Category Archives: Learning

Creative Commons Has Opinions About Your Thanksgiving Clip Art

The other day, a colleague of mine was in search of photos and clip art for a project that went beyond the bounds of the standard “fair use” within education. Teachers are pretty liberal with the “fair use” clause when … Continue reading

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Finding Grace: Morning Walks with Youngest Child

I’m a walker. I love how it’s basically a super easy exercise that gets me outdoors and enjoying the fresh air. Even better, it shakes loose all the tension and packed in thoughts. It gets me working through problems and … Continue reading

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Finding Grace – Family Music Goals

Each year my husband and I challenge our kids to come up with a personal project they’d like to complete – or some kind of goal they’d like to meet – by the end of their summer vacation. We used … Continue reading

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Saturday Summation – 12 December 2015

Bits and pieces of things that caught my eye not only for my own interest, but enough to want to share with you, too…   Reading Stuff: Here it is, one of the latest in publishing innovation – books to … Continue reading

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Words Are All I Have In My Arsenal

And what a weak arsenal that is, sometimes. Certainly I don’t have SWAT gear or anti-terrorism weapons to throw into the unarmed crowd that is my readership, that is my following. I don’t know what to do with what is … Continue reading

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Saturday Summation – 17 May 2014

Bits and pieces of things that caught my eye not only for my own interest, but enough to want to share with you, too… Reading Stuff: “There are times when it is athletic and beautiful and right to make marks … Continue reading

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Five Stars

Recently I filled out a little questionnaire for QueryTracker.net that they send to users who have successfully accepted representation from agents. (If you are curious what QueryTracker.net is all about, jump to the bottom of this post for a moment.*) … Continue reading

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