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Sunday Salutations: Iowa Irish Fest and Chad #SOL21

My writing schedule is messed up, thus, the hash tag for the Slice of Life, put on by the web site of Two Writing Teachers. I did not post because *sigh* I'm at the Iowa State Fair, AGAIN! #sillyman But,... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salutation: Moving On

This is another blog that was in my drafts. It had no text, just the title, which I found a bit odd, but ok. So, moving on, where do we take this one? Perhaps, it's could be about moving on... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salutations: It Was A Good Day

"I got to say it was a good day." - Ice Cube Today was one of those days where things just felt right. We've struggled a little bit as of late, just with diet and motivation in getting exercise into... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salutations: Present and a Simple Picture

I started out with Day 1 documenting our trip to Boston. It proved to be a difficult to write and be present in what we were doing in Boston. My next few blogs will be about our trip, but this... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salutations: You Never Know Your Impact

It's Sunday. I've got my coffee. I've got my water. My cat, my wife next to me, and CBS Sunday Morning on the tv. Life is good. We've been (ok, she's been) working on changing a few habits of our... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salutations: Melancholy Celebrations

This weekend has been an odd one and it's Sunday night. The last two days, we've gone to our first graduation parties of a former students. It's fun to go and celebrate this accomplishment with them. When they walk out... Continue Reading →

Gearing Up

15 days. #what 15 days of school left in a year that's saw much more grey hair plus the weight lost in the spring packed back on. #Ohdear Yes, as we said in church today: "This year has been....challenging." Challenging... Continue Reading →

2020: A Scrambled Season

I'm in bread making mode right now, waiting for my first batch to finish rising. It's a labor of love for those who I work with as I give a loaf of bread and a jar of salsa. This year... Continue Reading →

What Now and How?

Well, we've made it through the 2019 - 2020 school year! #ladefreekinda We've put in the time to create a whole new world for our students, building the airplane while flying it. #nowwhat What will happen this summer? We attended... Continue Reading →

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