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What's My Name?

I have a new name. It’s a name that I am not particularly proud of but am partially to blame for.

As a parent there are, I’m finding out, a lot of lessons and explanations that you have to pass on to your kids: being truthful, having good manners, showing others respect, rooting for the Chicago Bears rather than a good football team, just to give a few examples. 686 more words

Humor

The legacy of Umar Bin Khattab rd (part 1)

All praise is due to Allah swt, the lord of the worlds and may His peace and blessings be upon His final prophet and messenger, Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم. 1,633 more words

Using the 5E’s Instructional Framework to Implement the NGSS in Your Classroom

This blog was published in the August edition of Science Connection published by the Kentucky Department of Education

http://education.ky.gov/comm/Documents/Science%20Connection%20August%202014.pdf

I appreciate national science standards because they articulate a set of clear, consistent and challenging goals for science achievement for all students.   610 more words

The Darkhorse Evolution pt 2..The showdown!!!

 

 

Ore grabbed me, turned me around and from the corner of my eyes, I saw Chidinma’s smile fade. I quickly did a “Father, into your hands do I commit my soul” prayer in my heart. 1,103 more words

Diary Of A Dark Horse

FEAR

I have been thinking a lot about fear lately. Not primal fears. I could care less about heights, snakes, spiders or sharks. No, I have been thinking about the more insidious fears that cripple people. 373 more words

Life

The 31 Secrets My 20's Taught Me About Life

1. There will always come a point when I wonder what I ever saw in him anyway. It’s best to lift my chin, pull my shoulders back, and dance until my eyes are brighter than ever. 1,241 more words

Relocation Complete!

I’m officially in Irvine, CA, and accepting students for voice, piano, and composition lessons! Please get in touch with your interest, and remember: referrals are always appreciated!

Thanks, and see you soon!