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Communion

There is something about the first days of a new school year that refreshes my heart, mind and soul.  It’s not the smell of new supplies or the squeaky clean building with its shiny waxed floors.  It’s not the aroma … Continue reading

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“You can’t make me…”

After reading “You Don’t Need to Be Brilliant to Be Wise” by George Couros on his blog The Principal of Change, I was inspired to respond at length. How many times have we heard little ones say “you can’t make … Continue reading

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Endings and beginnings. . .

I’ve always fancied myself a writer of sorts, though I’ve never published anything you would have read, that is, until now.  I love the art of writing–the careful and deliberate re-creation of experience and feeling so that others may share … Continue reading

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