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Ask Opposite to Ensure Understanding

Have you ever asked for directions by guessing which way you should go and been confirmed by the person you were asking only to find out later you were both completely wrong? 294 more words

Local Knowledge


They veer towards me,
drawn, irresistibly,
by something they see,
something imaginary;
something they think
they see, within me.
It does not exist, 311 more words


Giving Directions in the Real World - An idea to get your students speaking outside of the classroom

Last week one of my Pre-Intermediate adult students asked if I could teach some expressions for asking for directions. Another chimed in, “Yeah, and then can we go outside and practice?” I’d been thinking about doing something like that for a while, and but that student’s idea gave me the push I needed to finally create these worksheets to help take language outside: 356 more words


Day 34: I am a rock

Prompt: Is it easy for you to ask for help when you need it, or do you prefer to rely only on yourself? Why?

As someone who prides herself on her ability to be independent, I am a fervent believer of the idea that we should all work to achieve our goals with our own hands. 281 more words

365 Project

Looking Lost

I recently made my first trip to Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati. I was there to be with a young friend of mine who was having surgery. 177 more words

Christian Living

On the Road with Diabetes

Lately I’ve been on the road a lot. Which is a way I love to be! I love the adventure of navigating a new place. I like to go at it without a GPS (which is good since I don’t own one) and ask for directions as many times as possible from as many different people as I can. 625 more words

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Added Value

The following is a reprint of an article I wrote for the TasteBuds local food guide in Chattanooga last year. This week, I received a very nice note from some Iowa folks who picked up a copy while passing through the area recently and were moved by the piece, so I thought maybe others would enjoy reading it as well. 1,479 more words