Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Promoting What You Do Outside Your Community

Klear –  measure your success – delete – repeat 

"Promoting Your Brand/Show/Ideas Outside Your Community"
It's not as hard as you think.

Rules of Engagement:

#1 Have Fun;
#2 Be consistent; same pictures and color schemes across networks

Whether you like it or not, you have a personal brand.  Perception, Verbal Visual & The Tools You Use To Share Your Content Can Make Life So Much More Accessible!
What do you love?  People? Travel? Magic? Literacy? Learning Everyday, That's us, who are you?
Why would people be interested?  Because you are.  Sometimes it'll take a bit to find the people interested in the same thing your interested in.  That's okay, it's a process. 
Help people along the way. Have fun network & you'll be surprised at the amazing opportunities you find along the way. We've been invited to and visited Egypt to do a show. As well as help others create their own brand and/or expand on it! Sharing what you love is just #FairyTaleWicked   
Why would people be interested?  
This is the Place Where Kid's Rule & Ћ ead airy Unravels Fairy Tales in Real Time, Rather than Once Upon A Time © Promoting Literacy Travel & Expose Bad Guys~It's Balance
What is your tagline?   Keep Asking Questions
When to post how much?  2-4 times a day, depending on the platform to start add more as your building up.  Right now we're at 12 times a day for twitter, 3-5 times a day for FaceBook, Instagram once a day, Pinterest is like our holding area for really cool finds. Our blog one to two times a week, out TV show weekly during most of the year 10 months. 
Start with 1-2 a day anywhere you'd like and see what works for you. I will tell you how to line it all up and get the above done in 3-5 hours a week while making a side income.  

Tools to Try & Follow Me Back On; I can't wait to meet you!

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Beauty Talk With Saadia in Pakistan

Geographically, linguistically, culturally and historically South Asia, India, Britain & the Muslim World are part of the uniqueness in Pakistan.

Saadiah gives us a glimpse into the unique tapestry of life in Pakistan. An online influencer who shares her story about life in Pakistan.  What & who influenced her along the way, may surprise you. 

Throw away what you thought you knew, dispelling myths and proving we're all more alike than we're different. You'll enjoy meeting this lady as much as I have!

Keep Asking Questions & The World Will Share Some of It's Most Amazing secrets with you!

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Girls & Robotics = STEM

In this interview, you'll get to meet two exceptional young woman who have been involved in #STEM & specifically #Robotics from middle school to high school.  

It's all about learning over winning and functioning in the world with mutual respect. By building not only robots; but relationships and understanding the value of communication. 

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A Robotics Team might just be what a young person you know is looking for!

See You Soon 
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Get Girls & Boys Started On Their Quest For 
Knowledge & Creativity with ➟ Legos 

Monday, November 28, 2016

Weekend Discovery ❣

A #Starwars #Lego & #More #Themed #Christmas 🎄 #Story's
you could #win one of these & all the
wonderful things that go with it

All the Gifts Go With The Trees 

The Givers Are So Creative there's over 60 to choose from


The Where? 

The each themed tree 🎄 inspired by the #Givers at local businesses, groups or a family as a way to remember a loved one.

Stop by and help the #Shriners do the wonderful things they do 😇 #Sharing #Seasons #Magic #Familytime #Food #Entertainment #PicturesWithSanta after his nap of course (>‿◠)

$2.00 to get in; under 12 Free #FreeParking
November 25th to December 4th #Springfield #MA

It's amazing the kind of #magic that happens when you share it with others.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Trump He Did It...

What did we learn from this election?

Americans work hard and they want a President who would work hard with them.  Politics as usual does not meet the public's needs. Would we have liked to break the glass ceiling with a woman President? You bet.  But we wanted something more and our hearts would lead us to dig a little deeper and look back to see what the mainstream media left out.  

Did President Trump make some off colored remarks? No doubt. We can't condone it at all and we shouldn't.  True, he didn't run a politically correct campaign.  The question is, is there a lesson to take away from it all? Simply yes, there is corruption to overcome; in the media, politicians, the medical arena and justice systems and as Americans we're not going to take it.  

