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While I’ve been enjoying my Monday sabbatical, I will tell all of you, my dear readers, that I do miss you and I’ve so appreciated all the messages I’ve gotten from all of you saying that you miss me. My father … Continue reading
I am excited to tell you that my colleague, Deb Barends, and I have finalized our plans for this year’s third annual Summer Creativity Institute! This dynamic two day event will be held Wednesday and Thursday, August 7-8, 2013 at Little … Continue reading
I have a high school junior right now and so my life is filled with college talk. I often find myself thinking back to my own pre-college time these days and trying to remember, what did I want to do with … Continue reading
Last week Hurricane Sandy ravaged my home state of New Jersey, along with other mid Atlantic states, on its path toward the northern midwest. Entire coastal cities have been devastated, even destroyed, by wind and water, thousands of trees have … Continue reading
As someone who does a number of events like school programs, presentations and art shows, I get the question, Where are you from?, quite a bit. In the beginning I had some trouble with this question because, like so many … Continue reading
Once upon a time there was a rock. This is just one story of the rock. It had tumbled through through the ocean for millions of miles, and billions of years, to land on the shore somewhere between… …the sky… … Continue reading