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Left Out

When I attended graduate school I was taught many different things. Different ideas and ways to think were impressed on me as well. Along the way, morals, beliefs, and political leanings were discussed openly and hashed over. I was taught … Continue reading

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Fall Schedules

There is no sweeter sound to the human ear than the “Bing” of the email announcing the school open-houses. From the news that I can gather from around the country, school is either back in or will be by Monday. … Continue reading

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School is IN Session

School is IN Session! School has started! The beginning of a school year is a busy time for families. We have new braces to start middle school. We have up-to-date shots, new tennis shoes, new hair-cuts, new shorts, new notebooks, … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Polar Vortex

Lessons from a Polar Vortex   We made it to the last day of January. Half-frozen but, we made it. January of 2014 will be the topic of discussion for years to come. Historic lows and snowfall amounts were recorded … Continue reading

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