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 … Continue reading Reconnecting with My High School Teacher

The Future Begins with Steps to Education

"The potential of things to come" is the theme of the weekly photo challenge depicting the  Future. Walking from my classroom on campus a few months ago, I was intrigued by the way the stairs looked on this overcast day. These stairs lead from the east edge of the university campus to the bike trail and … Continue reading The Future Begins with Steps to Education

Weekend Coffee Share: In Which I Find Harmony

It has really been a long time since I shared a post for Weekend Coffee Share. I have missed having coffee with you all. Let’s take a nice coffee break and catch up! If we were having coffee I would ask you what does it take to find harmony in our lives? When we think … Continue reading Weekend Coffee Share: In Which I Find Harmony

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 … Continue reading Weekend Coffee Share: In the Middle

Perspectives On…Retirement, Part 3: Empty Work Spaces

It is 1:00 pm on Tuesday, December 16th. I have 4 working days left. I have packed up a few more things from my office. I have deleted REALLY OLD files and saved others on a shared drive. I have taken all my personal items down from the walls. It really feels like someone has … Continue reading Perspectives On…Retirement, Part 3: Empty Work Spaces