Monthly Archives: September 2012

Meditation: Feel Brand New Each Morning!

Mornings have always been special for me since childhood. Many times I have marveled at the gentle coming of light which is available to us each day. Good food teamed up with the morning panorama to energize my day. For … Continue reading

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Meditation: Focus on the Cobweb

Musings about finding acceptance and peace at church while focusing on a cobweb: Life sometimes gives us assignments–long term projects as it were–to teach us of peace and other values. A number of years ago my husband and I were … Continue reading

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Meditation: Life as Freefall

At the moment when our umbilical cord is cut, we find ourselves falling, falling, falling to who knows where. Our calling may be to come to our senses and center ourselves amidst the constant input fleeting by on all sides–at … Continue reading

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Teacher Tips Poems: If It’s Monday I Have a Tummyache

Monday-itis Alone time school really wasn’t so good. I never even began to think I could. ——- Ever since that time, on Monday morn I do everything I can my school to scorn. ——– I’m always just a bit sick … Continue reading

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Teach with the Book How Spider Saved Easter

This tender social story uses scenarios to show Spider ending up at a party, making the best of a bad fall, and saving the day for his friend Ladybug. The wealth of pastels in this fascinating book pulls the Easter-time … Continue reading

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Teaching Tips Poem: Why I Don’t Dig the Borderline Jig

A bit of angst thinking of the kiddoes who haven’t had enough absolute failure to get help. Yet if they could have had assistance much earlier, the damage to their fragile hearts could be prevented. Why I Don’t Dig the … Continue reading

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Teaching Tips Poem: Education A La Carte

I wrote this one day when I was seeing too many specialists and not enough “real people” in a child’s school atmosphere. Such moments of frustration and discouragement motivated extra efforts on my part. I’m tired of serving education a … Continue reading

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