On my walk today with Scott, down the sidewalk to the wooden bridge over Fiddle Creek, we pause as we always do to gaze down and enjoy nature’s beauty growing … Continue Reading SOL19 Day 2 Serendipity
You know you’re a nerdy teacher when… You’re comfortable with students knowing more than you Your students are comfortable sharing their aha’s of a new shortcut with you and their … Continue Reading SOL19 Nerdy Teacher
A winter kitten, this wild one has cabin fever.
a few areas that could have used some warning signs.
We survive as a human race when we understand our relationship to each other– in our families, little neighborhoods, clubs, religious places, work places, gatherings. And in each of those … Continue Reading Slice of Life Ubuntu
Serendipity. Just a turn off the usual path for who knows what reason. Just a whim.
Hidden Clouds float by in a hazy blue sky over the cream and brown and red rock, granite tales from eons ago, eroded with rich dirt into a steep … Continue Reading NaPoWriMo Hidden
Click for larger view Second Cup: Cinnamon Perhaps not plain for the second cup, Perhaps a memory to spice things up; Cinnamon in an old salt shaker, milk glass … Continue Reading NaPoWriMo Second Cup
Today, she will be cleansed with water. Baptized in her new faith, a two-thousand year old faith, still keeping with those beliefs and rituals. We will witness this as her … Continue Reading SOL18 Ablution
We are two hours from any major city, forty-five minutes from a larger town. On the other hand, we are five minutes from any appointment. No traffic. Just hop in … Continue Reading SOL18 Old Rural Small
Like an old pair of shoes left in the garden Some in the world weather away Things, people, ideas But time passing brings passion anew For time forward Things, people, … Continue Reading SOL18 Nature’s Hope
On Sunday, we received a call from our neighbors who have three HUGE German Shepherd dogs. They’d corralled a very friendly huge Husky dog with a very friendly attitude reminiscent … Continue Reading SOL18 Friend
Last year I participated in several doodle challenges, including Sketch50. I wanted to learn how to draw basic shapes and learn to quickly draw basic sketches to represent ideas. … Continue Reading SOL18 Sketch50 Banner
Layered petals visions of pink in evening clouds at first so light but flowing with brilliant orange-red until sun sets the darkness. Gouache Painting by Sheri This post is written … Continue Reading SOL18 Rose
March 18 7:05 PM Sunset. Cold blue sky darkened, unpruned crab apple trees path of monsters with outstretched arms pulling electrically pulsing cables and climbing up and over ancient glacial … Continue Reading SOL18 Not Yet Spring
I’d planned on marching with students today, March 24, 2018 #marchforourlives This sign deserves a pulitzer #marchforourlives (📸 @claremarienyc) pic.twitter.com/9qHcEjbhq6 — Liz Plank The Curve (@feministabulous) March 24, 2018 because … Continue Reading SOL18 Caucus