- 911 Project
- All things Museums!
- Butler High School Class of 1990 Golden Tornadoes
- Children and Family specific events
- Cool Corners of Mexico City and Around the World
- D is for Delaware!
- Educational Tools!
- Hidden Gems found in Urls
- How Do I….
- Just Inside the D.F.
- Kindred Running Spirits
- Lingo and important bits ‘o info in Mexico!
- Markets and Must See’s in Mexico!
- MUN 2015
- Nanticoke River Watershed Conservancy Project Page
- Opening the pages of…
- Outside Mexico City Travel
- PAVE – a mobile idea…
- Professional Library Portfolio
- Restaurants as a second home…
- Services in Mexico City
- Terrific Traipsing Places in Takoma Park, Maryland and Surrounding Areas!
- The Riff emerging from Repentino..
- Tuning into the Music of your Life…
- Unique things that make life unique!
- WHAT and WHERE should I read?
- Who is Harry Brake and why a blog?!
- WHS Memorial Trees
- Why is this Named…in Mexico?
Monthly Archives: March 2014
I love this link about the misconceptions of Mexico – and right now love the amazing weather Mexico has right now – 16 Celcius, 60 Fahrenheit – amazing weather and just good to be outside. I forgot to mention, when … Continue reading
Looking back on New York, the collection of accomplishments makes you proud to know students from ASF cope so well and succeed on their own, once given the tools. Here is my list that grows the more I think about … Continue reading
Waking up later was heaven – the progressing feeling of concluding events in New York always causes mixed feelings, but sleeping in is amazing, and seeing the sunny warm weather in New York on our last day was heavenly. Packing … Continue reading
As we woke up – we knew we had an appointment with Ms. Zweibel, who would give us a critique on the magazine we did in 2012-2013, not judged because the category for print was not met due to problems … Continue reading
I think the title seems to cover it, but even with more sleep, we all felt the impact of a city as large as New York City – and realized how much it can wear you down mentally trying to … Continue reading
Up at 6:00 AM, the staff was ready to roll out before 9:00, I raced to the CSPA conference early to get badges, lanyards, all their registration materials, and boom, we walked to Columbia – and we were in the … Continue reading
Wow! it IS Wednesdasy as I write this, and the notes the students have, and I have are way to long, so here is a synopsis for starters…Looking at the previous day’s post does about cover the events for the … Continue reading
Today, due to the reroutings and the sudden changes of rerouting, tons of walking, and exhausting physical activity yesterday, we set out hoping the walking down to minimum, and we arrived at the former Woolworth’s Building to meet with Harlequin … Continue reading
Wow, believe it or not, students were up EARLY! It was enough time to get a bearing of our location the morn, get them out and orient themselves, then meet back and head to Central park and we made it … Continue reading