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Kids Just Never Listen!

Actually, in Mtuseni’s case I should say that adults never listen. One thing that made guiding him in the early years easy and enjoyable was that he listened dutifully to everything I said and (usually) acted accordingly. 678 more words

Finding Your Eye in the Storm

Wow wow wow. I have intended to start this blog post for about three months now, but between graduating from college and several other significant life changes, I have just now gotten the chance to sit down in front of my computer to spew my thoughts. 923 more words


My Transition Activities

Two weeks ago, I had ‘Move Up Morning’ with my Year 4 class. Next Monday and Tuesday I also have the pleasure of being with them just prior to the summer holidays. 900 more words

Classroom Practice

The Domino's Effect

Not actually encountered any straightforward prejudice or downright ignorance for a good while. So was a little under prepared and unguarded when it happened out of the blue on Thursday while out shopping. 229 more words


Being Imperfect.

I kind of like being imperfect.

To be imperfect means to: ” be flawed,  someone  blemished or broken.  many  think often there is an embarrassment  or shame to being flawed, but it’s not a bad thing at  all.  249 more words


It Came To Pass

The cycle of seasons that we experience here in the Midwest is one of the main reasons I stay. The vigor of summer fades into the varied red, gold, and yellow hues of autumn before the white blanked of winter is pulled up tight under the landscape’s chin. 394 more words

Life Lessons

Natural Deep Conditioners Using Household Products

When I first decided to go natural, I had this idea that I was going to have to buy all these high end hair products for my hair to go back to its natural state. 440 more words

Hair Care