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#SOLC21 – Day 2 – The Universe Speaks

Sometimes, things pop out and just seem to yell, "HEY, PAY ATTENTION!" I got two emails from very different places, within two hour of each other. They both made me stop what I was doing a take a good inventory... Continue Reading →

The Playing Field Project #SOL20

I know people who do amazing things. A few years ago (was it that long ago) that wrote about a former student named Kara and her writing. She's continued to write and has put out some pretty amazing stories on... 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 →

A Wide Range of Emotions #SOL20

I'm not even sure where to start with this because there's so many emotions running through me over the last few days. Sadness: I went into my classroom to start packing things up and getting ready for the end of... Continue Reading →

Intend – #SOL20

Intend to have in mind as something to be done or brought about; plan: This virus has been a parade of suckatude on a monumental level. So, my wife and I have decided to do follow "Yoga with Adriene". She... Continue Reading →

What World Do You Want? #SOL20

Last week, I read an article on Medium called "Prepare for the Ultimate Gaslighting". #whatisgaslighting That's a great question! That's the first sentence of the article: *Gaslighting, if you don’t know the word, is defined as manipulation into doubting your... Continue Reading →

#SOLC20 – Day 4 – Music Heals the Soul

This morning, as I was getting my Twitter fix for the day, I came across this gem from @lizzy_ng:  I’m at school 2 hours after the bell blasting Pearl Jam and doing sub plans. You feel me? #RockonYoungGun I love... Continue Reading →

Civility – it’s a thing #SOL20

One of the many emails I've received this year was from Daniel Pink. He runs an email group where he sends out a short video every other week called "The Pinkcast". It's set to introduce us to an expert, give... Continue Reading →

Twitterverse vs. Real Life #SOL20

Good morning to all. One of the things I've read time and time again, if you are going to write, just do it. #sorryNike So, here I am, just doing it! This morning, I came across this thread dealing with... Continue Reading →

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