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Author Archives: Harry Brake
Okay I get it Valentine’s Day, candy, candygrams, flower grams, etc etc etc – but I learned through this holiday I have loathed – a word ventursomeness that perfectly described some of the most lovely individuals I have come to … Continue reading
It dawned on me, as leaders in our country take confrontations brought to them and react with removal of voices, lashing back, lashing out, little is being done to reach across to individuals that disagree with maybe one’s perspective, despite … Continue reading
I was sitting in a The Cheesecake Factory – my first time and long on my to do list to check out, and towards the end of the dinner – as often happens because I do not keep a television … Continue reading
Days, and weeks I just could not put together details on how to coordinate something to represent some of our students, our school, our community. As always, as is so crazy, something fell into our lap and just represents what … Continue reading
Wow – where to begin with 2019? As I thought about this today, a 67 degree day, YES- December 30th, and I was in shorts, short-sleeves, and walking the dogs as they looked up at me and questioned – … Continue reading
In hearing the podcast with Peter Schjeldahl and his article The Art of Dying, the gift of awareness struck home this holiday. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/12/23/the-art-of-dying\ Be it from my Dad who worked ridiculous times of the day and night for others and … Continue reading
One pound of turkey breast! I exclaimed this on Christmas Eve as I went through Chick Fil A in Seaford to Alastornia (a pretty great student who is capable of a million things), a fellow Woodbridge student. I literally, less … Continue reading
Holidays are an amazing thing. If you are an educator, holidays do indeed look alot different to you. Educator’s calendars and days grow to over 72 hours a day of needs with less than 24 hours of ability to reach … Continue reading
…for an hour, take a nap. If you want to be happy for a week, take a vacation. If you want to be happy for a lifetime, help people.” Such was the sentiment sent to me from the Carper Family … Continue reading
Sometimes, the place we think we’re going when we start our careers is not the place we end up. – http://www.theatrefolk.com/episode159 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJoWCm2Ngvo In listening to this particular interview with Stephen Gregg, I loved the point made that Hamlet and … Continue reading