Monthly Archives: March 2016

will we ever change?

how many stories have been shared? how many times can we find examples of this? when did it first happen? who was the first to think let’s blame a group of others to blame ones pain -its all their fault If only … Continue reading

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phone withdraws

This is the generation (our students) who have no idea how to live with out their phones.  They don’t know what to do when faced with a long bus ride without technology by their side.  We are taking 8th graders to … Continue reading

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practicing wanderer

bags packed airport bound adventure filled short on sleep full of love stay too short back at home 3 1/2 days to go pack bags airport bound west not east more adventures to come!  

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4 years 

Facebook informed me today that I have been friends with my daughter for 4 years. I thought back over the past 4 years.  Back to her junior year in high school.  So many challenges or as we try to call … Continue reading

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Solo traveling

I have, over the years, found myself in the position of wanting to do something or go somewhere but no one to join me.  I have never been one to let lack of a companion stop me from doing what … Continue reading

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History on repeat

Today my daughter and I ventured out to explore more of all that is Queens.  We went to The Queens Museum which is in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.  The park had been built for The Worlds Fair in the 1960’s. … Continue reading

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Broken slice

An early morning Middle of the night start A joyous greeting A history lesson of all things  Satchmo Off to her job  Watching her Waiting tables  Writing my slice. Finished  perfect  That perfect slice  Hit publish  ERROR crash Ugh slice … Continue reading

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