Say "I love you" with this Bubble pin! Great gift for lovers, family and friends 😉 I wanted to design a simple pin for my collection, this pin hit the spot 😆 Really happy with how the rose gold came out!
Order before December to guarantee its arrival for the holidays! Shop link in profile! 💕
I love the shape of this piece, straight out of the kiln today. It reminds me of a speech bubble. It will be with me this weekend at @marketsatroundlake, stop by and let me know what you think it's saying!
124135 August, 2019
Hand lettering for @newsweek! 💥Proud to be part of this one. No decent person talks like this, yet these are his exact words. Thanks @mgoesele for bringing me on board. ✍🏻 Grab a copy 3/15
The only always that’s true is that there is always an exception to always and never. .
Today’s word-trash post (letters made from Estonian recycled plastic bags @handmadefont) is brought to you by the word, ‘always’. Taken from the book ‘Word Woke’, coming 2020.
If your child has trouble reading and spelling, speech therapy may not seem like the obvious answer. Many people think that speech therapists only work with people who have trouble making certain sounds (articulation) or who have stutters or lisps.
Speech therapists do handle those speech issues. But they also help kids with other kinds of problems with spoken and written language, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, and auditory processing disorder. In fact, a speech therapist is more accurately called a speech-language pathologist (SLP). SLPs figure out what kind of language problem a student has. They determine what’s causing it and decide on the best treatment. SLPs may help kids build skills by working with them one-on-one, in small groups, or in the classroom.