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Hello Friends. If you’ve been by the Monday Blog for the last couple of weeks, you know I’m talking about gratitude and being thankful this month. Monday #11 was the post following Hurricane Sandy and included a lovely prayer by … Continue reading
This weekend I met Madelyn Kane. She is the aunt of a close friend of mine and we visited her yesterday at her Poconos home. Madelyn, or “Aunt Maddi,” splits her time between the Poconos, Brooklyn and Del Ray Beach … Continue reading
Last week, the NY Times ran an article about the introduction of electronic “clickers” in groups and classrooms, as a replacement for the traditional raising of hands. The article was actually more about how the usage of clickers can be useful … Continue reading
Last week I met a friend in New York City for a day of walking and talking in the Big Apple. We hadn’t seen each other in almost a decade and so our day was full of lively conversation as … Continue reading
These days we spend a lot of time, in our lives and in our schools, trying to figure out how to focus. From what I can tell, we seem to be very worried that our multi-tasking and multi-media are going … Continue reading