Category Archives: Tradition
I don’t like to share. Sharing is fine for other people; it’s great in theory, it’s just not for me. My therapist believes this phenomenon is rooted in the fact that I was born a twin. An identical twin. For all … Continue reading
As a kindergarten teacher, (click here), I spend 180 days a year teaching the curriculum to five-year olds. I spend the better part of those 180 days teaching the really important stuff; the stuff beyond reading, writing, and math. I … Continue reading
I like to visit 1000 Awesome Things. Today I clicked on the blog to find an even better place to visit. Be sure to take this trip.
So, I am all set with #1. Agree completely. I don’t want to accept #8. I will continue to fight the trend. Hoping #21 will mean less paperwork! Please. 21 Things That Will be Obsolete in 2020 | MindShift. Related articles … Continue reading
It’s that time of year. Inescapable weeks between pumpkin carving and champagne cork popping, when I take on the task of sharing my thoughts on The Santa Conspiracy, A.K.A. Christmas (and quite possibly the catchy title for my upcoming, soon to be … Continue reading