I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
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Category Archives: teaching
The top image is the news release about a class I was teaching at the Senior Center a few years ago. The second, below, was the first page of my teaching plans. It was an eight week course. It was … Continue reading
Too stressed for mind control so I’m trying for some fun today. I’ve been clearing old records. I found a little song I wrote to be sung to the tune of You Are My Sunshine. Take some time to enjoy … Continue reading
After my post yesterday where I berated monster movies along with current real life horror stories, I decided I needed to say more. There is a trend in recent years to clean up Fairy Tales by removing the witches, giants, … Continue reading
WHAT DO YOU TEACH? “Oh,” you reply, “I’m not a teacher.” I say, “Yes, indeed, you are.” For example the guys in the picture are teaching each other how to cheat the boss, how to not tattle, how to be … Continue reading
Follow carefully and you will see why I am such a good teacher. I posted this in 2014 and had several likes but only two or three of you were with me then. I enjoyed it too much to pass … Continue reading
THE PARTY’S OVER! And I’m back to normal—good enough for me. I’ll try not to take advantage of my “eighties” excuses. I worried that my huff, bluff, and fluff which included the “ranting about me” might be more than I … Continue reading
NOTE: This was written in November ’14, for a speech in Toastmaster Club because in my last speech I had been rounded criticized, deservedly so, for saying “you know” excessively. So just for fun, I tried to offer this excuse. … Continue reading
A MOTTO FOR TEACHERS—Sunday teachers and week-day teachers, from Thes. 5:14 “warn those who are idle (KJ unruly), encourage the timid, help the weak, be patient with everyone. Be sure that nobody pays back wrong for wrong, but always try … Continue reading
This was a big payoff for my time spent looking for Sammy’s birth certificate, which turned out to be in his bedroom! Anyway, I found this memory – somewhat of a victory for me from my 8th grade reading lab, … Continue reading