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My new book, “You’re Invited,” is inspired by the DREAMers movement and has themes of inclusion and creativity. It’s about a fun party with pizza that floats 🍕, donuts growing on trees 🍩, fireworks made of popcorn 🍿, elephants that fly 🐘, and much more! Coming to Kickstarter this summer! What would your dream party have? ✨ . 📷: @santossocialclub
Original post was featured on IHSD’s blog.
My first season with IHSD started in the fall of 2008 in a coastal town with a one classroom preschool site next to a pumpkin patch. After two years of teaching, I continued to stay engaged with IHSD as a volunteer, an advocate, a member of the growth committee, and most recently a staff member. My seasons with IHSD have been nothing short of mission-driven with the growing belief that all children should have access to quality early childhood education.
As a staff member, I recently had an opportunity to be back in the classroom and lead an art project. Ahead of the 35th-anniversary event and IHSD’s inaugural fundraiser, I was inspired by my seasons with IHSD to lead a painting project for the live auction.
This weekend, I had the pleasure of hosting a painting project with the nephews. We created circle lines and explored how they intersected to create new shapes that we painted.
“They look so good, I love them. It’s helped us get a few new members!” – Maria
Whenever I see a company’s video (especially in #b2btech) that opens with optimistic instrumental music and off-centered talking individuals (you know what I’m talking about) or a pan of the side of a building, I catch myself excitedly thinking it’s going to be an SNL-like parody. Anyone else or just me?
A minute in and nothing’s really changed. It’s the same music now showing candid shots of people working. Classic. “Oh, they’re serious,” I disappointedly think.
— Angel Chang (@helloangelchang) August 24, 2017
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— Angel Chang 😇 (@helloangelchang) February 23, 2017
I just completed my 2nd diaper bouquet and updated my DIY guide here (to remind myself how to make them more efficiently in the future–ha!). I got the diapers, ribbon, and tulle from Amazon. I got the vase, tissue paper, and flowers from Dollar Tree. I got the hair ties and sticks from Daiso. The arrangement becomes very big and top heavy, and I didn’t get to put enough weight into the last 2 arrangements to keep it more stable. Mental note!