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javascript class state localstorage

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I've been working with my Chingu project a ton, and haven't posted recent experiments, so as I was working on figuring something out today, I kept in mind to share the experiment on blogger.


picture:  the html page in 'start' state.  'START' is text in the main div which is green.   Below that div is a shorter div with the next color that will appear, which is yellow. The top of the page says:  Make something happen here: below that is a button that says: "CHANGE PAGE STATE".  video of process in action box changes from text: start, background-color: green,  to middle/yellow, to end/red.










I start off like I do the other javascript experiments,
Make a folder on desktop (anyname):
in anyname folder,  I make a JavaScript file, and a HTML file. (optional css file)
*This one also has a small css file to just give it some shape*

Now when I want to test how my files are interacting and running,  I go to my anyname folder, double click the HTML file,  and my …

parenting, learning, and code

A parent, is apparent is a parent.

First let me say that I know every situation is unique, and we are human.  Situations can be so massively diverse, that what I say in this post may only apply a tiny bit, if at all.  We all have singular experiences and nothing can be truly universal, especially when it comes to parenting.

Because:
Now it's not just one human experience.
It's another, one (or more) that a parent is exclusively responsible for.  Especially a single/only parent.

I don't want to say that having a co-parent makes things easier, but.... IT DOES. 
I don't want to say that being an only/single parent is harder, but .... IT IS.

Me and my siblings were raised by a single parent.  Me and my sister are single/only parents currently.

Maybe jealousy has a hand in this.  I see two parent's handling problems, and everyday challenges with their child(ren) and I want so badly to have a person to shoulder that with me.  But again, there are so so many variances.  I…