Meeting my high school teacher 38 years later

Reconnecting with My High School Teacher

Who was your favorite high school teacher? Mine was Mrs. Myrra Lee, of Helix High School in La Mesa, California, a suburb of San Diego. Through an odd, but emotional set of circumstances, I discovered Mrs. Lee  was celebrating her 90th birthday in San Diego in July 2016, and her family posted an open invitation on Facebook to…

Bright red leaf colors peak in mid-November

Weekend Coffee Share: In the Middle

If we were having coffee, I would tell you that here, in the middle of November, I am smack-dab in the middle of several different projects. How would you like your hot beverage today? I’m still all about the pumpkin spice-flavored coffee. What am I in the middle of, you ask? First, the master bedroom…

Entrance to Art Building Sacramento State U

Dare to Enter: Thursday Doors

I recently discovered a fun, weekly photography event called “Thursday Doors” hosted by Norm 2.0. This is my first post and I am excited to present: …the art room door at Sacramento State University. The campus has a variety of interesting doors, but many are of the “government-issue” variety, complete with the double glass doors.…

College Notebooks

Education Page

While blogging, I have happily met several bloggers who are educators, whether they are elementary school teachers, middle school or high school teachers, university professors, or part-time lecturers like myself. We all have something in common: passion for teaching, mentoring and educating young people and adults. I created an education page for my blog. Please…

Students-at-Ropes-Course

Mentoring for Success

As a university educator, I have the honor and privilege of shaping the minds of young adults. My retirement from public service required that I take one semester off from teaching. I realize how much I miss being on campus with adults seeking education for their future careers. My daughter is in her final semester…