faithhopeLOVE

In a book that contains some pretty great wisdom, there is a passage that says that three things will last forever: faith, hope and love.  And of the three, the greatest is love.  I think that the reasoning behind this, is because with love the other two are much easier to locate and sustain.  It isn’t that difficult to find people who have faith and/or hope and yet seem to have very little love in their hearts.  But it has […]

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Class of 2010

“I can’t give you a brain, but I can give you… a diploma.”   L. Frank Baum put those words into the mouth of the wizard as he addressed the plucky scarecrow whose main concern in life was that he wasn’t smart enough.  Along with scads of other students around the nation, my oldest child will walk-the-walk in a few days to collect her high school diploma, closing one door and opening yet another a few days after that.  Some […]

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Happy Dr. Seuss Day!

March 2nd is the birthday of Theodor Geisel (better know as Dr. Seuss) and it is also National Read Across America Day created by the National Education Association. As far as holidays go, it’s mighty high up on the totem pole of excitement for me.  The NEA sponsors school and community events across the nation to inspire children to read and there is nothing like a healthy dose of Dr. Seuss to get kids (and adults) excited about reading.   […]

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