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Another day & Teach on with those Interview Skills, Sister

Another week 6 has come and gone.  Interview Skills.  An opportunity to open minds and create job-winners.

The key is the first slide … which contains this photo. 398 more words


4 tricks to improving your English without a teacher!

(photo credit here)

Don’t let this photo fool you , it’s not that difficult!  But the truth is that these tricks are really for people who have done some kind of English course somewhere along the way, but well….life got in the way and now you are trying to brush up on it again but just don’t have the time. 352 more words


10 books that have stuck with me

list 10 books that have stayed with you in some way. They do not have to be the “right” books or great works of literature, just ones that have affected you in some way.  1,654 more words


Regionalism and Gender Roles in Freeman's "Revolt of 'Mother'"

During her time, Mary Wilkins Freeman wrote about the social injustice in American society. She incorporated many influences from her daily life into her writing. Realism at this time was a popular style of writing used by many authors and local color was a small facet of realism. 584 more words


Life in the USA (inglés y español!)

Hispanic Heritage month started September 15th here in the U.S. with the Independence Days of five Central American countries (including Honduras) and then Mexico. I thought I would share a few stories and thoughts on Latino culture and immigrants over the next four weeks here in my blog. 450 more words

Central America

When I Say "I Love You"

You once told me that no one knows what love is anymore.
I think I’ve figured it out.
Love is unselfish.
Love is putting the other person above yourself. 165 more words

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When I grow up ...

Those words roll off my tongue often and I smile every time.  It’s not that I see myself as a child, even a teen, or a twentysomething … but I am a woman with a lot of dreams.   322 more words