Monthly Archives: December 2017

BeingPresent #oneword2018

The road we take and the journey along the way, is, at times, not in our control, but what is, is the present. And that’s how I came to my #oneword2018 “BePresent or BeingPresent.” I think of it often when … Continue reading

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The Snowy Day: More Than A Picture Book

It’s winter break: whether we wish each other a Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa or Happy Holidays, teachers and kids are or will be enjoying Winter Break. Celebrating this time of year with my grandkids is always the best … Continue reading

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On My Mind

It’s so rare we get to do a “redo” and my role as a substitute teacher doesn’t mean I get a “redo” but it does give me time for “rethinks” or as bloggers call it “reflections!” On my mind as … Continue reading

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What I Learned Watching Hamilton: The Musical

I came home from seeing Hamilton and all I could think about was the “brilliance of the words;” the lyrics blew me away. It truly was “poetry in motion.” Not a fan of rap (a cacophony of noise unfamiliar to … Continue reading

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