Test, Test, test…

Of course transition is the word of the day! πŸ™‚ I placed the word test in there just to experiment with the layout of the wordpress and working through some changes to make thing more accessible to everyone reading.

Questions – when I post a new restaurant review, would you like to see the newest blog at the top rather than the bottom? I put them on condescending order from top to bottom, but that does mean some scrolling! πŸ™‚

Check out the new reviews of restaurants visited over the Christmas holiday as well as last night! πŸ™‚ Yummmm πŸ™‚ I will begin a category called Museums soon and I think make it a separate category it does not get lost in the mix of other attractions!

This is exciting, on P2PU.org, thanks to Karen Fasimpaur we are starting a new class that will also be fueled by former, current, and present PAVE students. This will involve grant writing, and help teachers. THe description is as follows:

Student Grant Writing
A student collaborative project with high school teachers and students to write grants for selected school projects, driven by students. We would like some teachers and students to be involved! πŸ™‚

Also, NCTE is coming for the Fall, and I hope to involve organizations like the Clarice Smith Initiative from the Smithsonian American Museum, as well as implement my Library / Technology courses into projects this year.

I am excited for the Literary Magazine that the students are putting together adding an international component to the magazine. If you know of adults,students, retired, that write poetry and a chance at having their writing represented in our literary magazine, we would love it! asflitmag@gmail.com or to me! We will cut off submissions March 01, 2012.

I think there will exciting developments in education in 2012! Regards to regarding, The Game of Thrones series I am on, third book, is by far deep and plot exciting. I just have to say, when the author gets graphic, he does not need to, the plot carries itself without the need for useless details with relationships, etc, that is disappointing. πŸ™‚

Also, James Patterson has a new Middle School test out that continues his first book, “Middle School Years, the Worst Years of My Life” – it looks good! New Release Info

This weekend is all writing catch up weekend, so hopefully I will get to that point, caught up! Hope to hear from alot of you soon!

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About Harry Brake

Employee of ASF in Mexico City, Librarian, Media crazy! :)
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