Monthly Archives: June 2014

Mid-June Thoughts on Education

I can tell that it is mid-June because I’m rested enough to begin thinking about teaching again.  It takes me a couple of weeks to get over the rush of May. I must be recovering because this morning I find … Continue reading

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Summer is for Grisham

I have always loved classic stories, especially the children’s variety.  I mean, come on, my grandchildren call me “Marmee.”  The list of more advanced classics I had read when I began teaching at Caldwell was not very long.  I’d taken … Continue reading

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Dealing with Evil

This summer our high school is trying something new: we’re all reading the same scripture.  We have thirty-five passages to read from both the Old and the New Testaments.  There’s a four-year cycle and the hope is to hit all … Continue reading

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Race Report

“Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize?  Run in such a way as to get the prize.”  I Corinthians 9:24 Well, it’s over.  The thing I’ve been working toward … Continue reading

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Holding On

This morning I ran my last two miles before the race on Saturday.  I took my iPod to work with me yesterday so I could have some music while I cleaned, dusted, and packed up my room.  Things were kind … Continue reading

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