what writing is like…

playing with words walking in someone else's shoes trying to figure stuff out traveling somewhere you've never been making it up as you go along figuring out the puzzle, even with missing pieces dreaming with your eyes open fixing what went wrong sifting through details using your right brain and left brain at the same... Continue Reading →

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The Art of a Woman

In honor of INTERNATIONAL WOMEN's DAY, March 8th, I've reflected on women whose words and deeds have inspired me. They've filled me with goals and dreams. They've altered my thinking and changed me, somehow. Their words have affected my words. This is my homage to them. Their WORDS... Images: Alcott, Louisa May. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisa_May_Alcott Angelou, Maya.... Continue Reading →

Messy Learning Inherent to Great Teaching

Teaching is a challenging profession, no matter what the political pundits would have you believe. It takes a great deal of time (education, preparation, planning, assessing, reflecting, adjusting...), energy and experience to embody all of the characteristics of a great teacher. And, lets face it, there are a lot of great teachers out there. Two... Continue Reading →

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