For great is our reward. 255 more words
You much see Feynman's video at the top and then Victoria's text. ccr
Oliver has three guests for dinner – see story below. 
My Swedish correspondent, bbnewsab, has encouraged me to relate some anecdotes about some of our furry family members. 1,065 more words
My essential question is: How can the school Library Learning Commons foster literacies to empower life-long learners? This question is one of the standards of practice from… 2,363 more words
I lived in London for two years, half my life ago; four decades ago! Almost daily, I devoured elements of Western Civilization -London remains part of me every day – The Tower – The Thames – Parliament – The Old City – The British Museum (my personal temple- I touched The Rosetta Stone!) – Picadilly Circus –Hyde Park- Speaker’s Corner –The West End- The Haymarket-Bow-bell Cockneys-Staying LEFT on the-round-abouts, fish and chips with vinegar, wrapped in newsprint, from a sidewalk vendor, etc – etc. After 45 years - I have never left London!
One of the benefits of being a senior citizen is to have an appreciation, a sense of astonishment. A recognition of our enormous privilege of instant, retrievable, information, communication, reading and writing that we now enjoy. 826 more words
Revised essay for October 2, 2015
Earlier, we introduced a discussion about animals in our lives. The entries were mostly about pets.
Here is a magnum opus on the mind of animals, I have copied it from NYT. 3,250 more words