We want someone who is proud of what he's accomplished.  If you really look back, all along President Trump was showing us what he accomplished.  The main stream said he should have been talking politics. I saw a man who took us to those places, not to boast; but to proudly show us what he's accomplished and who he accomplished it with. As Americans, we want a president who proudly represents us and the things he's accomplished in office. (Trying to find the positive; in a truly heinous election.)

We want fair trade, jobs, we want affordable competitive health care, without surprise billing or insurance block-outs (Thanks President Obama we'll keep that part) but we want accountability across the board. We want hospitals to be held accountable for care and billing.  We want a justice system that works, we do not want our land or businesses encumbered by liens that we never were given a chance to confront; because a Judge simply signed them. We want accountability and we want action. 

ISIS is a real-threat and they sadly claim Islam as their driver. Islam is a peaceful religion, but like all religions there are extremists that can be dangerous. The point is they - the extremists - have to be dealt with head on; not our neighbors.  

Walls and fences, we all have them metaphorically and in real-time. Think of your backyard, do you really want people you don't know camping out there? Do we want immigrants? Yes, you bet we do, legally. Do we want safer boarder's without a doubt.  You don't want strangers coming in your backyard when your children are playing.  We don't want walls like Germany, we don't want walls like Vatican City; but we do want a metaphorical and physical wall that cuts down on the human tragedy that happens going over the board from Mexico to the United States.  It's for their safety and ours, making it legal to get here for work, will take out a lot of the evil that exists there, an area that so many have witnessed as hell. 

The main stream media won't give you the real picture and President Trump called them on it.  So he didn't give his taxes and he never should; he's audited and we all know how dismal the IRS is with it's loop-holes and changing rules. 

He did it, or did he have Russia's help? He has 4 years to prove that a maverick cowboy vote, each and everyone one was deserved.  

We've had plenty of lawyers become President and the mavericks we've liked the best were President Reagan and perhaps President Johnson (the one after Lincoln) the ones who've made us proudest are the ones who did not always follow policy; but when they didn't it was for a good reason. 

Our hearts were tugged, but it's done and going forward like President Obama, President Trump will be a leader and he'll earn or keep our respect.  Because he'll do his job with passion, his way and we'll be okay; because if he doesn't we can vote again in four years.

Ps. He also proved the election process isn't always rigged or is it?

Congratulations President Trump, try to do better than you have so far.

Keep Asking Questions  

Ћ ℋead ℱairy 

Friday, October 14, 2016

Forever & A Day


Dear Son,

It’s just before midnight and I imagine you as a wee child in slumber.  The air is crisp and autumn is gently beginning to color in our world in the warmest hues.

I know there is a God and he answers prayers everyday no matter how little. This is a story about how God’s world works.  Now don’t get all uncomfortable yet, it's not about religion - it’s about people, it’s about us.  This is a story about love and all the crazy things that go with it.

You’re a man now unbelievable, but true.  Only, because I honestly thought we could stay in this cozy place called forever and a day.  A place, frozen in time with apple picking, discovering corn mazes, trains, and new adventures and meeting new people every day.  Every milestone and I’m talking every milestone has been bittersweet. More so, because our tale was interrupted; but it’s still a wonderful tale with lessons for others and your future. 

This is what I know completely: I loved you before you were even born and I will love you beyond infinity.  I never left you or wanted to be apart from you. I never lied to you, but someone did.  I never intentionally hurt anyone nor would I suggest intentionally hurting another. 

No matter how shocked, hurt, humiliated or humbled; I will always be here to answer your questions and if I don’t know the answer - you’ll know that to. And sadly I don’t know why what happened to us occurred; but…

I do know quite a lot about the people we’ve met along the way. Some were simply hateful and sadly their lives will be quite forgotten when they’re gone.  Evil crawls across their very skin. You can feel it radiating from them and sadly there’s nothing you can do to mend them.  

In divorce, I am constantly appalled by the lengths people will go to win. It’s not a game, it’s a test and it has no winner, only survivors. In divorce, everyone loses something - most of all the children caught in the middle.  It’s not just the parties in the divorce, it’s the Judge who was spawned by her 1st husband and never knew what ‘love’ meant, and she couldn’t even share that with her own children. The type of person who implements things because she knows best; yet, she knows nothing about the lives or logic of the people in front of her.  It’s the Judge who never had children of his own or true love having been divorced 3/4 times. These are not people who should be judging families.  Divorce doesn’t mean one person is right over another. It means two people grew up and life was tugging them in opposite directions.  It happens. What’s not acceptable is when they demean or try to destroy another or lawyers drag cases out creating animosity where it wasn’t. 

