Monthly Archives: February 2011

Acting “As If . . .”

The last week or so has been wicked busy, if I might indulge in some local slang. All the snow of recent weeks has left my careful class planning in shambles; since I teach two grade levels, I try hard … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Educational philosophy | 2 Comments

Honoring the Process and Opening the Windows

I thought I might not post an article this weekend; there has been a lot of activity in my brain this week, and I’m rather dizzy from all of it. But writing is often the way for me to arrive … Continue reading

Posted in Retirement, Writing | 6 Comments

Sleeping in a Church and the Issue of Homelessness

This weekend I helped chaperone an overnight teen retreat, sponsored by the three churches in our community. In a small town, it’s hard for a church youth group to round up very many kids, and so we combined forces for … Continue reading

Posted in Generosity, Homelessness | 2 Comments