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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

Working hard to make sense of it all

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June 2019

Friday Thoughts: Charlestown – Day 5 – Our Last Adventure

We've been averaging about 5 miles of walking a day, so we woke up sloooowly today! It was another glorious, hot, humid day in South Carolina, and we have loved every single day of it. It's shown me, dude, you need... Continue Reading →

Thursday Thinkings: Charleston – Day 4 – Another Day of Firsts

Another day in paradise (or vacation)! We woke up to hot and humid! The predicted temperature was to be over 90 degrees with a heat index over at least 100 degrees. I'm not sure that it got there, but it... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wanderings – Charleston: Day 3 – A Foodie’s Delight

Today, it was all about the food. First, breakfast! We had fresh fruit, yogurt with granola, delicious coffee, and our other choices were grits and eggs. I had a little try of the grits. Paste. Nope, not a fan. Everything... Continue Reading →

Charleston: Day Two – Fort Sumter #SOL19

We started today like we would the rest of the week at The Meeting Street Inn, with a gorgeous breakfast. Today options: fresh pineapple and canalope, yogurt with blueberries and strawberries, topped with granola, scrambled eggs and sausage patties, and... Continue Reading →

Monday Muddlings – Charleston: Our Arrival

This begins in March, our 25th wedding anniversary, when we decide where we want to go. Over the years, we've gone to a variety of places (Niagra Falls, San Antonio, and New Orleans) with an anniversary band thrown in for good... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salutations – A Charleston Get Away

Today's blog will be a quick one! Happy Two Days After Summer Solstice Day! I hope your longest sunlight day of the year was a grand one. Over the next few days, I'm going to write about our trip to... Continue Reading →

Noticing #SOL19

Here I am, in our local repair shop, typing this on my phone because my data is all used up, making my phone a big paper weight. #profanity But, my phone is a "new to me" phone (I'm a cheap... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salutations: “The Awesome Sixth Grade Team”

Today was our last day of school for the year. Teachers had the day to shut their rooms down, get checked out, and just enjoy the fact that we've survived a very difficult year. I spend the year getting to know... Continue Reading →

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