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#SOLC19 – Day 6 – My Creative Wife

First, Spotify! Who knew? I knew I was old, but dang?? I'm listening to "one hit wonders" with "House Music 2019" saved to listen to later on. Good grief! If you've got a playlist, I'd love to listen to it! Mine... Continue Reading →

Alike – #SOL17

Today in class, we watch this video I discovered called "Alike" by Daniel Martinez Lara and Rafa Cano Mendez. In it, a child and their father go through the steps of losing their "color" due to both work and school. The... Continue Reading →

Fine Arts – Why Not? #SOL17

First, I'd like to encourage all seven you read this blog regularly to consider the Slice of Life Challenge. Those who participate will blog for 31 days straight and comment on three other bloggers, each one of those days as well. It's... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts: Time

Time. I wish I had more. #saideveryteacherever I say that, but I'm the king of frittering away time. I feel like my adult A.D.D. it always in charge because there are always more jobs than the amount of time that... Continue Reading →

Education, Italy, and Foo Fighters

I've had a couple of people comment that they've clicked into my blog because of the titles, just seeing how in the world I'd tie things together with a goofy title like that!  I'd guess this would be no different!... Continue Reading →

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