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Being a Learner #SOL22

Holy crap, what have I gotten myself into? #uhoh I can't say no. I should be able to. I'm 51 freaking years old. But I can't. I was asked to teach another technology class, a sixth-grade one, to go with... Continue Reading →

Summer Break – #SOL22

Hello blogging family! #helloyoudoofus Hey now! No name-calling, yet! 🙂 It's been a hot minute since I've put my random thought on a computer screen. Why is that, you might ask. Summer break. Both my wife and I have finished... Continue Reading →

Thoughtful Tuesday: This is It (For Another Year)

Last day. Last day of possibly the most draining year of a 26-year career. Between the political nonsense of vouchers, no teaching of topics that might make someone feel uncomfortable, critical race theory, lack of funding, and the public turning... Continue Reading →

“Be A Good Human” #SOL21

#seriously #whyisthisathing I ask the same question daily. One of our sixth grade teachers has a t-shirt that says something about this and we've all pretty much made this our mantra for finishing out the year. Why you might ask?... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salutations: “The Awesome Sixth Grade Team”

Today was our last day of school for the year. Teachers had the day to shut their rooms down, get checked out, and just enjoy the fact that we've survived a very difficult year. I spend the year getting to know... Continue Reading →

Long Time, No Write #SOL18

Yo, blog! Sup?? Long time, no write here! I've neglected you and my 17 readers, and for that I do apologize. But yet, a hiatus (wow, finally had a chance to use that word!) was needed. As we looked through... Continue Reading →

Constant Connectivity

This last weekend my daughters both showed their Brown Swiss heifers at a local four county fair. It's a very laid back event, something that was good because we'd all been fairly stressed about things going on. From the garden... Continue Reading →

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