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So…feeling a bit melancholy this morning…

I have a memory of one of my Dev Psych students telling me how nuts and insane they thought Rebecca Bunch is…Id just been diagnosed… 150 more words

Are You a Sucker for Butter, Like Me?


Yes, that’s our humble new abode, our brand new web site devoted to baking, cooking, and the beautiful life.

What have we got for you at… 153 more words


Today Was a Good Day, Thank You: 10.14.2018

Good Evening.

Today was a good day. Today was an awesome day. Today was a road trip day. Today was a chilly day. Today saw the first sign of snow day. 263 more words

Journal Entry

Unpacking TPACK...

Gómez, M. (2015). When Circles Collide: Unpacking TPACK Instruction in an Eighth-Grade Social Studies Classroom. Computers in the Schools, 32(3/4), 278–299.

Coming into teaching from a graduate program in anthropology where the concern was not on how to teach but on how to research, the idea of evaluating the knowledge needed to effectively teach much less teach with technology is novel to this author.  525 more words


I am Grateful for: October 14, 2018

I am Grateful for:

  • I am grateful for Planned road trips
  • I am grateful for spontaneous road trips
  • I am grateful for days that I can spend with my roommate…
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Wanting to Pass Away with Little to No Difficulties

Faced with the trials of life and death, making the choice on DNR, translated…

Early that morn, my friend came to my door, told me, with full fatigue, “We’d, decided on no resuscitation.” 755 more words

Experiences Of Life