A Picture Worth 1000 Words or More…

It was the last day of the grading period, leading into a four day weekend. We had gone outside for our end-of-day recess. Two of my students brought a flower to give to me and I placed it on my nametag. Little did I know at that time, that might have been our last dayContinue reading “A Picture Worth 1000 Words or More…”

A shared reading: 7 Surprising Ways COVID-19 Is Changing the Way You Think

If you are like most people, the COVID-19 virus has you stressed out, even if you are not sick. You may feel tired, worried, apathetic, anxious, frustrated, depressed, or afraid. You may even be angry or disgusted because you think some people aren’t taking the pandemic seriously enough, while others are being overzealous and unnecessarily panicked. You might believe that theContinue reading “A shared reading: 7 Surprising Ways COVID-19 Is Changing the Way You Think”

Daily Readings for Sunday, March 22nd

Meditation for the Day You cannot have a spiritual need that God cannot supply. Your fundamental need is a spiritual need, the need of power to live the good life. The best spiritual supply is received by you when you want it to pass on to other people. You get it largely by giving itContinue reading “Daily Readings for Sunday, March 22nd”

Working from Home – Day Two – Friday, March 20th

My second day of working from home began early this morning, with a video meeting with our school superintendent. He shared the latest information on what the schools were doing in preparation for the upcoming weeks of at-home learning. Another meeting was held early this afternoon with our grade level teachers from across the system.Continue reading “Working from Home – Day Two – Friday, March 20th”