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I am a perennial optimist
I Am Becoming the Me I Was Born To BeAs I journey through this part of my life I have discovered my next mountain. The key is to be the me I want to be in the world, as my gift back to God.
- Why do we require students to take history/social studies?
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- He lifted me up
- The power of math can be exponential
- The contented soul is all alone with God
- The precise moment when friendship is formed
- The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes
- There are so many reasons that Peter is my favorite apostle
- Cabbage and Sausage soup
- What is the point of our daily lives?
- Happy New Year! Open the book; turn the page
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In my previous post http://believeanyway.wordpress.com/2012/10/14/do-you-repeatedly-make-the-same-discoveries-about-yourself/I wrote about my very cool pen and the consequence of losing it to my teacher. Out of the larger context, his actions sound unselfish and unfair. But this teacher was one for the ages. He … Continue reading
Today was pi day. Yep 3/14. I have always enjoyed algebra. I especially love linear equations. I find them to be fun. Single linear equations and solving systems of linear equations. I didn’t use to like geometry. But this year … Continue reading
Cheer, Cheer for Old Notre Dame Wake up the echoes cheering her name, Send a volley cheer on high, Shake down the thunder from the sky What tho’ the odds be great or small Old Notre Dame will win over … Continue reading
If you could change how schools work….”If you could change how schools work, what would you change? What is wrong with how public education for kids is structured? What works well? What specific things about school do you remember, good … Continue reading
Describe a dream you’ve had more than once. This is an interesting post topic for me. Here is a dream/nightmare I have had more than once. It usually spooks me so much that I wake up. Generally I am on … Continue reading
Summer is winding down and it is the doldrums of reruns in the vast wasteland of television. The news itself even sounds like the olds. I am weary of discussing politics, the economy, the weather….I long for a lengthy discussion … Continue reading
Topic #209: What’s the best idea you’ve ever had, that you never did anything about? Is it too late to do something now? The best idea i’ve ever had involved starting my own school. The school would be structured by … Continue reading
Should schools control what kids eat for lunch?. I have a point of order here. You may think i am being picky, but it is an essential and important distinction. Schools can control what they sell to kids for their … Continue reading
Describe the town where you grew up.The summer after i finished 1st grade my family moved to a small town in MN. It was absolutely the perfect town to be a kid. Our neighborhood was FULL of kids. We were … Continue reading
What’s the most trouble you’ve ever been in? My answer will be a little bit boring and some who read my response will roll their eyes and say–’oooh what an edgy chick; life on the edge’….what can I say? I was … Continue reading