A little poem inspired by a tradition in our family. Peace! BINGO Welcome to the danger round, where everyone's a winner. The key is clearing the prize table, before we get to dinner. With four cards drawn and the call card filling there's no chance you will not win. Unless you aren't paying attention, lets … Continue reading Happy Holidays!
Last week I posted about finally finishing my children's book "Have you seen my charger?" . This week I would like to share a little poem from my Nana. Betty Gaskell (Fluegge) was my Nana. My maternal grandmother and I miss her dearly. Nana had many gifts, but did not always show them off. I … Continue reading BIOLOGY- A Love Poem
PostedI sit. I Listen. I allow silence to surround.With winter fading and spring awaiting,no leaves on tree or ground.With little wind the forest rests, and invites me to do the same.I close my eyes and rest as well,and let the woods reclaim.With mother nature all around it’s easy to let go.Of all my stress and … Continue reading Posted: A Nature Poem
For those who know me you might be able to envision my reaction when I read the opening line from David Elliot's book, Bull. Sorry Mom, I am just quoting here. ''Whaddup, bitches?” I literally set the book down. But like a curious cat the intrigue of why a book would start in this way … Continue reading ‘Bull’ An Unexpected Literary Treat
This past school year I started posting a weekly Quote of the Week to accompany a Video of the Week. The goal being to start each week with some thought provoking material for students to ponder. Ideas which had very little to do with content and very much to do with self discovery. Most weeks … Continue reading Self Discovery