2014 Summer’s PROMISE

Each summer, I look forward to tackling the pile of books I've acquired and stacked throughout the teaching year-- those I want to read but simply don't have the time. I call it my Summer's Promise. It invites me, each summer, to choose what I'm in the mood for and when. Inevitably, some in the... Continue Reading →


The Other Place

Every summer it beckons, like a calling. The few summers we didn't respond didn't seem like summer at all. I smell the salt water in the air when we arrive, feeling the familiar heat like a tattered, cottony, smooth blanket, each tear marking a memory. Our car wades through the traffic like taking baby steps... Continue Reading →


Summer of Repairs

Every time we turn around, something is falling apart. We began the summer preparing for Tyler's high school graduation party. Having invited 80 guests, we rented a tent, hired a caterer, I prepared some dishes myself, decorated with balloons and streamers-- classy grey, black and white theme-- and stood back, ready for the guests to... Continue Reading →


Simply Summer

The anticipation of it is marked on the white board in my classroom: 10, 9 , 8, 7, 6... 1 more day until summer. And, finally-- ahhhh-- it's here. The thing about summer is all the possibilities that await. Eight weeks of whatever I want to do until having to even think about the reality... Continue Reading →


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