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Ducks in a row This photo was shot at the Chattahoochee River, 2 miles from my house. If I rise and shine early enough I get to see the glorious magical mist consume the waters. Raising children into productive young adults requires sound decision-making abilities [...]
Fascinating History Account of Early Court Cases Just finishing this book on the eve prior to July 4. If you want to transport back 250 years ago, this book will take you to Springfield Illinois, where an attorney named Abraham Lincoln was developing a reputation [...]
Next Time Around When it's all said and done, I hope to come back next time around as a caterpillar. Caterpillars pay the price to soar. They have to survive as fuzzy ground-crawling worms, subject to wheels of cars, bicycles, feet, and little boys curious [...]
This month's issue of The Council Chronicle had several articles about literacy but the article about poetry resonated with me. Though it was commentary about college students and I work with elementary students, there were perspectives worth sharing. Encourage Poetry Writing I do frequent poetry [...]
Say hi to Ally Alligator Alligator Ally lives in a swamp Ally eats the apples laying on the stump She sees the apple tree in the big blue sky And now she dreams of ah ah ah ah apple pie Alligator Ally loves her apples [...]
I like to express two things in these blogs... One will usually be around language and kids because I'm involved with that in my work, and the other is usually a reflection and approach to some experience because I'm involved in approaches to many situations [...]