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Mr. Mainline: tribute

Andy and I were perhaps not a full generation apart, but we surely came from different worlds. He didn’t care about that.

It wasn’t that he didn’t care about things, he just didn’t care how old I was or where I came from. 284 more words


"The garden is getting healthier! It's growing muscles!"

All student scientists have been using their senses this year to observe changes taking place around our garden laboratory. Kindergarteners in particular have been honing in on practicing their five senses during our class times. 526 more words

Power of Touch

Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.

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My Life


As knuckles knead my

tingling scalp, suds draw the

tension down the drain.

My Life

What do you see?

How do you know that the sky is blue?

Most people would say that they have seen it with their own eyes.

Look at this famous introduction to psychology picture: what do you see? 298 more words


Where is Sound?

Right now, I’m working on what’s turning out to be something that resembles a chapter (maybe even the first┬áchapter of my project!) arguing that the persistent value of the print book reading experience and the analog writing experience stems from investment in a particular kind of multi-sensory experience that emerges from print writing technology. 624 more words