People can’t always be mended. But you can mend you. There will be times when you are so angry or upset that you will say things you don’t mean and it will eat at you.  The point is unlike those grouchy, sour, truly heinous people, you’ll learn you don’t like that feeling and you’ll move more purposefully toward being the best you. You’ll often stick up for others when they need a hand or helping them share their story by simply listening.  Life will hurt at times so much, that you’ll think your heart has broken; but it will mend and the happy moments will shine over it all. You’ll find success when you’re uniquely being the best you and you’ll feel loved and be able to share it freely.

The big best thing - families aren’t perfect. The big worst thing - families are not perfect and it can be agonizing wrong.  So wrong, that like friends you begin a new life and you start to leave some of them behind.  It’s simply amazing how much family can be by your side when you accept their faults and love them anyway and it’s not so easy to let them go. But eventually the ones who make choices so contrary to what is right, you simply do let them go. Sometimes there’s forgiveness and sometimes you go separate ways. It’s not unique. History, world history is the key.  If you look back you can move forward without making the same mistakes over and over. 

Love is that intangible thing when you feel it, it’s unexplainable - it’s filling, it's light and happy.  It’s like dancing with the wind in a torrent of freshly piled leaves, soaring through the air on a swing and the awe of floating in a hot air balloon ride.  It’s those moments when life is perfect and the people around you fit in perfectly.  It’s when you won a race and people are cheering your name. It’s when people give up things seemly tiny things or even big things to make you happy.  Sometimes it’s just time.  Talking to a stranger and hearing their tale.  Sharing yours with someone you don’t even know and just smiling to someone randomly.  There will be times when you’ll share an adventure with someone you’ve just met, sometimes it’s just a day and although you don’t see them for years and years you can meet or talk on Facebook, Skype, the phone, in person and pick up like you’ve never left off.  That is amazing.  I hope you know that joy.

There is a formula.  If you ask enough questions you’ll get the answers you’re looking for. Sometimes you’ll be able to understand all sides of the equation and how the results occurred. However, unlike math - truth is not absolute.  There is one thing I can guarantee, if you’re happy and you ask questions - truly interested in the answers, the world will share some of its most astonishing secrets with you.

Love, it’s when you’re so happy  you can turn to the person at your side and say I love you to their brother/sister, parents and say I am so happy that you’re going to be an Uncle/Aunt, Grandparent in our child’s life.  The red flag is when - you can’t.

Life is full of fairy tales, some will have happy endings and some will not.  There will be true loves and it’s not always just the woman/man you fall in love with.  Its true friends who never ever leave your side, the ones who put the nonsense away and always stayed close.  It’s the true love, you feel for your child; a bond that creates an aching need to make the world around them better in every way.

You don’t need to know everything today, but you do need to remember to feel every day, happiness, joy, fear, dread, and sadness.  It’s all a learning experience. As a child that was all you were suppose to feel. As a young man, you need to decide which way you will go, how you will conduct yourself and enjoy the ride it’s amazing with all its twists and turns and you need to hold fast to your beliefs while seeking the truth.

That has to be enough for today.

I’ll love you forever and a day.


Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Desdemona's Dream

Meeting the Author & Artist behind the 
Two Men Full of Love & 

These are the guys who know unicorns exist and that the secret to making a decent living ... is doing what you love and having the passion to share it with the world.

You'll enjoy meeting the creators of Desdemona's Dream who won:  
The 2016 IAN Outstanding Children's Book of the Year Award and who received 
Honorary Mention from the 2016 New York Book Festival Awards

If they can do it ~ so can you, take a peek at what they shared.

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Saturday, July 30, 2016

The Paternus Trilogy

                                      On Amazon 

There's been 'epic battles between titans, giants, and gods, heaven and hell, the forces of light and darkness' through out time. They must have happened to some degree at some points in history, Right?  

