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Death By Cliche´

Even though I lived my adult life as an English teacher, I’m not usually picky about how other people use or misuse language.  I never correct people’s grammar and truth be told, was never much of a grammarian. 806 more words

Humor

A little Kumbaya

In last week’s post, I wrote, “We are all in this together.” Sunday. Trying to get home, to work, to somewhere other than where we are, Grand Rapids. 425 more words

Faith

Everything You Need to Know About Managing People: Q & A with Karlyn Borysenko #SHRM18

SHRM18 is right around the corner! Of course by around the corner I mean three months away. But it’s never to soon to start checking out the agenda and trying to plan at least half of the sessions you want to attend. 1,585 more words

Human Resources

Strictly Alphabetical (February 12, 2018, Columbia, Missouri)

I was all over the map yesterday, and today’s action-packed, so am simply using a time-honored method to bring order to my musical wandering:

Ain’t That the Way… 269 more words

Listening Diary

About That Song You’ve Heard, Kumbaya

About That Song You’ve Heard, Kumbaya The old spiritual sung around campfires will be performed plenty during Black History Month, especially in the Georgia community that claims it as its own. http://ift.tt/2H22sAF

About That Song You’ve Heard

About That Song You’ve Heard, Kumbaya

About That Song You’ve Heard, Kumbaya The old spiritual sung around campfires will be performed plenty during Black History Month, especially in the Georgia community that claims it as its own. http://ift.tt/2H22sAF

About That Song You’ve Heard

About That Song You’ve Heard, Kumbaya

About That Song You’ve Heard, Kumbaya The old spiritual sung around campfires will be performed plenty during Black History Month, especially in the Georgia community that claims it as its own. http://ift.tt/2H22sAF

About That Song You’ve Heard