBorba @BrendaNixon @Sue Scheff @JenniferKolari @Annie_Fox @ShapingYouth

Any time! RT @ruralmoms: @Jenniferkolari Thanks I needed the inspiration!

From our friends at YSP: Comedy & Improv Can Equal Better Grades http://tinyurl.com/375tc22

LOL RT @ScaryMommy: Spent a whole day sans kids with my husband. I’d forgotten how much I like him.

RT @TheCoffeeKlatch: Wednesday 9PM est – Annie Fox Author of “Middle School Confidential” answers tween questions http://tinyurl.com/279f97b

Thx for the RT @branksomehall! RT @Jenniferkolari: New Post: Mirroring Monday Perfectionist Artist Editionhttp://ow.ly/180n8e

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