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About grantutor

Career educator in both public and private schools. Has tutored all ages. Writes about education, parenting, & seniors. Sings harmony with folk/rock group and a choir. Caregiver for spouse who dealt with Stage IV cancer. Happy person committed to nature and conservation of a green world.

Honeysuckle Air: Dedication, Epilogue and End Page

-DEDICATION to my two sons and their wonderful families–where I have found love and support across the years. to my late brother, Orman Earl and my late sister Marjory Carol, who gave me a sense of family with our little … Continue reading

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Of These My Children: Divine Revolution

My life as a teacher has been blessed with my students over many years. They show me kindness, healing and nurturing and sometimes even some new words. Mondays bring reports of their family’s weekend activities. One gal said, “Our church … Continue reading

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Presentation: Cliff Notes on The Mueller Report

Cliff Notes on the Mueller Report Hello, I’m Hildra Tague. I grew up in the midwest and raised my family in the South. I was always taught to be honest but also to be polite. I can say it doesn’t … Continue reading

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Of These My Children: Expecting Danger

Teaching has been my great honor in life–especially in this small private school which emphasized green living, the basics, and kindness before it was fashionable. In Social Studies the students learn about history and their world. The guys especially love … Continue reading

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Honeysuckle Air Meditation: Beans for College

My mother hadn’t made it home yet on the bus from the Woolworth store across town where she worked, so I started laying out some things to help with supper. I was about 16 years old and looking toward the … Continue reading

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Honeysuckle Air: Preface

This book is kinda like my life. It goes in fits and spurts–connected only by the cytoplasm of my experiences and passion. I share them as vignettes, moments here and there, which go together to paint a picture of my … Continue reading

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Honeysuckle Air: The Pickle Money

It was time to move, to retire, to simplify my life in order to be a full-time 24/7 caregiver for my hubby. My house was on the market and I had found a fine condo in Florida, close to a … Continue reading

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