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Girls Ready to Giddy Up? Be Not Afraid!

Good morning, girlies! I’m back hanging with Moses in Deuteronomy this morning, nearing the end of our BSF study time for the year, and I couldn’t resist sharing with y’all a word of encouragement from God. 332 more words

Sonlight Inspiration

Summer Plans

So I have two more class meetings of BSF and then I have, basically, 16 weeks of summer break. Last year, I wanted to get a bunch of stuff done, but just having extra people in our house was so stressful to me that I only managed to do, well, nothing, really. 376 more words

Following Christ

Prayer Requests for Week of April 19th, 2015

Hey all,

Please post any requests for prayer in the comment section below or email them to me (atozmom.wordpress@gmail.com) and I’ll be happy to get them posted! 26 more words


High on Spirits: Attari-Wagah Border

If you want a high dose of patriotism, do watch the beating retreat ceremony that takes place each and every day at Wagah Border.

For those who have no clue what I am talking about, here is a little background. 519 more words


Woi Amritsar

It was day 10 of our trip and the thought of a drive felt wearisome since we had clubbed both Himachal Pradesh and a little bit of Punjab making our travel schedule really hectic but then driving endlessly in the backdrop of picturesque mountains and plush green and golden fields of wheat and poplar, felt both liberating and exciting to see newer places, people and perspective, creeping into me a sense of inquisitiveness about the vivid chapters in the journey of life letting me turn the pages of the world around. 2,392 more words

Travel Treads

The Difficult Conversation by @TeacherToolkit

This is a blog about leadership-appraisal (and coaching and mentoring). How would you conduct a difficult conversation? 1,510 more words

School Leadership

Article of the Week: Borderlands by Kai Friese

The beginning of the article is capable of challenging Tolstoy’s “All happy families are alike.”

ALL NATIONAL BORDERS ARE IMAGINARY. But some are more imaginary than others.

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