Yes, time keeps on slipping, slipping, slipping into the future as Steve Miller so eloquently sings to us. Here it is … three days into February, 2019 and I feel a bit overwhelmed with the loss of time. In an article by Matthew Jones, he listed 20 brutal truths about life that no one wants
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What else have I learned you ask? Day 5 – I learned that several people can read the same book and have such different opinions about it. The book in particular is The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood. Some readers felt so creeped out by it they put it aside with no desire to
Book Review | Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar I loved this book when I read it last year and when I reread it last week, I sat in admiration for the words of insight, kindness and advice offered by Cheryl Strayed. She offers advice in a no holds barred
Sometimes when you least expect it there’s a story that takes you by surprise and captivates you. This book, When the World Came to Town: 9/11 in Gander Newfoundland by Jim Defede did that for me. This story detailed the events that happened in Gander, Newfoundland after the World Trade Center bombing in NYC on 9/11. Do
One of the best books I’ve read in a long time is called Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith. It was at the library and looked worthy which is how I decided to check it out. What I found out later was that was written by JK Rowling.
I decided to make a top ten list of my favorites books that I read in 2014. I have a list of all the books I read on my page 52 Books in 52, so it will be easy to remember which I read. Deciding which were my favorites is going to be the challenge.
I am sitting in a cabin in the Rocky Mountains and when I look to the right the clouds are sitting on the mountains and it looks like a storm is rolling in. When I look to the left the sky is blue and sun is shining on the mountain tops. I like the look
For me it’s about learning and sharing what I’ve learned. I missed my calling to be a teacher so instead became a trainer. Working with adults and watching them ‘get it’ when a concept clicks is a wonderful experience. I’ve found people learn best when they can ask questions in a safe environment, knowing their
This is my deal – there is so much to learn, so much to know, so much to share that when I find some tidbit, I just want to write about it so you can benefit from my words. One may call me a teacher, a trainer, an educator and yes – I am all
I watched a documentary this past weekend titled, A Small Act. It’s a story about a woman who donated $15 on a quarterly basis to a young Kenyan boy named Chris Mburu. That money helped to pay for Chris to attend grammar and secondary school, eventually leave his village and attend Harvard Law. His role