Summer Blues, Part One

It’s that time of year again: summer possession. Tiny visits his dad for two, two week stints, every summer. This is the first round, and I’m already dreading the second. I don’t look forward to summer, and, although this is the fourth summer of being divorced, I still can’t get past the, “this is not...
No comments posted on June 23, 2015 in Winging It, Mom Style

Ten Driving Habits That Make You A Jerk

Every day I climb into my car, strap on my seatbelt, and lift up a prayer that no one will kill me while I’m driving. Every day, as I’m driving along, someone tries to kill me. It’s a running joke with my family, friends, and loved ones that my car must be invisible to other...
1 comment posted on June 4, 2015 in Life, Opinions

Teachers Deserve Respect, Because They ARE Educators

Reading time was nearing an end. My students were enthralled in a young adult fiction novel entitled, Things Not Seen, by Andrew Clements. Though my students were fifth graders, I knew that, by reading above grade level books to my below grade level readers, I would expand their vocabulary, listening, and comprehension skills. This particular...
No comments posted on June 3, 2015 in Winging It, Mom Style
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