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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

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Friday Thoughts: Happy Food

Just a few veggies Yesterday, I was pushed out of my comfort zone by my wife. Again. #gofigure We went to a farmer's market. To sell things. To real people. Our garden has always been huge and when there were... Continue Reading →

Head in the Sand #SOL20

I've decided that the "head in the sand" way of looking at life is the one for me. Why you might ask? #andIamgladyoudid This is the life for me because otherwise, it's very possible I'll send my computer through the... Continue Reading →

#SOLC20 – Day 21 – Life Moves Forward

It finally stopped raining and snowing and being blustery, so my wife and I took advantage and got outside. We walked three miles, mooed at the herd of cows in the field, and got the patio furniture out. I came... Continue Reading →

#SOLC20 – Day 20 – Student Commenting

Today was Day 3 of my vlog, and the kids are being awesome with this experiment. #asyouwouldexpect Today's vlog received more comments and compliments as well: Your not a nerd Me describing myself as one when I talked about the... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

So Many Questions

Can I do this? I'm not a secure person, not in the least.  We talk about how social media gives our students a voice, I was that student in middle school and high school.  I never had that courage to... Continue Reading →

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