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The devastation in Oklahoma is difficult to imagine for those of us who didn't go through Monday's deadly tornado. The photos, video and other images coming from Moore, Oklahoma are very moving.
I have found some websites that have some of those images:
Appointment TV viewing is going the way of the Dodo, and a new survey highlights that.
A survey conducted on behalf of Netflix2 found more than half of the respondents said they would "cheat" on their partner by watching a program via streaming before their partner did.
Many of us have already done this. (I'll admit, I have watched episodes of "The Newsroom" without my hubby. I just couldn't wait to see it. Don't judge.)
Here's the scoop on the whole survey.
If your child loves the outdoors, you may want to consider the T.O. Fuller State Park's Jr. Ranger Camp.
It's a free day camp from June 3-6!
There are spaces still available (which is amazing at this late date for camps!) and the kids will be sworn in as Jr. Rangers on the last day of camp! They'll go on hikes, play games and do crafts, all while they build a relationship with the outdoors.
It's for ages 6-14, and you'll need to get your kids registered by May 31st.
Email Michael.Champagne@tn.gov or Daniel.Burgess@tn.gov for more information.
Click here for the T.O. Fuller State Park website.
Additional contact info: (901) 543-7581