Category Archives: Teachers

Weird Science

For the past 36 years, in one form or another, I have been a teacher. I began this journey when our now soon-to-be 40 year old son was 4 years old and carried on from there to our two daughters, … Continue reading

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I’m Not Getting Older, I’m Getting Bolder

Remember the old Clairol Loving Care hair color commercial back in 1971? It told women everywhere that if they used hair color they wouldn’t be “getting older” they’d be “getting better.” Obviously women (and men) have to get older, because … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Blessings, Challenges, Change, Christians, Courage, Dads, Fair Skin, Family, Fashion, Freedom, Humor, Husbands, Husbands and Wives, Life, Love, Marriage, Memories, Personalities, Personality Tests, Teachers, Teaching, Tribute, Uncategorized, UPS Store, Words | 7 Comments

There Are Places We Remember, In Our Lives…

Though some have changed… …Some have changed a lot. Fortunately, we still have some men and women from the Greatest Generation to remind us of what was important then. To remind us what is still important now. They are the … Continue reading

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Phoebe and Scrubs

Officially, his name is Oliver. Personally, I call him Scrubs and not for any reason you would probably guess. Like all of us, Scrubs has a beginning; unfortunately, nobody knows what that beginning is. And so, Scrubs’ beginning starts with … Continue reading

Posted in Animals, Attitude, Blessings, Caring, Cat Attitudes, Cats, Children, Christians, Courage, Dog walking, Dogs, Florida, Granddaughters, Growing Up, Humor, Kittens, Life, Names, Teachers, Teaching, Uncategorized, Walking, Yellow Lab and Treeing Walker Coonhound | Leave a comment

Squatty Happens

When I first began teaching, I did an exercise in adjectives with my high school students. They had to go around the room and use two adjectives to describe the person next to them. Of course, they had to be … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Attitude, Bathrooms, Best Friend, Challenges, Children, Discipline, Encouragement, Exercise, Family, Food, Getting Old, Health, Humor, Life, Sisters, Teachers, Teaching, Turning 60, Uncategorized, Walking, Wisdom, Women | 1 Comment

So, I’ve Been Noticing…The Home Version

We have all of us been mostly in the house for quite some time now. I don’t know about you, but I’ve started noticing things, Cliff and I both have. Some things one or the other of us have been … Continue reading

Posted in Bathroom remodels, Bathrooms, Cell Phones, Change, Children, Cleaning, Coffee, Family, Flooring, Home, Home Improvements, Humor, Husbands, Husbands and Wives, Life, Mugs, Shower stalls, Tea, Teachers, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Do You Hear What I Hear?

I don’t really understand technology. I admit it. I can find my way around my laptop. I can order things on Amazon, much to my husband’s dismay. I can play a few games on my phone. And, being a teacher … Continue reading

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I Am Not 600 Years Old…

I only look that way sometimes. Okay, a few weeks ago I announced, “Well, I’m 60 Now”¬†and I am. However, towards the bottom of that post I said, “And so began my grand entrance into my 60th decade.” Oops. I … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Attitude, Blogging, Challenges, Decades, Discipline, Fairy Blog Mothers, Family, Friends, Getting Old, Growing Up, High School, Humor, Life, Math, Students, Teachers, Teaching, Turning 60, Uncategorized | 1 Comment