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Parenting: It’s Hard Work #SOL19

We are in the process of watching our two adult children (they would either nod their heads or roll their eyes at this statement) grow into responsible adults. Our oldest has enough money saved from internships that she could pay for... Continue Reading →

#sol17 Challenge - Day 3 – Encouragement

My word for today: encouragement. Today, we took our youngest daughter on a college visit. She's been a work in progress from the get go: she flighty, her middle name is drama, she's changes her mind like the weather changes... Continue Reading →

A Season of “Lasts”

I actually got this idea from Two Teachers Writing, and on it, they posted a simple chart about finding inspirations on what to write about.  I've struggled with writing lately as I just see a lot of my drafts being going... Continue Reading →

My Happy Thought: My Daughters’ Passions

I've been lax in keeping up with my writing lately.  It's a combination of no weekends free, a flood of paper work, not feeling well, and just a general sense of yuck. However, I'm writing today about my daughters because... Continue Reading →

Happy Thought – November 7

I didn't get my post up yesterday because I was with my family on our first college visit. That made me feel very old, very quickly watching all this teens and early 20somethings running around, having the times of their... Continue Reading →

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"Refirement" - teaching and learning

The Space Between the Pages

Reading, reflecting, acting, and writing

love always, caitlin

my feeble attempt at capturing this "one wild and precious life"

Joyous Thoughts

It's not always pretty...but it certainly is Joyous

Rita DiCarne

Practicing What I Teach

Inspire. Create. Motivate.

Supporting Early Childhood Education.

Soapbox: The Way I see Things

shouting my heart out for all who may listen

Kinder Kaleidoscope

Tales of Classroom Magic

Ms. Chen in the Middle

“[Kids] don't remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” ― Jim Henson

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my slice of life writing

keepin' it small

big dreams, small bubble