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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

Working hard to make sense of it all

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August 2016

Junk sport? What Junk Sport?

I'll qualify all this by saying there are no junk sports, period. Regardless of where our children focus their energies, that's what's important to them. If we are 100% behind them, we are part of the problem. That being said, I'd... Continue Reading →

Finding Joy in the Little Things

My past month: lost a week of preparations due to two separate trips to the state fair. moved our oldest to college. lost a friend to college another person who's been in the family circle for years has been given a... Continue Reading →

In-Take Conferences #SOL

I can admit when I'm wrong. And it takes a real man to be able to do so. 🙂 (I'm hoping my wife reads this demonstration of admitting of my being wrong.) Last year, when we were told that part... Continue Reading →

Too Many Highs and Lows

Good morning blog! Long time no see, again! I've just taken a bit of a break from writing just because I'm not feeling the urge to purge. Ha! A funny rhyme! 🙂 That urge has returned, though after the last... Continue Reading →

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