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Blogging ends up taking on its own life. Now that is a funny statement. When I started this blog as a means to document, like a diary, a permanent record of myself changing countries and swapping experiences as an individual, … Continue reading
“We are not clowns in a circus for you to come, and watch and make research notes about and make your name for writing down our suffering.”
It would be pretty easy to just let some pretty outstanding moments slip by, and yet, the whole purpose of this blog was to be able to capture some of the most amazing moments that often defy explanation. I am … Continue reading
There are Methods to the madness. Take for example, YES! It is Poetry month and there is such a smattering pf poetry in this production, could it be by chance? I do not think so… First, I love unexpected – … Continue reading
I honestly cannot remember a single time is has occurred, close at times, but never to this extent. Reading this made me realize how much school libraries and the experiences that occur outside of them, as much as what happens … Continue reading
March 8, 2019 – Our District-wide Professional Development Day at Woodbridge High – some of you may hear that soundtrack of Jaws in the background, but do not fret – think more like the soundtracks of Han Zimmer, because sure … Continue reading
A talented colleague of mine from Mexico wrote the following: “Had a profound, perspective changing evening yesterday. Those of you who tend to enjoy this type of introspective thought process (TJ Larum, Suzanne Grundyblum, Paula Roufs, Ellie Briana, Samantha Ayers … Continue reading
Taxes came back today – that was the fastest I ever received a return – Spring 2019 semester paid off, some bills paid off, next paycheck will jump ahead to getting my storage out of storage from Mexico and finally, … Continue reading
…Hour 33, Day Two of 24in48… and what does 24in48 reading marathon mean so far? For sure despite wanting to roll through a stack of books, I had to find a way to remain connected to 24in48 without accomplishing a … Continue reading