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A Little Karma

This all happened over the last seven days. The other day I was coming down a neighborhood road about a mile from my house on my return trip from work.  As I came to the stoplight, I saw a police … Continue reading

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A Moment in the Day

Teaching fifth graders this time of year can be, how do I say it….challenging.  Hormones, Spring Fever, middle-schoolitis along with the pending summer vacation make for a perfect storm of preteen angst and surliness.  I’ve been lucky this year because … Continue reading

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Teachers and Teaching

I married a teacher. The fact that she loved children and wanted to make a difference made her extremely attractive to me (there were other attributes of course). For most of her teaching career she taught special needs students. I … Continue reading

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Pedaling My Cares and Pounds Away

Special Note:  If you want to read a better written and more eloquent blog on bike riding, then visit my friend, Steven’s blog at: http://www.stevenkaminski.blogspot.com/ I had a tough week!! I know my tough week isn’t like someone who is … Continue reading

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Are We Too Hard on Each Other?

Before you read any further you probably know the answer. Heck… YES!! I mean I think we are WAY too quick to criticize and second guess each other. It’s a terrible disease to have; the disease of constantly being critical … Continue reading

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