Category Archives: Babbling

Lessons from Offline

Offline. I didn’t realize how much of my life I live online, as much as I joke about logging into Reality once a day or so, until yesterday when (horror of horrors!!!)  my internet went down…not my router, but ATT’s … Continue reading

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Return to DiLunna by Deborah Cidboy

Deborah Cidboy’s sequel to Tasket: The Passage, teenager Denny and his cross-universe friends have been summoned to DiLunna, a planet in danger of destruction. An evil sorcerer was recently released from a milliennium-old curse. They meet with the Queen and her … Continue reading

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From an Acorn a Big Idea Grows

How can a teacher know what a student does not know ? What can a student be expected to know? Last night I was in a conference with an non-traditional college student, probably about 40 years old or so. The … Continue reading

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In the Still Midwinter: a Christmas Anthology

Five stories of Christmas redemption and revelation–families, strangers, coworkers, and even the dear departed. Queenie’s Christmas– A doll helps a girl and her mom find the spirit of love and giving despite the cold, hard realities of life Cocoa and … Continue reading

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“They don’t stifle enough of them.” –Flannery O’Connor

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“Make it new.” –Ezra Pound

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“A part of themselves that knows what is true.” –Rachel Naomi Remen

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