This Author, Dyrk Ashton brings them to life and they are here - right now. Heart pounding believable & intuitively relatable characters!

This is a mythic/fantasy fiction novel that you'll read more than once. So take a peek and meet the Author, find out a little about what he reads and what drives him.  This is storytelling at it's best, written as if you're actually experiencing it with the characters. And I promise you won't put it down till the very last page...

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Friday, July 8, 2016

Entry To Imagination

Those family stories that you've been sharing with your children & grandchildren for generations and then sharing them with the world.  That is an amazing experience.  

In this episode, I proudly you introduce to the Author & my Dad. Find out what influences a great teacher who inspires so many young people to achieve their dreams.   

In this episode, I proudly you introduce to the Author  of Hoppy Hop & my Dad. 

 Hoppy Hop  
Create a Story with your child and watch their imaginations take flight!

See You Soon 
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Friday, June 17, 2016

The Farloft Chronicles

The wisdom of a dragon and the wonderful and wicked characters he meets along the way!  Ms. Snyder,  weaves a tale that keeps the reader glued to page after page.  See how our Kids Rule Reports weigh in!

Start off with the first one in the series here:
It's also a great book to enhance your english language skills!

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Saturday, June 4, 2016

The Rumble In the Jungle

There are people you meet once and they touch your heart for a lifetime. 

Yesterday, 'Ћ Rumble in Ћ Jungle' 
was ‪#‎MuhammadAli‬ an athlete known world wide for standing up for what he believed in. His life-long message reminds us-that ordinary people err; yet, all of us can triumph in reaching for peace.

"Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee"; because, the person who is not eloquent while being "courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." And Remember, to learn along the way from everyone you meet, because;  "The man who views the world at 50 the same as he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life." Most importantly remember; "Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth."

I met ‪#‎MuhammadAli‬ once in the 1990's when I worked as stewardess for Peter Pan VIP coaches. I was able to spend an entire day with him as he took a Peter Pan, VIP Coach around Springfield, MA., visiting hospitals and attending a boxing hall of fame event. He was positive and endearing to everyone he met and he wasn't letting parkinson slow him down. Thinking back upon that day, I see his kindness towards others, even when he sat to talk with you for a few minutes; it simply radiated inward and outward. 

Mr. Ali, invited me in every-where he went that day, something that happened often on these Peter Pan trips, amazing experiences one and all. Each one magical in it's own way. 

As the day was approaching it's close, I thanked Mr. Ali, for allowing me to be part of his day and he gave me the warmest smile and handshake, while asking me to sit for a moment while he wrote me his autograph. He had a briefcase filled with ones he had written and I felt sad and privileged for the time he struggled to write mine. 

Muhammad Ali, lit up rooms wherever he went, spreading his own brand of magic.  We all have it - the choice is how and when we will use it.  

Life Is the Best Fairy Tale and Yours is Unraveling Right Now. Always be aware that the spot light is on you and earnestly give your best performance.

See You Soon 

Denise-Marie aka Ћ ℋead ℱairy 

Sunday, May 29, 2016

The Yellow Bus Boys

I loved this book. It made me feel like a young boy was telling me about his adventures and coming of age.  I laughed and cried with him, throughout the story.  

It is heartwarming, thought provoking, and helped me understand how young boys think and their ability to forgive and forget.  It's fast pace, surprising and has something for readers of all ages; glimpses into history and nostalgia for folks from that time period.  A useful tool for young students reading lists; it lets them know that no matter where you came from and what you've been through you will grow up and move beyond it all and depending on the choices you make along the way; you can aspire to be so much more.  

I am excited to introduce you to Mr. Shaw and the discoveries  and insights behind the story. He is the boy who grew up to be as inspiring, as when he was in the 6th grade.

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

The Face In The Crowd I'll Never Forget

It's early morning just before dawn.  And I remember her like it was yesterday.  A tiny lively little girl with dark brown bouncy curls rather unkempt; but she radiated happiness and yet a longing.   

Ever since I can remember, I have had this desire to travel anywhere everywhere it was inexplicable.  In high school, I took every class I could with no studies, so I could get out of high school my junior year with all my credits and marks to graduate.  I worked at jobs in a bakery, babysitting and catering; saving as much as I could to go to travel school and live on my own in Boston, MA during what would have been my senior year and hit the road. 

