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Hello, dear digital readers. I write today to say goodbye. This is not a tragic goodbye the likes of Romeo and Juliet; this is a goodbye without the tone of weariness and resignation of Frost’s “Birches”. If you weren’t meant to be born a few centuries ago (like me) and... Continue reading
Posted Jan 29, 2014 at Capstone Connect
It’s currently somewhere in the negative-whatever temperatures in Minnesota, as if the number even matters when you drop below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, let alone below zero. It’s cold—nevermind the number. It’s also a New Year, which means that people have set resolutions, many of which tend to be regulated by... Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2014 at Capstone Connect
If you’re somebody who’s anybody, you read last week’s post from me about the concept of reading resolutions. If you’re really somebody who’s anybody, you not only read the post, but proceeded to set a reading resolution yourself. If you are truly my kindred spirit, you set a resolution that... Continue reading
Posted Dec 18, 2013 at Capstone Connect
Every year, I am inevitably one of those sorry souls who cannot seem to keep a resolution. 2010 was the year of failed flossing (disgusting, I know…). 2011 was surely the year that I would ditch that Diet Coke habit. 2012 held promises of weight loss and fulfilling wanderlust. In... Continue reading
Posted Dec 11, 2013 at Capstone Connect
I'd like to introduce Heidi Pinder as myON's guest blogger this week. Heidi is a myON Cadre member and she works to introduce and discuss myON in her school, Swenke Elementary in Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District (TX). What's more, Heidi is also a teacher at Swenke, which means that her... Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2013 at Capstone Connect
I’ve always been too awkward for those icebreaker games. You know those games you play on the first day of summer camp or at a meeting or retreat. I dread those five little words: “Split into groups of three…” I know what’s coming: awkward trust falls, two truths and a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 27, 2013 at Capstone Connect
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Nov 20, 2013