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My childhood bestie posted this on Facebook yesterday… and it wasn’t even Throwback Thursday! I don’t have any recollection of this photograph but she remembers it down to what I did that day… “It was so fun seeing these pics … Continue reading
I’ll be 45 years old this year and, for the most part, my close circle of friends is what it is. Many of those I’m closest to are friendships cultivated from college and my work. The majority of them, … Continue reading
Last week I attended the third, annual event, The Creative Path Arts in Healing Coalition Conference in Montclair, NJ sponsored by the Healing Arts department of the Morristown Medical Center. This is truly an amazing organization that is doing really important work, … 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