I've never regretted this choice and thankfully my parents encouraged me to follow my heart and opened their home often and still do to exchange students and my friends from abroad. Their stipulation about my travel lust - was to ask a lot of questions about where I was going. 

One year shortly thereafter, I had the opportunity to take a few months off and this burning desire to investigate the middle east on my own.  Israel was moving towards the upteenth time of peace talks, but it looked promising and I wanted to be there to see history, to experience it.  

I was influenced by Yaakov Levy, a man I never met but having grown up in a home that promoted volunteerism; he was someone I saw as the quintessential public servant, he always spoke about peace and Palestine with impeccable professionalism and hope. It's why I joined Sar-El, to learn about their culture - one that had mandatory enlistment - for me it was just 3 weeks; but I stayed in the middle east for a couple of months. Taking side trips to Turkey, Greece and Egypt. 

Egypt is where I saw her.  I crossed the Taba border, Egypt's busiest border with Israel by bus.  Where I met up with other travelers who had the foresight to book hotel rooms in advance, I figured I save on one hotel room by sleeping on the bus on the way in and I was meeting another girl that wanted to go to Egypt, but didn't want to travel alone - the next day. 

I would pick something out when I got there. I ended up staying in the same hotel as several others on this trip. This was an amazing adventure that I will have to tell you more about another time.  For now, in Cairo, I had met up with many people from other countries and we would explore the pyramids, museums perfumeries, and markets together - along with our guide Yassar and Mohammad (He was rather like a sumo wrestler). 

Yassar was this amazing guy, who was Muslim and had told me about reading the bible in it's entirety; and he had the most incredible stories about the history of Egypt old and new. Each day we ventured out to experience something new in this incredibly busy city; and on one occasion I saw this little girl who was an orphan. We were told not to give money, but my heart just broke so I smiled and said hello and then slipped her a few dollars without the older kids around her seeing.

I couldn't stop thinking about her, I literally wanted to bring her home. But I was a young American who was not Muslim or married; understanding their culture a little better; it was the answer I expected. I was told it would not be possible to adopt her. Each day my goal was to be sure I had change in case I saw her again. I never did - until the day I left and I was on a bus to the Taba border.  
There was a hovering mist and my friends and I were saying good-bye; making plans to meet up in Haifa, Israel a week later. The bus slowly started down the road with my head resting against the window suddenly there she was running along side the bus waving goodbye to me.   I remember her smiling and praying that some how she would have a better life & school. 

I remember her most whenever I see a young child in need; or perhaps today I remember her vividly because I saw a young girl with flowing dark brown hair rush out of school to tell her mother about her day and the mother waved her forward as she continued talking on her cell phone without even acknowledging her own child's accomplishments.  This happens to often.  I wanted to walk up to them and demand the mother put away her phone and remind her how lucky she was to have her children with her! 

This little face in the crowd always reminds me to have time for another when they want to talk and to share what their stories. You never know what hand your going to be dealt next; and the only way to be prepared is to share what you have with others, when you need it most it will be returned in unexpected ways.  

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Saturday, May 14, 2016

Perception Politics Media

The Media and Internet have brought us to amazing places; but it's still a place that requires you should unequivocally check your sources and go back for the full story.

Agreeing and disagreeing on the candidates requires being able to ask more  questions and get the facts. All the facts Not just a part of the puzzle.

State Rep. Al Baldasaro took time out of his schedule to talk about his involvement in the Trump campaign, Veterans Issues, Drug Crisis and more to help clarify some information to our Kids Rule Reporters.

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This interview is about getting more information it does not favor one candidate or another.

Friday, May 6, 2016

Katie McGowan’s Makeup Artistry

KatieMcGowan’s Makeup Artistry,  Here’s your chance to meet her, get some great tips and find out about an array of different product lines. 

The things she can do with makeup is absolutely outstanding; as you’ll see - she actually transforms my look from no makeup to a very polished look with some simple quick tips.

Katie is one of those ladies who make you realize that if you do what you love; you can accomplish amazing things!  

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