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Explorations of mind, paths, and life

And that’s a wrap!

Posted on August 24, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | 2 Comments

So my dad kept the kids for the weekend [after bowling] and Gary and I basically moseyed around doing stuff of little consequence. The highlights were a small treasure in the mail, bowling with friends [and getting the bumpers up for my turn,] watching Jack dance non-stop between efforts to heave a 10 pound ball […]

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Stuffed & Squalwatching

Posted on August 22, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | 1 Comment

So, today is my birthday. I have gained another year and am teetering on the edge of 40 (which, I hope, is finally making my parents proud because I am catching up to them :-P). The week has been filled with anticipation (of the “Hurricane”), weathery teases (T.S. Fay clinging to Florida like a baby […]

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Justinator

Posted on August 18, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | Leave a Comment

JP has returned to the classroom, starting the 8th grade. The week leading up to the infamous return to school included the usual motherly duties of shopping for clothes (the kid had to be coaxed out of the dressing room with threats about taking away gaming opportunities or favorite foods), the purchase of school supplies […]

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WARNING – Moving

Posted on August 17, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | Leave a Comment

Well, now that my web-friends are growing, and I am opening up to exposing my blog in more places I have started to have second thoughts about using my full name as the domain. Certainly, you can still get here with my original domain name, but I expect your feeds will have to change (Sorry). […]

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Bowl of WHAT?

Posted on August 16, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | 4 Comments

The entire strangeness of what is brought into a dream just blows my mind. Now let me first say that I have been wanting to blog this for several days now, along with a few other tid-bits, but I have hesitated for several reasons. I am beginning to realize that some of my students, clients, […]

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Birthday?

Posted on August 12, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | Leave a Comment

I finally figured out what I want for my birthday, and it started with a student who stopped in after the mid-term to tell me to see Carol our Registrar. Carol has some little guys that need a home and apparently my hubby told her to “talk to the wife.” So, that is exactly what […]

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Again…

Posted on August 11, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | Leave a Comment

And it starts again… As I work through pages of journal entries and attend to the posting of grades, I again struggle with the ongoing inattention of students to the responsibilities of their own education. I watch dollars slip through their fingers, and knowing so deeply the challenges of keeping my head above water, learning […]

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Dream Carnival

Posted on August 10, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | Leave a Comment

This morning, in the lull of sleep and awakening, I found myself tearing through a carnival of a dream, so much so, that I am not sure I wasn’t running around frantic all night long and I feel really worn out this morning. If you are not into reading the details of a dream – […]

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13 Years

Posted on August 7, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | 3 Comments

Today is the 13th anniversary of the birth of Justin. In the last two hours before having the opportunity to write this my head was filled with all kinds of stories to write about. I called my sister to inform her that I officially had a teenager today. She said, “It’s your birthday too!” “No, […]

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Blast 2 the Past

Posted on August 5, 2008 - Filed Under self reflect | 1 Comment

Evelyn in 1954Evelyn in 1968This is just TOO funny. I was visiting TxPoppet’s Canned Laughter website and caught a glimpse of a comment she made about a yearbook picture in a tweet. I followed along and ended up in a giggling fit. I noticed I look like Grandma with those horned-rimmed glasses! AND 1994 – […]

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