Do you still remember the time we requested for food items for our low-income families?
I had always wanted to go together with the driver to deliver the groceries to the low-income families. 288 more words
After I accepted the job offer from Yale, I began looking for housing remotely, from Michigan. At the time, I had been separated from my son’s father for less than three months, and was not confident about traveling to a new city alone with my 18-month old to look at apartments. 1,416 more words
strange though it may seem at first, the Sustainability Party feature for April is also our first feature of, yes, actually, a sustainable bank… 497 more words
So I’m moving toward dissertation completion when a new article pops up in my alerts…and I’m back to Vårheim again!
I’d like to take a look at a recently published article by Andreas Vårheim: “Trust and the role of the public library in the integration of refugees: The case of a Northern Norwegian city”. 795 more words
If in a city we had six vacant lots available to the youngsters of a certain neighborhood for playing ball, it might be ‘development’ to build houses on the first, and the second, and the third, and the fourth, and even the fifth, but when we build houses on the last one, we forget what houses are for. 12 more words