Monthly Archives: June 2014

Retired (sort of)

On the bookcase in my study, is a small cardboard box in which my Bible was packed.  I keep small artifacts in the box that are meaningful to me.  There’s my great-grandfather’s pen knife, a baby picture of my father,  … Continue reading

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Goodbye!!

I knew yesterday was going to be a roller coaster of emotions for many reasons.  One,  because it was my last day of teaching – and two because I was saying “goodbye” to my class for the year and three … Continue reading

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A Cup Full of Memories

This morning I sat on the patio with my lovely wife, Lynn, and had breakfast and read the newspaper.  I sipped my Keurig-brewed, Starbucks coffee from my favorite coffee mug; a gift from a young fifth grader I called “Roy.”  … Continue reading

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