Tag Archives: Resilience

Change And A Parable

I went to temple for Rosh Hashanah services and listened to an interesting sermon each day of the holiday. One was on change: how some change may appear as good and how some change may appear as bad. Basically my take-a-way: … Continue reading

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A Rainy Day Insight

View from the Javits Center My week in New York is a lot different this time, from last year. True I’m here because my son is in the New York NOW show at the Javits Center. Last year I came, … Continue reading

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Geniushour and Origami: No Lazy Learners Here

I subbed in four classrooms this week: Monday, 1st grade; Wednesday, a 4 year old program; Thursday, kindergarten; and Friday, another 1st grade class. It was a busy week and I’m becoming quite adept in wearing different teacher hats! A … Continue reading

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More Often Than Not

I’ve been busy these past two weeks celebrating life as a grandmother (Bubbie) to my three delightful, high-energy and curious grandchildren. It was Sydney’s Bat Mitzvah  and family and friends near and far came to share the occasion with this remarkable child. … Continue reading

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Courage, Resilience and Hope

I have another post waiting in the wings, but today I want to take this space to share with you our experience (my daughter and granddaughters) had at the Anne Frank exhibit at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. Indirectly it … Continue reading

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About Resilience

Most of my posts are related to education and even those that are not directly, I find a connection to my years as a teacher of young children. I enjoy starting my day reading my emails to see if any … Continue reading

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A Chance Encounter

I spent Thanksgiving with my three grandkids in Dallas. It was wonderful being part of their energy; each with their own personality, likes and dislikes, moments of cohesiveness in their interactions and at times the discord. They practiced piano and … Continue reading

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