My students still don’t know what they will never be. Their hope is so bright I can almost see it. I used to value the truth of whether this student or that one would achieve the desired thing. 627 more words
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Ah, Spring. Everywhere I look it’s the force that through the green fuse drives the flower. Nature has sensed the void she’s said to abhor and is filling her incompleteness with trilliums and trout lilies, spidery maple leaves and daphne odora variegata. 475 more words
I’ve hatched a new book! It’s about a chicken named P. Zonka.
But an egg came before this chicken – many eggs.
Every year my sister Jan and her husband Greg have a huge party where we (family and friends) decorate eggs – also called pysanky. 362 more words
I must say, having to write a post every five weeks is getting me out of the house regularly. Each month I look for something to investigate that will fit into the realm of what Books Around The Table discusses (writing, illustration, children’s books, life…). 484 more words