Keeping a secret is a hard thing to do!

Dec 21, 2012

Edwards Family

[caption id="attachment_12173" align="alignleft" width="239"] Madalyn and Our Wonder Jar[/caption]
















Do you know how hard it is to keep a secret when you are used to sharing the things you learn, discover, and do with so many people?

I enjoy sharing things on twitter and facebook, but I have recently had some great new as well as some WONDERFUL learning experiences and not been able to tell my PLN about any of them!

We got to go to the Louisville Zoo and feed the giraffes! We got to go to the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory! We got to go to FlameRun Contemporary Art studio! We got to go to Churchhill Downs!

We had so many learning opportunities and met so many awesome people ... but could not tell.

Well ....I am glad that I now get to tell my secret ....

I am a Lead Ambassador for NCFL' Wonder Year Adventure 2012!

My family and I have embarked on an adventure to explore and share the wonders of the learning in the things all around us. We will be sharing our adventures here on our new family blog as well as with our family twitter and facebook accounts.


I have written several blog posts about Wonderopolis in the past and can't wait to see what learning will happen as our new adventure continues.
Check back here and on the new blog soon to see what we have wondered about  and learned recently ....
(I also took a bunch of pictures) :-)


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