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India and Innovation

Last week, I traveled to India as part of a school accreditation team. Accreditations can be one of the most useful professional development opportunities out there, because days are spent studying a school through different lenses – often lenses rarely employed in our everyday school lives. 252 more words

Teaching And Learning Blog

How to Get Answers to Your Prayers

Andy and Susan Lepper were in town this weekend!  The last time we saw them was clear back in April when they came to speak to our church about their children’s home in Alwar, Rajasthan in the country of India.  875 more words


Kerala in South India: A Separate, Gentle Place

Because I know North India so well, South India stunned me. All the usual images of India – camels, turbans, the Taj Mahal, tattered beggars on crowded streets, women pulling sheer scarves across their faces – these are all northern. 1,236 more words


Train-ed in India!

Right from childhood, travel by train has been an integral part of my vacation; so much so that I dislike traveling by air on my leisure time – the longer the time to get the destination and back, the better. 661 more words

You are what you eat

For three weeks, my yoga student “Cathy” did a detoxifying dietary cleanse. She followed the bestseller Clean, by Alejandro Junger, and eliminated caffeine, sugar, gluten grains, dairy, soy, eggs, red meat, nightshades, alcohol, and specific fruits, including oranges, strawberries, and bananas. 579 more words


Playing heaps of jolly deck games

Union Castle Line R.M.S Kenilworth Castle
at sea  Oct 21st. 1914

My dear old Elsie

It is just sun rise – 5.15 am. a curious time to be writing letters you will say but I am Officer of the Watch tonight and have been keeping vigil. 803 more words

1/5 Somersets


Can u see m there in the sky

Flying high n higher

Reaching to clouds ,talking to rain

Why u made all our efforts in vain… 109 more words