Monthly Archives: June 2016

Snapchat: From Sydney

A few weeks ago my granddaughter Sydney (almost 12) asked me about Snapchat. I really didn’t have any information to share so I went to Twitter and asked @gcouros about it. He referred me to @ajjulani who had written a … Continue reading

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Missing Parts

I wonder who else sits on their front porch and questions what happened to their missing parts? I’m sitting here thinking about what I’ve missed as I’ve focused on”Teacherhood.” Not the parenting or grandparenting, not time with my husband because Teacherhood, … Continue reading

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WHAT IF, It’s Not The “Program”?

This started and continues to be a post about education, but I digress for a bit. (I write this post a day after the tragedy in Orlando, Florida.) What if our role as educators is to instil empathy, love and … Continue reading

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It’s Been A Year (and retirement ain’t so bad)

Wow is really what pops in my mind. It’s been a year since I retired and I think I’m going to be all right. For a long time I was terribly lost. My focus and my “raison d’être” seemed gone. … Continue reading

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