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Month: October 2012

Abstract Art

My former daughter-in-law is quite an artist.  She can barely see, yet she turns out, what I think are absolutely beautiful paintings.  I was talking to my new blogging friend […]
Abstract Art

This is a perfect way to teach geography to young-ish children. If you teach social studies – you’ve got to start with geography – so I’ve been told!!! When you […]

One-Eyed Charlie

Every history teacher wants to pretend to be someone in history, I think.  I had my shot at it for a fourth grade event called Butterfield Stage Days in Porterville, CA. […]
One-Eyed Charlie

The Hilarity of Real Spam

Both Sex Gratis and Tattoo Age need to work a little on their persuasive writing skills. as well as their language usage.  Maybe that is why the Common Core standards […]

GMC Motorhome

My husband and I were just talking about this motor home today, lamenting that we didn’t have any pictures of it.  Yesterday I downloaded all my Tulare County pictures off […]
GMC Motorhome

Jury Duty

I’m retired two months, and the court has my number.  “No worries,” I think to myself.  I was the coordinator of Mock Trial for our county.  I know TOO many […]
Jury Duty

Spam and Stats

Just a quick post tonight, but funny considering my spam troubles.  I’m almost afraid to write comments anymore.  Tonight I had no comments pending, and 4 in MY SPAM file. […]

Marsha Lee

I smiled to myself as I read my comments this morning.  One of my younger new blogging friends called me “Ms. Lee”.  A colleague asked me if I was using […]
Marsha Lee

Stab At Haiku

Thirty-nine hours Face to face blossoms grinning Spring dreams never fade.   Kudzu on phone poles Recalculating again Summer vacations   Autumn reds and golds Birthdays remembered with joy. Reflected […]
Stab At Haiku