This was the theme of our B-1 day today. Eleven years ago, in response to the Columbine Massacre, a group of students came together wanting to do something to address the horrible incident at Columbine. They came up with a day entitled B-1, a day about students created by the students. Over the years, I... Continue Reading →


Firsts and Lasts

The first time my eldest son, Ryan, saw his shadow marked the moment that I began living through my children's eyes. I remember a poem-- where mostly I was questioning the existence of God, in which I wrote "he put my eyes right inside my child's, so I could see, again, how beautiful it is... Continue Reading →

Yes! Again.

A week has passed since the 2012 Oscar Ceremony has commenced and what has resonated most is Meryl Streep's acceptance speech for Best Leading Actress, so I write this blog in dedication to Meryl Streep. While I have yet to see the film, The Iron Lady, which is the performance that earned her the award,... Continue Reading →

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