Monthly Archives: September 2020

Addendum: Will I Pray Alone? Part 2

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher As promised here is what and how my prayers for Yom Kippur were accomplished. Tradition or habits at times drive how I approach life and certainly with my holidays. It was so difficult to come … Continue reading

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Will I Pray Alone?

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher So I have a deadline. What you may ask? You write a blog, what deadline can you have? Well, I want to hit PUBLISH before Sunday night, before Yom Kippur. I’ll get it … Continue reading

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Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher It’s fascinating to me that I write more now that I’m farther from the everyday life of a teacher, then before. Thoughts pop in my head and as I reflect I often wonder … Continue reading

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Close At Hand

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher An ode to students everywhere.  Sit here, look, this is me, I read, watch, think and wonder When did it all go so wrong? Sit here, reflect with me, is my wrong, different … Continue reading

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I Miss The KIDS!!

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher  Hey was that loud enough? Do you in the back hear me? NO, then I’ll say it again..I MISS THE KIDS! Okay, I miss the place I call school. Not just the building, but … Continue reading

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