I've been told that I'm fickle. And not by strangers, but by people who really know me and swear to me that they care for me. So, I suppose I need to think about this a bit, painful as it will be. Let's start with a definition. Fickle - adj. Characterized by erratic changeableness or instability, … Continue reading I’m not Fickle. I’m a Kangaroo with Sticky Feet.
Hundreds of help sites exist for teachers trying to integrate technology into their practice and their students' experiences. With a grateful heart to the many who have allowed me to lurk and learn, I am offering my help site to others. As with all learning experiences, it is a work in progress. I am trying … Continue reading Serving Others Online
var linkwithin_site_id = 563873; http://www.linkwithin.com/widget.js Like most expectant moms, I put a lot of thought into naming my two boys. Names are very important labels, offering insight and credibility to a child if carefully chosen. And, in my line of thinking, the name is important because my child's name would be something I would say … Continue reading Picking Wiki: Would you chose such a name?
var linkwithin_site_id = 563873; http://www.linkwithin.com/widget.js My six-year old son has made it perfectly clear to me that he thinks being small is a drag. When we discussed this catastrophic situation I discovered that John David's biggest concern is really what his friends might think about him. According to my little fellow, car seats, plastic mattress … Continue reading Thoughts on Growing…
Normally I am saddened when someone for whom I care passes away. As I mark time, I'm noticing exponential growth of my sad list. My brother, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and even friends have made their way to my list. But this weekend I began a new list. I'll call it my "wow, what a life" … Continue reading My “Wow, What a Life” List